Reset Network Adapter settings in Windows 7
There can be times when your internet browser isn’t functioning the way it should, probably it would take a lot of time to load without any search results, or refrain you from entering some websites and what not. If such problems remain consistent for a considerable amount of time, you may want to Reset Network Adapter settings in Windows 7 to solve your issue and here we are to guide you through the process.
The Windows 8 has an inbuilt software called the network shell, more commonly known as netsh. This is what will help you solve your network errors by yourself. Once you get yourself to put in the command prompts [which are mentioned individually below to suit your needs] the network settings will restore themself to default. This will also aid you to reset Windows Firewall in windows 7.
These are following steps to Reset Network Adapter settings in Windows 7
- Click on start and search the word command.
- As you do that, you will be able to see a list on options the right, from these options the second or third one will be ‘run as administrator’ click on that.
- You will have to enter the following commands.
NOTE: don forget to press enter after each command
netsh int ip reset reset.txt
netsh winsock reset
netsh advfirewall reset
- Restart your device.