Solving the 'DHCP Not Enabled for WIFI' Error

Solving the 'DHCP Not Enabled for WIFI' Error

How to Fix DHCP Not Enabled for WIFI
To fix the issue of DHCP not being enabled for your WiFi connection, you can try the following steps:

Open the Start menu and search for "Network Connections."

Click on "Change adapter settings" in the search results.

Right-click on the WiFi adapter and select "Properties."

Click on the "Networking" tab, and then click on "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" in the list of items.

Click on the "Properties" button.

In the "General" tab, make sure that the "Obtain an IP address automatically" and "Obtain DNS server address automatically" options are selected.

Click "OK" to save the changes.

Restart your computer and check if the issue has been resolved.

If these steps do not fix the issue, you may need to check your router's settings to make sure that DHCP is enabled. You can typically do this by accessing your router's configuration page through a web browser. Consult your router's manual for specific instructions on how to enable DHCP.




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