On computers, especially laptops using WiFi connections, we often experience limited WiFi faults, limited connections failing to access WiFi. When you encounter this error, you will not be able to access the WiFi network is connected, even if the correct password was entered.
Users who want to fix Limited WiFi, limit the connection to WiFi can not change the IP address or do some other operations. Because of the WiFi on certain parameters that will be installed different, if the static IP is static IP, you need to enter the static IP to connect to the Internet.
With dynamic IP, you need to switch to dynamic IP self-only mode. Another IP related error that we sometimes encounter is “Ethernet doesn’t have a valid IP configuration”on Window. This error usually originates from the router or by wrongly assigning the IP address. To fix the “Ethernet does not have a valid IP configuration” error, please refer to the following instructions.
HOW TO FIX “ETHERNET DOESN’T HAVE A VALID IP CONFIGURATION” ON WINDOWS:
1. Restart Your Computer To Fix “Ethernet Does Not Have A Valid IP Configuration” On Windows.
This is the simplest way, should use the first if natural computer errors “Ethernet does not have a valid IP configuration”. It is possible that after the reboot will fix this error.
2. Change Your Modem Or Router.
You can change your Router or Modem to try to connect to see the computer also error “Ethernet does not have a valid IP configuration” or not.
You can also turn off the modem for about 30 seconds to 1 minute, then reboot and try to connect to the Internet.
Another way is to switch from a WiFi connection to a wired network.
3. Check The Network Configuration To Fix “Ethernet Does Not Have A Valid IP Configuration” On Windows.
Step 1: Click Start , look for cmd and open Command Prompt with Admin.
Step 2: In the Command Prompt you enter: Ipconfig /All
Then press Enter.
The parameters of the IP, the network address will be appear in the Command Prompt.
Step 3: Next, click the Internet icon in the left corner of the desktop, select Open Network and Sharing Center.
Step 4: Select the connection and right click> Properties.
Step 5: Select the Internet Protocol Version (TCP / IPv4), click Properties to edit. Check if the IP address is 192.168.xxx.xxx or not.
Step 6: Finally go back to the Network Connections section and right-click Disabled to turn off the Internet connection.
And press Enabled to turn it back on.
To do this, check that you have corrected the error “Ethernet does not have a valid IP configuration” on Windows.