Windows® 7 networking issues
Are you facing network connectivity issues in your computer with the Windows 7 operating system?
Microsoft Windows 7 has included a number of new features like network sharing, BranchCache and DirectAccess. To stay updated, you need to have the system connected to Internet. You might sometimes get a number of networking issue in your Microsoft Windows 7 system. You will not be able to connect your system to others via the network. A lot of malware could also affect your Microsoft Windows 7 system due to network access.
The following points discuss tips to solve the networking issues in the Windows 7 system:
- Reboot the system
- Remove malware
- Reconnect network
Reboot the system
When you get any issues with the network connection used in your Microsoft Windows 7 system, you need to restart the system at first. The restarting of the system might usually solve different issues with the system. If the restarting does not fix the issue, you need to reboot the system in safe mode. In the safe mode a lot of repairing steps are displayed. With this, you could try to diagnose the problem with network connection.
The networking features in your Microsoft Windows 7 system might get infected by malware easily. It could cause your home network to fail or might slow up the networking speed. Thus, users are advised to check the home network in the system and also the shared systems to remove malware. Turning on the firewall software at the time of networking is a good step to be taken while connecting to network.
The Internet connection issues might have risen in your Microsoft Windows 7 system because of connection problems. You need to check if you have connected or installed the correct networking drivers. The device manager needs to be checked if the network drivers have been listed in the device manger. If you find problems with the Internet connection, you need to remove all networking drivers from the system and re-install the drivers to have the network reconnected.