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How to Fix WiFi Connection Problem Limited Windows 8.1

connection limited windows 8

  • How to solve window 8.1 limited access problem
  • How to fix limited or no connectivity Wi-Fi issues in Windows 8


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Some Windows users are experiencing a strange problem. After installing the beta release of Windows 8.1, it was observed that the device will show error "limited connectivity" in the state of Wi-Fi and could not access the Internet until you reconnect. 
This is a common problem with Windows 8.1. In some cases, reset the device and start again does not help. In this post we will give you some tips that might help. 
WiFi Connection Limited 
First create a system restore point. Click the 'Start' button to access the control opciĆ³n'Panel 'and select it.
Panel de Control


Choose the "Device Manager" option.



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Select "Network Adapters" and under it, finds the driver of Wi-Fi in the list. I select.


Lista de Dispositivos

Double-click on the controller to open the adapter properties and change the "Drivers" tab.

Opciones de Adaptador
Click the "Disable" and press "OK" button to apply the changes. See if that helps. If this does not help, re-enable and proceed to the next step. 
If the above does not work, try the following. 
Open a command-level administrator in the desktop mode prompt, type the following commands, pressing [Enter] after each command: 
      netsh int tcp September heuristics disabled 
      netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel = disabled 
      netsh int tcp set global rss = enabled 
Then, type the following and press [Enter] to check that the practice entirely settings are disabled. 
      netsh int tcp show global 
Finally, restart the computer and see if this helps. 
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