How to Fix Limited Access Network Problem by Resetting in One click

When working continuously on Internet connection for a long time, suddenly you get an error in Network connection reading “Limited access or No Connectivity”. Component called TCP / IP is responsible for it.

TCP / IP gets corrupted and as a result you cannot access Internet connection from your system. To solve the issue, What I generally do is right click on network in Tray icon set and Troubleshoot.

Troubleshoot detects a problem (which is more often related to TCP/IP), Resets Wireless Adapter (General Solution) then verifies whether problem is Solved Followed by detection of additional problems.

Reset Reinstall TCP IP

When you know that problem can be fixed by resetting then use Reset & Repair TCP/IP, a small program which fixes everything in one click. It is a portable program, execute it and click on Reinstall/Reset to apply the fix.

For efficiency of this solution I recommend checking the boxes that says “Also repair WinSock” and “Restart after reset” so that WinSock repair and restart the computer at the end and get a new IP address on the local network.

The application works well with Windows XP, 2003, Vista and Windows 7, no installation required, just download it and run it.

Download Reset and Repair TCP/IP

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Rohit Langde is Founder and Editor-in-chief of Blogsolute. Tech Blogger by Passion & Profession | Mechanical Engineer by Qualification | Introverted Geek by Choice

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  1. Wow, I have experienced this problem many times. I used to reset it by disabling my net connection, refreshing it and then again enabling it.But i guess this is a better option! :D thank you!

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