Resetting the network adapters to fix the problem No connections are available
Restoring or resetting network adapters can fix network-related problems. To do this you need to follow the steps below.
Open the start menu and search for Network reset. Then click on it.
Click on Reset now to completely reset or restore the network.
Enable Network Device
Sometimes you may have mistakenly disabled the network device. So reactivate it by following the steps below.
Open the start menu and type Device Manager. Then click on the result obtained.
Click on the Network Adapters drop-down menu. By doing this, you will see all the network devices connected and installed on your system.
Right-click on any of the Network adapter options. Then activate each one of them that has Enable Device option instead of Disable Device option.
Clearing the DNS cache to solve the no connections are an available problem in Windows 10 and Windows 11
A bad cache or cache can cause various problems. One of these problems will be the problem of connecting to the Internet. Many network-related problems can be solved by flashing DNS. To do this, follow the steps below.
Type cmd in the start menu search box. Press the combination keys CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER simultaneously on the keyboard to open the Command Prompt.
On the opened page, type the following command.
Then, refresh the network IP settings by typing the following command.
Now type netsh command to reset Winsock.
netsh winsock reset
Updating the network adapter driver to solve the No connections available problem in Windows 10 and Windows 11
Sometimes your network adapter drivers may be out of date. The manufacturers of these drivers may identify the problems and release solutions for these problems in their new updates. You need to go to Device Manager to find the network adapter driver. To do this, press the Windows and X keys at the same time. Then click on Network Adapters. Now you have to find the desired adapter and right click on it and select Update driver option.
Select the Search automatically for drivers option. Doing so allows Windows to search for the best and latest drivers available for your system.
Reinstall the network driver
Sometimes the network driver may have a problem. So you need to uninstall and reinstall this driver. To do this you need to go to Device Manager. So press Windows and X keys at the same time. Then click on the Network Adapters drop-down menu. Now right-click on the network adapter and select Uninstall device option.
Click on the Uninstall option.
Restart your system to reinstall the network adapter drivers.
Change wireless adapter settings
Some specific settings can limit the performance of the network adapter. For example, the wireless adapter may be in power-saving mode, but the charger is not connected. To change the settings of the wireless adapter, you can use the following two methods.
The first method
Type Edit power plan in the search field of the start menu. Click on the result obtained.
Now click on Change advanced power settings to open the Power Options window.
In the window that opens, click on Wireless Adapter Settings to open its drop-down menu.
Click again on Power Saving Mode under Wireless Adapter Settings to open the menu below it.
Click on On Battery and Plugged in and set both options to Maximum Performance.
Click OK and restart your system. By doing this, you will be able to solve the problem of no connections being available in Windows 10 and Windows 11.
The second method
Press the combination keys Windows + R and then type ncpa. cpl in the available box and click OK.
Right-click on your connection and select Enable.
If this option is already enabled, select the Disable option and restart your computer.
Now you have to repeat steps 1 and 2 to activate it.
Changing router or modem settings
A simple and quick way to solve the no connections are an available problem in Windows 10 and Windows 11 is to change the modem or router settings. To do this, you need to set the MTU to Auto in the router settings.
Run the Network Adapter troubleshooter
Press Windows + I to open the Settings app. Then select the Update & Security option.
Select the Troubleshoot option on the left side of the page and click on Additional Troubleshooters.
In the last step, select Network Adapter and click on Run the troubleshooter.