Wifi LIMITED connection on windows 10

i had this issue also. i actually thought it was something wrong with the hotels wifi where i am staying. it is working now, i have no idea how.

but i noticed that, it somehow works when i start a VPN session. could you try that and see if it does reach internet?

I cann’t also connect to the internet after few restarts after upgrading to windows 10.I can connect to my router but can’t access 192.168. etc.
Everything in the setting looks ok. Diagnostic says "Problem with wireless adapter or access point", "Not Fixed"
I’m using Qualcomm Atheros AR9287 adapter on Fujitsu T731
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Mine using Qualcomm Atheros AR5B93 has exaclty same problem and same diagnostic . I have upgrade to win 10 yesterday, my other computer (win 7) work fine use same wifi connection, but this computer is limited, when connected to phone tethering is working. Crazy problem.

====>Finally got temporary solution. Change WIFI name and password on WIFI modem/router, reconnect the computer and all are working fine. Wait until tomorrow to see how the progress done

I had a similar issue post my upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10 and here’s what worked for me —
1. Go to windows explorer
2. Right click on "This PC"
3. Go to properties
4. Go to Device manager
5. Go to network adapters
6. Double click your Wifi adapter you are using that is having a limited connectivity issue.
7. Select Advanced Tab
8. In the Property list box Go to "Receive Buffers" and increase this to maximum. (In my case this was 512)
9. In the Property list box Go to "Transmit Buffers" and increase this to maximum. (In my case this was 512)
10. Click Ok

This solved my problem of limited connectivity. Hope this does for you too.

Hi, I had the same issue with my Surface 3 and BT Internet. I tried so many solutions online, in the end it was easy to fix permanently.

I had to get an Ethernet adapter for my Surface, I connected directly to my modem via the Ethernet cable then went into Network settings/Change Adapter Options/ Right click the adapter/ Properties then highlight the IPv4 connection and go to Properties, there I copied all the Gateway/IP/etc. Settings.

Disconnect from Ethernet and go back to your wireless network. Repeat the above process and when you get to the IPv4 properties, Select (Use the following IP Address) enter the details you just copied, do the some for the DNS server, you don’t need a secondary address. Save and you’ll be online within 20 seconds 🙂

Really hope this helps.

I managed to resolve this issue by going to: Control Panel > Device Manager > Network Adapters > right click on the troublesome wireless adapter and select properties.

Go to the "Advanced" tab and on the "802.11n Bandwidth" option, select "20MHz/40MHz Auto" and on the "Roaming Aggressiveness" option, select "5. Highest". Good luck!

went through this video and got the wifi issue fixed at my dell inspiron running windows 10.

The interesting thing about the first 5 solutions is they all end with a Restart.
On our Surface Pro 3 tablets, the problem resolves itself when I simply choose Restart.

Hopefully though, one of these will fix the issue without having to restart every time.

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Limited WiFi connection problem in Windows 10

Some Windows users are experiencing a strange problem. After installing Windows 10 or Windows 8.1, they observed that their device was showing ‘Limited Connectivity’ error in WiFi status, and they couldn’t access the internet until re-connected.

I realized this is a common issue. In some cases, even resetting the device and starting over didn’t help. After following some forums, I thought of giving some suggestions, one of which I found on Microsoft Answers.

Limited WiFi connection

First, create a system restore point. Then right-click the ‘Start’ button to access the ‘Control Panel’ option and select it.

control panel

Next, chose ‘Device Manager’ option.

Device Manager

Next select ‘Network Adapters’ and under it, you will find a Wi-Fi controller listed. Select it.

Double-click the controller to open the adapter’s Property window and switch to ‘Drivers’ tab.

Limited WiFi

Next, click the ‘Disable’ button and hit ‘Ok’ to apply the changes. See if it helps. If it does not help, re-enable it and proceed to the next step.

If the above solution fails, try doing the following.

Open an admin-level command prompt in Desktop mode, type the following commands, and hit Enter after each command:

Then type the following and hit Enter, to verify that practically all the settings are disabled.

Finally, reboot your machine and see if this helps.

You may also try this:

Open Command Prompt as Administrator and run the following commands

Restart the computer and see if it has helped.

If it doesn’t help, you could also try the built-in Hardware and Devices troubleshooter and see if it helps.

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Question: Q: My wife is running Windows 10 for mac and since we added an Eero Pro system, she hasn

My wife is running Windows10 for mac. Ever since we added an Eero Pro system to beef up our wifi, she has not been able to connect to wifi while using her Windows10. She can get online using Mojave. Has anyone else dealt with this issue? We're both at a loss.

Posted on Jan 18, 2020 1:57 PM

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  • What is the year/model of the Mac (do not post the serial number)?
  • If the Eero Pro uses 802.11ax/ay, the Windows Broadcom drivers have issues with access points. If you can turn off ax/ay in the EP system, can it be used to test?
  • The updated Broadcom drivers, in the 7.77.x.x series, are very poor.
  • Also, as a test, turn off the EP system and use the wifi which existed prior to the EP and test. More Radios is not necessarily good coverage, because they interfere and cause the client more work to stay connected. The thicker the RF jungle, the worse the wifi performs.

Jan 18, 2020 5:10 PM

You may want to download and install Acrylic WiFi on Windows which can provide a view of the wireless network.

Jan 18, 2020 6:12 PM

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If your Windows is having problems it may be best to ask for help in the Microsoft Help Communities.

Jan 18, 2020 2:12 PM

I'll suggest this to her. I'm not sure she's tried that. Thanks!

Jan 18, 2020 2:28 PM

  • What is the year/model of the Mac (do not post the serial number)?
  • If the Eero Pro uses 802.11ax/ay, the Windows Broadcom drivers have issues with access points. If you can turn off ax/ay in the EP system, can it be used to test?
  • The updated Broadcom drivers, in the 7.77.x.x series, are very poor.
  • Also, as a test, turn off the EP system and use the wifi which existed prior to the EP and test. More Radios is not necessarily good coverage, because they interfere and cause the client more work to stay connected. The thicker the RF jungle, the worse the wifi performs.
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Jan 18, 2020 5:10 PM

She has a MacBook Air 2017.

The rest of your answer I don't really understand. I'll give her your response to her to find out if she does. I'll get back to you with an update. Thanks so much, Loner T.

Jan 18, 2020 5:54 PM

You may want to download and install Acrylic WiFi on Windows which can provide a view of the wireless network.

Jan 18, 2020 6:12 PM

Thank you Loner T. I'm the poor soul with the MAC using the Broadcom Network Adapter. The driver is 7.77.110.0 and as you explained does not work very well in my current environment (basically not at all.). Question: would it be possible to get a USB Wi-fi adapter of another sort that would connect? Eero doesn't support the ax/ay standard yet, so that's not the issue.

Any more light you can shed is greatly appreciated.

Jan 19, 2020 7:12 AM

Do you have an option to rollback the driver to an older 7.35 series? The 7.77 driver seems to have issues with dual-band radios. EP has tri-band radio. The 5.8G radio seems to implement TrueMesh (a wifi root-mesh topology) which seems to be a bad implementation.

A USB-wifi dongle may run into the same issue as your built-in wireless client.

You may mention 'beefing-up' wifi. Were you running into an issue with previous setup? What type of APs were in the network.

Jan 19, 2020 7:39 AM

Awesome — I'd ask you to marry me if I wasn't already married! I downloaded and installed an older driver (ver. 7.35.118.40) and everything is working! Thank-you for your help

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Windows 10 limited or no internet connection

I am using a Surface Pro2 and upgraded to Windows 10. When either on Wi-Fi or hardwired to my router, under «Internet Access» it states «No Internet» (and the Internet Access icon has a yellow triangle with an «!»). For the following checks, I have been hardwired to my router.

I cannot access the internet via Microsoft Edge, but I can access internet using internet explorer (accessed via either «Run» and entering iexplore; or by using the internet explorer app). I also cannot access any Windows 10 apps that require an internet connection.

I have reset my router multiple times and checked the address and all is in order (I can access the Wi-Fi via my phone and iPAD, and a computer running Windwos 7); I have changed the cable from the router to my computer with no effect.

Under «Change Adaptor Options» Ethernet and Wi-Fi are both enabled — within this window I have:

-disabled and re-enabled each of Ethernet and Wi-Fi devices with no effect on connectivity;

— run the trouble shooters for both the Wi-Fi and Ethernet and no problems were identified;

— under «Ethernet Status» it states: IPv4 nd IPv6 Connectivity : Not Connected; and Media State: Enabled

Under Device Manager — Network adaptors the Ethernet adaptor and the Marvell Adaptor are noted as working properly; I have:

— uninstalled the drivers for each of the Ethernet Adaptor and the Marvell Adaptor and restarted the computer with no effect;

— selected update driver — and was notified that the current driver is installed for each of the Ethernet and Wi-Fi adaptors;

I have run sfc /scannow (as outlined in https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/kb/929833?wa=wsignin1.0) and all is in order

I reset Windows 10 and for a short period of time (2-3 hours) had regular internet connectivity before once again receiving «limited» or «no connection» under internet access.

running netcfg -s n gives the following information:

usb\vid_045e&pid_07ab&rev_2000 Surface Ethernet Adapter

usb\vid_0fca&pid_8017&mi_00 BlackBerry Device

usb\vid_0fca&pid_8017&mi_02 BlackBerry Tethering Device

usb\vid_1286&pid_2043 Marvell AVASTAR Wireless Composite Device

usb\vid_1286&pid_2044&mi_02 Marvell AVASTAR 350N Wireless Network Controller

ms_ndisuio NDIS Usermode I/O Protocol

ms_wanarpv6 Remote Access IPv6 ARP Driver

ms_tcpip6_tunnel Microsoft TCP/IP version 6 — Tunnels

ms_wanarp Remote Access IP ARP Driver

ms_netbt_smb Message-oriented TCP/IP Protocol (SMB session)

ms_netbt WINS Client(TCP/IP) Protocol

ms_xboxgip Xbox Game Input Protocol Driver

ms_rdma_ndk Microsoft RDMA — NDK

ms_tcpip Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)

ms_lltdio Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper I/O Driver

ms_ndiswan Remote Access NDIS WAN Driver

ms_implat Microsoft Network Adapter Multiplexor Protocol

ms_ndiswanlegacy Remote Access LEGACY NDIS WAN Driver

ms_lldp Microsoft LLDP Protocol Driver

ms_tcpip_tunnel Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) — Tunnels

ms_tcpip6 Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)

ms_rspndr Link-Layer Topology Discovery Responder

ms_pppoe Point to Point Protocol Over Ethernet

ms_server File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks

ms_netbios NetBIOS Interface

ms_wfplwf_vswitch Microsoft Windows Filtering Platform

ms_nativewifip NativeWiFi Filter

ms_pacer QoS Packet Scheduler

ms_wfplwf_lower WFP Native MAC Layer LightWeight Filter

ms_bridge Microsoft MAC Bridge

ms_ndiscap Microsoft NDIS Capture

ms_wfplwf_upper WFP 802.3 MAC Layer LightWeight Filter

ms_msclient Client for Microsoft Networks

I have reviewed many of the questions/discussion within the Community pages relating to connectivity issues, and so far none of the solutions have worked. Any ideas of what the issue may be?

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Thank you for being part of the Windows 10 family.

I understand that you are facing issues with network on Windows 10.

In order to help you better, please provide the information:

1. Are you getting any error code?

2. What is the make and model of the Computer?

First try to download the latest network driver from the manufacture website and then try to install the driver in Program Compatibility mode. Check if it helps.

I would suggest you to run the Program Compatibility troubleshooter and try to install the driver. Check if it helps.

1. Tap on Windows Key and click on search bar.

2. Type “Troubleshooting” without the quotes and Click on Troubleshooting.

3. Click on View All the left panel of the screen and then click on Program Compatibility T roubleshooter.

4. Then click on Next and follow the instructions.

Reply to us with the information, so that we can assist you better.

Get back to us if you need any further assistance on Windows related issues and we will be glad to help.

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As noted in my original post I am using a Surface Pro2 (with a Surface Ethernet Adaptor and a Marvell AVASTAR 350N Wireless Network Controller Adapter)

I am not getting an error code — when I open the «internet settings» icon (bottom right hand of task bar) it states «No Internet».

I cannot access the internet through any app opened by using the Windows key.

When I open the search bar accessed using the Windows key, it states: «We cannot connect you to the web right now but you can still search your stuff. Make sure you are connected to the internet.»

When I enter «troubleshooting» in the search bar — nothing happens.

I can only access the internet using internet explorer (and not Microsoft Edge).

As noted in my first email — I went thought the process of resetting Windows 10 and any drivers were reset during this process. I had internet connectivity for a short time after resetting the program, but then once again lost internet connectivity («No Internet» within the internet icon).

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OK, I reset Windows 10 again and re-establish an internet connection. With the system operating properly, Windows 10 updates were checked (all up to date), and a restore set point was created.

I ran «IPCONFIG» as a reference.

I checked program compatibility (as suggested above) for each program, and all listed programs were determined to be working — except for one, Memo Backup (Seagate), so I uninstalled this program.

After approx. 5 hours, I received a «No Internet» flag under the internet settings icon. I re-ran IPCONFIG and all of the setting were the same expect for one which changed from (i.e. with internet connectivity):

Tunnel adapter Local Area Connection* 5:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :

IPv6 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 2001:0:5ef5:79fd:1494:4d4:3f57:ffe9

Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::1494:4d4:3f57:ffe9%4

to (without internet connectivity):

Tunnel adapter Local Area Connection* 5:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :

I restored the system to the restore set point, all was working well, and rechecked compatibility of the listed programs (identified by the Program Compatibility Troubleshooter) — the non-Microsoft programs listed and that were determined to operate properly, are:

Movie Studio Platinum 13 (Sony)

DVD Architect Studio 5.0 (Sony)

I created a 2nd restore set point.

All was working well until after about 6 hours, I received a «No Internet» flag under the internet settings icon.

I recovered the system using the 2nd set point and all is working well (for now). The IPCONG for the setting noted above reads:

Tunnel adapter Local Area Connection* 5:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :

IPv6 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 2001:0:5ef5:79fd:1400:1506:47bd:8fc8

Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::1400:1506:47bd:8fc8%4

I am expecting that I will loose internet connectivity over time. I will send this out now in case I do lose connectivity.

It is problematic a restore (or that a reset, which requires re-loading all programs) is required every 5-6 hours to maintain an operational Windows 10 system.

Any further tests/checks or advise?

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First of all, I apologies for the delay in response.

We would like to know if you are facing any issue with Windows 10. If yes, do let us know. We will be glad to assist you in resolving the issue.

If you are still facing the same issue, I suggest you to run the network troubleshooter and check if it helps. Follow the steps provided below:

Press Windows + X key.

Hope this information is helpful. Do let us know if the issue is resolved. For any further information, feel free to contact us.

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An update on issues accessing internet using Windows 10 on a Surface Pro 2.

On a daily basis I do not have full connection to the internet after logging into my computer. There is a partial connection, as I can access the internet using Explorer 11, but not Edge, nor can I use any Windows 10 apps that require an internet connection (e.g. a news feed).

The router checks out and is accessible via other devices, the Pro 2 is hardwired into the router, running the troubleshooter does nothing, and I have checked to make sure that the ethernet device drivers are all up to date.

Under «network connections» , «ethernet status», and «view status of this connection», it states under IPv4 (or IPv6) connectivity — «no network access».

I have found that resetting the TCP/IP stack using:

«netsh int ipv4 reset rest.log»

and restarting my computer, allows me full access the internet (Explorer 11, Edge and Windows 10 apps) and the «view status of this connection» states «Internet».

Why do I need to keep resetting the TCP/IP stack every time I log into my computer to permit full functionality of internet in Windows 10 (I had no issues accessing internet using Windows 8.1) ?

Is there a setting within Windows 10 that I can make so that this reset takes place on its own when starting up my computer?

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As you have mentioned you can access internet through Internet Explorer but unable to access with Microsoft Edge and other apps. Follow the Steps below to resolve any conflict in apps in Windows 10.

A driver is software that allows your computer to communicate with hardware or devices. Without drivers, the hardware you connect to your computer—for example, a video card or a printer—won’t work properly.

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Windows Update may have updated drivers available that may be relevant to your current issue. Many times, updated drivers are listed in the «Optional» section of Windows Update.

Method 1: Try to run the following command to solve the issue.

1. Open the Task manager. Here’s a tip: Press CTRL+Shift+ESC.
2. Click File > Run New Task
3. Make sure you have a check mark beside “Create this task with administrative privileges”
4. Type Powershell
5. Type the following in the Powershell prompt:
$manifest = (Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.WindowsStore).InstallLocation + ‘\AppxManifest.xml’ ; Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register $manifest
Close the Powershell window.

Method 1: Perform System File Check (SFC), and then check if this fixes the issue.
Follow the steps:

a. Press “Windows Key + Q” to open Charms Bar.

b. Type cmd without quotes in the search box.

c. On the left pane, right click on the “cmd” option and select “Run as Administrator”.

d. Type sfc /scannow’ without quotes and hit enter.

Reboot the Computer the Computer and check if it helps.

Refer the link below.

Hope this information is helpful. Please do let us know if you need further assistance, we’ll be glad to assist you.

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I tried both of your suggestions

— no change was observed following running Powershell.

-running sfc/scannow identified errors — see below, and the following URL

advised to run DISM if an error was obtained following the sfc scan. The DISM operation now requires an ISO file to be mounted, however, I upgraded to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1 and I do not have this file.

Please advise how I should proceed

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I cannot believe you are offering these standard issue basic FIX options after this person has given explicit detail of what they have tried to do to repair the connection issues.

There are MANY of us out the in the community experiencing the exact same connectivity issues since upgrading to Windows 10 but MICROSOFT is NOT responding to the crys for help.

I have an HP Envy, have posted many messages in an attempt to resolve the issues, I have had online asssit but nothing has helped. HP I’m sorry but if this is a driver issue then my HP notebook should be your responsibility along with Microsoft. Together you have collectively rendered our equipment useless — I hope this was not an attempt to drive people to buy new notebooks etc.

I am not an IT specialist, geek, wiz or anything of that nature, I know how to right click to select ‘Troubleshoot problems’, that is the extent of my expertise. What resolve is there for people like me.

I have only ever owned HP — shopping around might be the solution, change brand maybe. My husband has an Apple and when he upgraded to the Windows 10 OS he has never experienced any issues.

STOP BOMBARDING US WITH YOUR UNHELPFUL SILENCE. stop expecting we the HP user community to do your jobs for you, you get paid, we don’t. I paid over $2000 for my notebook, I’m not made of money so provide me/we the community with REAL SOLUTIONS/UPDATES to our issues. Your teams should be working OVERTIME.

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Find out if Windows 10 is limiting your Internet speed

If you noticed an Internet speed drop after upgrading to the latest version of Windows 10, the following troubleshooting guide may help resolve it.

It may be particularly useful if the Internet speed was fine on previous versions of Windows, and is no longer after the upgrade to Windows 10 Anniversary Update edition.

Microsoft introduced a feature called Window Auto-Tuning back in Windows Vista, and has made it part of any newer version of Windows as well.

Set to on by default, it is designed to improve performance for programs that receive TCP data over a network.

While data transfers should be more efficient as a general rule, users may experience slower than usual data transfer speeds under certain conditions or even connectivity issues.

Managing Window Auto-Tuning in Windows 10

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The first thing you may want to do is check the status of Window Auto-Tuning. If it is turned off for instance, it is likely that it is not the case for the slow downs, but if it is set, it may very well be the culprit.

Note: you don’t need administrative privileges for running the command above, but you will need them for modifying the Window Auto-Tuning parameter.

  1. Tap on the Windows-key, type cmd.exe, hold down Shift and Ctrl keys, and hit enter.
  2. Confirm the UAC prompt that opens.
  3. Run the command netsh interface tcp show global.

Locate the «Receive Window Auto-Tuning Level» value under TCP Global Parameters. If it is not set to disabled, it is being used by Windows to optimize TCP connections.

You may want to disable the feature to run connection tests and see if it is the cause for the limited Internet speed that you are getting out of the connection.

Run the following command to disable Window Auto-Tuning on Windows 10:

  • netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled

You get ok as verification that the value was set correctly. You may verify this by running netsh interface tcp show global again.

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Once disabled, start downloads just like before and monitor the speeds that you get. You may want to fire up a P2P client, Usenet program, FTP client or server program to find out if disabling Auto-Tuning Level did resolve the issue.

If it did not, you may want to turn it on again. This is done by running the following command:

  • netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal

Ok should be returned again to indicate that the new value was set correctly. It is recommended to check the global values again to make sure that is indeed the case.

If you want to know more about Window Auto-Tuning, check out the excellent analysis of the feature here.

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