If your PC won’t connect to the internet, here are some steps you can try to troubleshoot the issue:
1. Restart your modem and router: Disconnect your modem and router, wait a few minutes, and then reconnect them. This can often resolve connectivity issues.
2. Check your network settings: Make sure your PC is connected to the correct network and that the network settings are correct.
3. Check your cables: Ensure that all cables are securely plugged in and not damaged.
4. Reset your network adapters: If you’re using a wired connection, try resetting the network adapter by going to the “Network Connections” folder in the Control Panel and right-clicking on the adapter. Select “Disable” and then “Enable” to reset it. If you’re using a wireless connection, go to the wireless network adapter’s Properties and click on the “Configure” button. Go to the “Power Management” tab and uncheck the box next to “Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.”
5. Check for malware: Run a scan with your antivirus software to make sure your PC isn’t infected with malware that could be causing internet connectivity issues.
6. Contact your internet service provider (ISP): If you’ve tried all these steps and are still having issues, it may be a problem with your ISP. Contact them for assistance.
Use these steps to help you fix your PC’s internet connectivity issues. If you’re still having trouble, it may be helpful to seek the assistance of a professional.