Every now and then, while turning on your PC equipped with Windows 10, Windows 8 and 7, you might be faced with the following error message “No Internet Secured” while you or your Windows is trying to gain access to an Internet Wi-Fi indicating that Internet access was not available. So, let’s see how to fix this error (most probably a bug related to the IPv6 protocol) with the following simple trick!
- Right click on the Network icon (Internet cable and Internet wifi icon) located at the bottom, right side of your computer desktop.
- Select, from the menu, Open Network and Sharing Center.
- Now, simply click the Change Adapter Settings option that is located under Network and Sharing Center.
- Right click the kind of Internet connection you are using and from the menu click the Properties option.
- From the list, located under the “This connection uses the following items:” locate the Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) and uncheck it to disable IPv6.
- Click OK.
- Restart your PC for the change to take effect.
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