Computer problems/errors cannot access the internet that is already connected to a data network. Incidents like this are often experienced, especially by users who are quite intense in surfing the virtual world to access various websites.
Here are some tips from us, you can try them one by one and hopefully the results are satisfactory. You can apply the following method on Windows 7, 8, or Windows 10.
Method 1: doing general tips on your computer problems
General tips that you can do is restart when your PC/Laptop gets a problem and then try to browse again, also if possible delete cookies, cache, and browser history that you are using, then try to access the internet again.
Method 2: flush/reset DNS on your computer problems
Every time we access sites on the internet, our network will store various information, maybe our computers are confused because they store so much information? we can use these tips by resetting our laptop DNS. The method is very simple:
Both in Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10, the method is more or less the same, namely entering CMD then typing ipconfig /flushdns, and pressing Enter. Here’s an example:
- first disconnect the connection to the internet data network.
- open a CMD terminal, press Windows + R then type cmd and press Enter.
- type ipconfig /flushdns then press Enter.
- to exit you can click close (X) or type exit then Enter.
- please try to browse again.
If the problem is that you can’t access a search on Google, using this method is usually effective. And there isn’t anything else for you to do.
Method 3: reset IP via CMD
If the two methods above don’t work, I hope this third method works, namely by resetting the IP or resetting the internet protocol on your laptop.
- Run Command Prompt (CMD) via the Administrator, press Start then type cmd then right-click and select Run as administrator (or you can also open the cmd.exe file location by selecting ‘Open file location’ and right-clicking and selecting ‘Run as administrator)
- Type the following command: netsh int IP reset c:\resetlog.txt then press Enter
- Then restart your pc or laptop
- Please try to browse again
Method 4: Reset Internet Options
I suggest before resetting in Internet Options, do 1 more command via CMD. Please open CMD via administrator in the same way as Step 3, run the following command: netsh Winsock reset.
After that open Internet Options, how:
- Press Start then type ‘internet options’ and press.
- Later the Internet Properties window will open, select the Advanced tab in the far right corner and select Reset
- A new window will appear to check the Delete personal settings checklist then click Reset
- After that restart your computer
- Please try browsing again
Some of the ways above should be able to provide solutions to computer problems when you can’t browser on your PC/Laptop