After upgrading, the system from Windows 7 to Windows 10 the network sharing issue with Windows 10 is common nowadays the windows users claim their system having a problem. Such as the network sharing not working or the Windows 10 keep losing internet connection continuously?
There is some method that helpful for some of my blog reader that temporary fix this issue. The method is given below with step-by-step guides break down.
Fixing Windows 10 Network Sharing Access Denied
To fix the network connection, first of all, you’ve to check the network troubleshooter. That might help you to fix the no network connection issue in few minutes. However, a lot of time the sharing network will discount due to lots of reasons that your system can’t fix.
In this case, you have too many changes in your system manually. Such as changing the network settings or try some network tests and a lot more.
To manually fix the network connection follow these step-by-step guides.
Go to the Start Menu and Click on the Settings to open up Windows 10 Settings.
Now Tap on the System.
Scroll the left side menu to the About tab and open it.
Now you see the “RENAME PC” button. Click on it to check your PC name to any other name.
Updating Network Driver In Windows To Fix Network Sharing
If the above method won’t help you with fixing the internet connection don’t get upset try this method. In this method, we going to update the network driver in Windows 10. Doing this will update all network sharing settings along with a network analyzer and all network monitoring tools.
To update the driver in Windows 10 follows these guides.
Go to the Start Menu, And open up “Driver Manager” from Search Bar.
In Drive Manager, Find “Network Adapter” and Click To Expand it.
In the List, Update All Drivers one by one. Just Right Click on the driver and select “Update Driver Software “.
I hope this article will help you to resolve your windows internet connectivity issue. If you further questions and problems for Windows then comment below and give feedback in your own words.