Let’s face it — a home without internet connectivity is dull and boring to live in. It is even a messy, frustrating when you know you have the internet connection, but your computer says, One or more network protocols are missing on this computer.
And if you are on the blink of banging your head While you’re trying to connect to your home network, don’t fret it. Windows error where One or more network protocols are missing on this computer is common and possibly easy to fix as well.
What causes Windows error One or more network protocols are missing on this computer ?
The biggest problem is that you’re entering random code without understanding what it does.
Here’s what you need to do If Windows Error “One or more network protocols are missing on this computer occurs to you
1) Run SFC /scannow to check for windows corruptions that you may have caused. This process when done correctly is likely to be able to fix some of the missing or corrupt protocols.
2) Reinstall your network and wireless network drivers using the files from the manufacturer’s support page
Most forums and even Microsoft support will say that this is a problem with Windows System files but sometimes it’s not which is why ‘sfc /scannow’ didn’t show anything. It is actually a problem with the protocols but no one thinks that was as no one uninstalls them manually before this error appears.
Now I have seen this when handling different models of computers on different operating systems that it may not yield the results you expected, so if it doesn’t work Most forums and even Microsoft support will speculate that this is a problem with Windows System files but that is not always the case, sometimes its actually a problem with the protocols but no one thinks that was as no one uninstalls them manually before this error appears.
So Here’s What To Do
Go to Settings -> Network & Internet -> Ethernet (I don’t use Wi-Fi so if Wi-Fi is an option, try it) -> Change adapter options -> Right-click the one you are having issues with -> Properties -> Install… -> Protocol -> Install what is there (For me I had one called ‘Reliable Multicast Protocol’ so I installed that. I haven’t found this solution elsewhere so I don’t know what it’ll be for you.) -> You’re done!
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