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Networking - Secured, No Internet after resetting Windows 10

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#1 wafflemebutter


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Posted 28 January 2017 - 12:01 AM

I had to reset Windows 10 after having a blue screen saying inaccessible boot drive. I've managed to get back into my desktop, but now I have ran into another problem. I've tried two different wi-fi adapters and ethernet and I get "Secured, No Internet". The internet is working on my other devices so I thought it had to do with me resetting Windows 10. When I use the Windows troubleshooter, it says that I should do a Network Reset, but I've done that and it doesn't work. I have tried reinstalling the drivers and nothing will work. If anyone could give me advice it would be most appreciated.


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Edited by wafflemebutter, 28 January 2017 - 12:28 AM.

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