حل مشکل Wi-Fi doesn’t have valid IP configuration برای ویندوز 10
با توجه به فراگیر شدن استفاده از ویندوز 10 در بسیاری از سیستم های خانگی ، شرکت ها و ادارت مشکلاتی را با برخی از دستگاه ها مشاهده شده است یکی از آن ها مشکلات اتصال به اینترنت توسط سیستم ویندوز 10 . این مشکلات به دلایلی مانند عدم پشتیبانی از سخت افزار توسط سیستم عامل ویندوز 10 یا قدیمی بودن قطعه و عدم ارائه آپدیت و مسائل دیگر رخ میدهند. در این جا با مشکل قطعی مکرر اینترنت در ویندوز 10 و حل آن با استفاده از آموزش تصویری می پردازیم البته بستگی به نوع سخت افزار احتمال حل مشکل با یک روش نیست و ما همه روش های را اینجا می نویسم شما میتوانید نظر و یا مشکل خود را با تاپیک انجمن که در زیر است ارسال نمایید. کاهی در ویندوز 10 هشدار زرد رنگی روی شبکه وای وای در کناره گوشه پایین سمت راست ویندوز مشاهده می شود که با متن هشدار Wi-Fi doesn’t have valid IP configurationerror نمایان است. ما با این روش ها به حل این مشکل خواهیم رفت.
ساده ترین راه حل استفاده از دستور netsh برا ی حل مشکل است به استفاده از روش های زیر:
Users reported that this solution usually fixes issues with IP configuration problem, but bear in mind that if you use static IP address you’ll have to set it again. If the previous commands didn’t work, you might want to try these commands as well:
گزارش هایی مبنی بر این که تغییر پسورد و یوزر نیم شبکه مشکل را حل نمایید زیاد است برای این کار به تنظیمات مودم خود وارد شده و آن ها را تغییر دهید و در ویندوز 10 به این شبکه های جدید وصل شوید.
One suggested solution is to set the channel width to Auto. To do that, follow these steps:
When you connect to wireless network you’re usually given an IP address. This process is done by DHCP, but if there’s an issue with DHCP or with its configuration, you’ll get an IP configuration error. One workaround that is suggested by users is to assign an IP address for your device manually. To do that, follow these steps:
Alternatively, you can access your router and turn off DHCP and configure it to assign a static IP address to your PC.
According to some users, you can fix this problem by increasing the number of DHCP users. Some routers are usually limited to 50 DHCP users, and this can cause Wi-Fi doesn’t have valid IP configuration error to appear. To fix this issue you need to access your router and increase the number of DHCP users manually. Users reported that after increasing the number of DHCP users all issues were resolved. To see how to increase the number of DHCP users on your router, be sure to check its manual.
In addition, some users also suggest that you can fix the problem with IP configuration by increasing the number of maximum wireless users. Some routers are limited to only 10 wireless users, and by increasing the maximum number of users the issue was resolved.
Some users claim that you can fix this problem by performing a Clean boot. By using Clean boot you’ll disable all third-party applications and services that might be interfering with your wireless connection. To perform Clean boot do the following:
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After restarting your computer check if the issue is resolved. If the problem doesn’t appear, you might want to enable the disabled services and applications and find the one that is causing this issue so you can remove it or update it.
Antivirus software or firewall can often interfere with your Internet connection, and if you’re getting Wi-Fi doesn’t have valid IP configuration error, you might want to temporarily remove your antivirus or firewall. Users reported that Avast and AVG antivirus can cause this issue, and after removing the problematic software the issue was resolved. Bear in mind that almost any antivirus software can can this problem, so be sure to temporarily remove all third-party antivirus tools. If removing the antivirus software fixes the problem, you can proceed and install the latest version of your antivirus or switch to a different antivirus software.
As we previously mentioned, DHCP is in charge of assigning the IP addresses to devices that connect to your network, and if DHCP isn’t running you might encounter certain problems. To make sure that DHCP is enabled, you can always troubleshoot your network connection by doing the following:
You can also set your IP address to be obtained automatically in order to turn on DHCP. This process is similar to the one described in Solution 4, so make sure you check that solution. Lastly, you can always turn on DHCP from your router settings in case you turned it off earlier.
Users claim that they managed to fix this problem by uninstalling their wireless adapter driver. To do that, follow these steps:
When your PC starts again, Windows 10 will automatically install the default wireless driver. If the default driver works well, you can continue using it, but if there are any problems you might have to download the latest driver and install it.
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Sometimes problems with IP configuration can be caused by your security type, so make sure that the security type on your PC matches the security type set by your router. To do that, simply open your router settings page, visit the wireless section and check what type of security is being used. After that, make sure that your wireless adapter is using the same security type.
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Problems with Wi-Fi IP configuration can prevent you from accessing the Internet, but we hope that you managed to fix this problem after using one of our solutions.