If there is a problem with your wireless network, it starts saying "No Internet Access". There are ways to fix issues with your wireless network and troubleshooting (diagnostic) is a most common thing to try by a user.
You can quickly troubleshoot your wireless network adapter to fix any common issues instantly.
How to Troubleshoot a Wireless Network
This method is same on Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and Windows 10. So it doesn't matter what Operating system version you are using. To Diagnose/Troubleshoot Wireless Network running on a Windows PC follow these steps :-
Performing Diagnostic Repair
- Open Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center
- Find and click on "Change Adapter Settings".
- Right click on your adapter and choose Diagnose.
- Follow the given instructions and possible it will solve your Wi-Fi connectivity issue for sure.
This is general and recommended method to try at first because it can help you resolve any general issue with network connection.