Have you ever experienced limited or no connectivity in your network connection? This computer error is easy to solve and you don't need technical knowledge to fix this limited connectivity problem. Here are simple tips and ways to solve this problem.
First, you can unplug your network cable until the message that you are disconnected from the network appears. After that, you can plug the network cable in again.
If this doesn't work, you can now try restarting your computer.
If the limited or no connectivity message still appears, you can now double click the network icon. A new window will appear. There are two tabs above, select Support. You should now click the Repair button. Let the process finish. This will take less than 2 minutes.
After doing this and you still have no internet connection or the repair process is taking too long to finish. Press cancel and unplug the network cable. After this, shutdown your computer.
Once your computer is powered off. Go to your network hub or switch and broadband router and do a power cycle. This means that you will unplug the power of your network hub and broadband router. If you have a DSL modem, turn that off too.
Wait for around 20 seconds and then plug everything back on - your DSL modem, broadband router, the network hub or switch and your computer. Put back the network cable back to your computer.
If the problem persists then it must be a hardware problem. Ask a technician to help you in replacing your network or LAN card in your computer.
I hope that these tips helped you in fixing your limited or no connectivity error problem.