Fix: One or more missing network protocols / missing Windows socket registry entries in Windows 10

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Philippe Gloaguen

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If you can't connect to the network and get an error message saying “One or more network protocols are missing 'or' Windows Sockets registry entries are missing 'appears when you try to run Network Diagnostics, don't worry. This problem could be due to poor network settings on the system.

Initial solutions-

1. Check that all network cables are connected incorrectly. Unplug the Ethernet cable from your computer and plug it back in. Check the network connection.

2. If you are using a router, restart the router and try to connect again.

If any of these simpler tricks don't help at all, look for these solutions:

Fix-1 Disable NetBios on TCP settings-

Disable NetBios File TCP configuration has helped many users.

1. Simply by pressing Tasto Windows + R will open a file run window.

2. To open the Network Connections window. gender "ncpa.cpl“And then press Log in.

3. In the next step, what you need to do is the right mouse button on the network card and then click "Property".

4. To change "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP / IPv4)" double click In that.

5. Then click on "Advanced“Configuration to change it.

6. Now you have to go to the "WinEyelash ".

7. Next, choose "Disable NetBIOS your TCP/IP"option.

8. To save this change, click "ok".

9. Then click "ok".

Close Window Network Connections.

Fix-2 Use CMD to fix it-

By simply passing a command you can reset the IP settings which will fix the problem.

1. Press Tasto Windows + R have lunch run window on your computer.

2. Write "cmd“In that terminal and then press Ctrl + Shift + Enter together.

3. You can solve this problem


Close Window system symbol.

After reboot, it will show this message in the CMD window-

"Restore - OK!

Restart the computer to complete the action. "

Restart your computer. After restarting your computer and trying to connect to the network again.


Some users may see "Access denied“Error message while running this command. Follow these steps to fix the problem:

1. In the beginning, what you should do is write "regedit".

2. Then click on "Registry EditorFrom the search results to open it on your computer.

3. go here

Computer HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM ControlSet001 Control Nsi {eb004a00-9b1a-11d4-9123-0050047759bc} 26

4. Now, on the left side of the window, the right mouse button in "26"And then click"Permissions".

5. Then select "All".

6. Now, check The parameter 'to allow' next to "Total control“To give full access to each of this folder.

7. Now simply click on "To apply"And then in"ok".

Close Registry Editor window.

Now open Window System Symbol and reissue the command (3 pass starting from Fix-2). After running the command, restart your computer.

Your problem will be solved.

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