How To Fix Wi-Fi doesn’t have a valid ip configuration windows 10 problem [Complete Solution]

f you are being continuously receiving an annoying “Wi-Fi doesn’t have a valid ip configuration windows 10” error message. That means the problem regarding not having a valid IP configuration can occur. It is a common issue experienced by Windows 10 users. Don’t worry this guide will help you to fix this problem.

Wi-Fi doesn’t have a valid ip configuration windows 10” message can prevent you from accessing the Internet. There are some differences of this error, and speaking of similar issues, here are the most common ones:

  1. No valid IP configuration Windows 10 : This issue can occur due to your antivirus or your security settings. However, you should be able to fix the problem by disabling your antivirus.
  2. Wi-Fi doesn’t have valid IP configuration: This error message can appear on almost any device, and it’s usually caused by your drivers. To prevent the issue in the future, be sure to update your drivers to the latest version and check if that solves the problem.
  3. Wi-Fi doesn’t have a valid IP configuration unidentified network, no Internet access, no Internet secured: These are some variations of this error, but you can fix all of them by using the solutions from this article.

Methods To Fix Wi-Fi doesn’t have a valid ip configuration windows 10 issue

  1. Release and Renew IP Address

  • Open Command Prompt as an administrator.
  • Type ipconfig /releaseand hit Enter.

  • Then type ipconfig /renew and press Enter.

  • Type Exit and hit Enter.


  1. Reset TCP/IP

  • Open Command Prompt as an administrator.
  • type netsh winsock reset and press Enter.
  • Then type netsh int ip reset and hit Enter.

  • Restart your computer and see if the problem resolves

Note: If the problem persists after you restart the computer, check and ensure the Wired Autoconfig service and the WLAN autoconfig service are running and their Start-up type is set automatically Follow below steps 

  • Press theWin Key +R (Windows logo key and R key)
  • Typemsc and click theOK button

 Double-click on Wired Auto config to open the Properties window

  • Ensure the Startup type is Automatic and the Service status is Running. After you change the settings, click the Apply button

  • Double-click on WLAN AutoConfig.

  • Ensure the Startup type is Automatic and the Service status is Running. After you change the settings, click the Apply button

  • Check to see if the problem is resolved
  1. Uninstall wireless adapter driver

  • Go to Device Manager
  • Expand categories “Network adapters”. Right-click on wireless device and select Uninstall

  • Then click “OK” button to confirm the Uninstall. If you see “Delete the driver software for this device.” at the bottom corner, before pressing OK, check the box next to it.

  • Restart your PC
  1. Manually Set IP Address

  • Open Control Panel
  • ClickNetwork and Sharing Centre

 Select Change adapter settings in the left pane

  • Right-click on WiFi connection and click Properties
  • Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click Properties
  • Select Use the following IP address, then set IP address to 192.168,1.x (You can choose x to any digit number. If you are not sure about this, use 192.168,1.14.). Set Subnet mask to and set IP gateway to

  • Under Use the following DNS server addresses, then set the Preferred DNS server to and set the Alternate DNS server to

  • ClickOK

  1. Set the channel width to Auto

  • Press Windows Key + X and select Network Connections from the menu.
  • When Network Connections window opens, right click your wireless connection and choose Properties from the menu. Click the Configure button and go to the Advanced

  • Locate 11n Channel Width for band 2.4 and set it to Auto.
  • Click OK to save changes.
  1. Perform a Clean boot

  • Press Windows Key + R on your keyboard and enter msconfig. Press Enter or click OK.


  • When Windows Configuration window opens, select Selective startup and uncheck Load startup items
  • Go to Services tab, check Hide all Microsoft services and click Disable all

  • Go to Startup tab, and click Open Task Manager.
  • When Task Manager opens you’ll see a list of startup applications. Right click each item on the list and choose Disable

  • After you disable all startup applications close Task Manager and click Apply and OK in Windows Configuration window.
  • Restart your computer.


I hope all the above mentioned methods help you to Fix Wi-Fi doesn’t have a valid ip configuration windows 10 problem. If you have any other method to solve this issue please share with me in the comment box.