How To Fix WiFi Limited Access Problem In Windows 10

How To Fix WiFi Limited Access Problem In Windows 10:- One of the most frustrating problems regarding Internet is the Limited Access to WiFi Network problem. Why wait for it to solve by itself when we have got the top three solutions stacked up right here for you? Read on, to solve the Limited Access to WiFi Network problem using any one of these three simple methods.

Method 1 : By Changing Wireless Adapter Power Settings

The first method using which you can solve the limited access to WiFi network problem is by changing the wireless adapter power settings. Follow the steps given below to achieve the same.

  • Click on the Windows icon to expand it and then click on the Settings app.



  • When the Settings window opens up, click on the System option.



  • Now from the left pane of the SYSTEM window, find and click on the option that says Power & sleep. Look for the Additional power settings link under Related settings in the right window pane to click on it.



  • A separate window for Power Options opens up. Click on the link that says Change plan settings as shown in the screenshot given below.



  • As next, click on Change advanced power settings link as shown below.



  • Now you get to see the advanced power options. Scroll down and find the entry named Wireless Adapter Settings to expand it. As next, expand the Power Saving Mode entry. For both On battery and Plugged in options, choose the option Maximum Performance from the drop down menus associated with them. Look at the following screenshot if you have any doubts. That’s it, once you are done, click on Apply button and then on OK button.


By Resetting the IP Address Using CMD

If both the above listed solutions could not solve your problem, let’s get to the next one. In this one, we are going to change the IP address using the Command prompt.

  • First of all, open Command Prompt in the administrator mode. For that, start typing cmd into the search box and when the Command Prompt appears in the search results, right click on it and then click on the Run as administrator option.



  • When the Command Prompt¬†with admin rights , when it opens up, type in or copy paste the following command and then hit Enter. That’s it.
netsh winsock reset catalog
netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log


If it does not work then type the command given below

netsh int ip reset

Then reboot the PC.
If still it does not work then type the 4 commands given below

netsh int tcp set heuristics disabled

netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled

netsh int tcp set global rss=enabled

netsh int tcp show global

One of these solutions is sure to solve your problem of limited access to WiFi network. In case you find none of these solutions as working, let us know by leaving comments. We would be happy to help.

By the Reinstallation of WiFi Driver

The first method should solve your problem. If it doesn’t, we always have other options. Go through the following steps to try a different method.

  • Find the This PC icon from your Desktop and right click on it. From the context menu that appears, find and click on Manage option.



  • A new window named Computer Management opens up. From the left window pane, find and click on Device Manager. Find the option named Network adapters in the right window pane and click on it. Now find your network driver and uninstall it by selecting Uninstall option from the right-click context menu.



  • As next,¬†From top menu click on Action and then Scan for hardware changes.



Your driver will get automatically reinstalled.

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