How To Fix When Your PC is Unable to Connect to Network
If you are required to share files with colleagues and family members over an office network or home network instead you get ‘Windows was unable to Connect to Selected Network’ can cause some real frustration. A number of users have complained of this error which doesn’t seem to go on its own after multiple tries involving rebooting the system, checking the internet connection and restarting the whole network. Here are some of the simple and easier to perform steps, which can help in fixing this annoying error.
The first and foremost thing you should be doing perform a basic disable and enable of Wi-Fi Card drivers. Give a right click on the Computer icon and select Properties. Now search for the Device Manager on the top left of the screen and give a click on it. Now navigate to the Network Drivers and give a right click on the Wireless Network adapter and finally click on Disable option.
Wait for 30 seconds then Enable it again. Now try to get connected with you Wi-Fi Network. Hopefully you will get connected with the Wi-Fi as your system has reassessed the network.
If you are still unable to connect with the internet then try the Ping Test. In order to perform the ping test, hold the Windows key and press the letter R key on the keyboard. A Run box will appear on your screen, simply type CMD to start command mode and give a click on OK.
Now type the command: PING google.com. If it offers a successful results, then you can now connect with Wi-Fi network, if not then restart your PC and try the next step.
Repair TCP/IP Stack and it will help in getting the network back in no time. As before hold on to the Windows key and press the letter R key on the keyboard. In the Run box, type cmd and hit the Enter button. Now you should run a number of following commands:
Netsh winsock reset catalog
Netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log
Netsh int ivp6 reset reset reset.log
Finally reboot your PC. Now you will able to get connected to the Wi-Fi network with ease and grace.
Repair the Network issues by troubleshooting the problems on your own. Give a right click on the Computer icon and click on the ‘Troubleshooting Problems’ option. Different Windows Os have different ways to get to the Troubleshooting Problems option. It will take about four-to-five minutes to fix the issue or it will lay down the ways in which you can resolve the problem on your own.
Simply go the search bar and type msconfig and click on the boot tab. Now check on the safe when you restart the PC. One your PC has booted up, click on the advanced settings, go to the option for changing proxy, change the LAN and erase any check mark. Again type msconfig and restart you PC and your problem will be solved.