If we write the command ipconfig / all and press Enter to check the IP address information. If he State of the media is mentioned as Media disconnectedso don't worry as these are the steps to fix this problem.
Here, we will try to fix the adapter problem first and then try some generic solutions.
Solution 1] Reset WINSOCK and IP stack
1]Type system symbol in the Windows search bar and right-click the command prompt icon. Please select Run as administrator.
2] Enter the following command one by one and hit Enter after each command to run it:
Netsh command winsock reset catalog
This will restore the Winsock entries.
netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log
This command will reset the IPv4 TCP / IP stack.
netsh int ipv6 reset reset.log
This will order a reset of the IPv6 TCP / IP stack.
Restart the system once these commands have been executed.
Solution 2] Run the Network Troubleshooter
1] Click Start button and then the gear symbol to open the file settings page.
2] Go to Updates and security and then to Solve problems language.
3] Select the file Network card troubleshooting and run it.
4] Restart the system and see if it helps.
Solution 3] Power off and on the modem, router, and system
Sometimes the network card does not detect the IP address of the router. We may turn the system off and on again to fix the problem.
1]Change OFF the modem, router and system.
2] Turn on the modem only and wait until all the lights are on and solid.
3] Turn on the router and wait until all the lights are on and steady.
4] Connect any device other than your Windows 10 system (for example your phone) to the router and check if the internet connection is working. If so, proceed to the next step.
5] Turn on the system and let it acquire the IP address.
This is one of the best solutions mentioned in this text and should usually fix the problem. If not, try the following solutions.
Solution 4] Reset TCP / IP
1]Type system symbol in the Windows search bar. Right-click on Symbol of the system and select Run as administrator.
2] Type the following command and press Enter to execute it:
netsh int ip reset resettcpip.txt
3] Restart the system.
Solution 5] Use Microsoft's Fix it tool
Use the network adapter mentioned in the list here. Just click on it, download it and run it.
Solution 5] Update your network drivers
Updating the network drivers may help with the problem. The procedure for updating the drivers is mentioned. Here.
Solution 6] Network reset
1] Click the Start button and then the gear symbol to open the Settings window.
2] Go to Network and Internet >> Status.
3] Click Network reset and follow the procedure to reset the network.
4] Restart the system.
Solution 7] Disable network sharing
1. Press Windows key + R key. together from the keyboard to open the run.
2. Write ncpa.cpl on it and click OK.
3. Right-click on the network and choose property.
4. Make sure Allow users from other networks ... the option is unchecked
Solution 8] Check if the network card is enabled
1] Press Win + R to open the file run window. Write the command ncpa.cpl and press Enter to open the Network Connections window.
2] Right-click the file network card and check if the first option is Enable o deactivate. If enabled, the adapter has been disabled; if disabled, the adapter was enabled. In case the adapter is disabled, Enable that is start again the system.
Hope it helps you!