If you desparately need to browse the net, but you don't have Internet access at the moment, ask somebody around if they could temporarily allow you to go online via their mobile device. They can easily set up a hotspot by activating the hotspot (tethering) feature, available on every mobile device.
To show them how to set up a hotspot connection, check out don't know how to set up a hotspot solutions.
If you cannot connect to Internet and the router is working fine, it is possible that you have accidently disabled the wireless card/adapter (Wi-Fi). In order to be able to connect to the internet, you need to turn on the Wi-Fi.
To learn how to enable it, check out the don't know how to enable/disable the Wi−Fi solutions.
Internet access issues can be easily resolved thanks to the built-in network diagnostic tool (troubleshooter) developed by the Microsoft team to resolve network issues.
To run the tool, follow the steps below:
If you have issues with Internet access, try enabling and disabling the Airplane mode. By enabling and disabling the Airplane mode, you will restart the computer's network adapter and regain Internet access.
Check out the don't know how to enable/disable the Airplane Mode guide if you are not sure how to enable it.
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