Quick Solution For Error Code 106

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A few days back, I lost my internet connection my router is working fine on running Windows Network Diagnosis error code 106 is displayed in a window. Being from a non-technical background, I don’t have any idea to solve this issue. Kindly help ASAP.

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #290333

Quick Solution For Error Code 106

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Hi, the error code 106 usually occurs due to misconfigured, damaged Files or not completing the full installation.

You can solve the issue by following methods:

Login into your computer as the administrator and click on all programs followed by selecting accessories and system tools. In system tools select system restore, a new window will appear with a list, choose the latest point and click next after the completion of restoration restart the computer.

Or another method for solving error code 106 is
Download a tool known as error 106 Windows repair utility and install the program. It will start fixing errors automatically after running a scan. Restart your system.

Answered By 590335 points N/A #311251

Quick Solution For Error Code 106

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Error code 106 is related to your network connection. Sometimes the message received is “Error 106 (net::ERR_INTERNET_DISCONNECTED): The Internet connection has been lost”. You need to troubleshoot your connection to fix this problem. First, if you are using a wired connection, check the network cable at the back of your CPU. Unplug the network cable from the network port then plug it back in.

Next, open your web browser and visit a website then try clicking some links to verify if your connection is working. If this doesn’t work, check the other end of the cable connected to the router. Try to unplug it from the router then plug it back in. Test your connection again.

If this doesn’t work, restart your router. If the router has a power button, press it to turn it off then unplug it from the power for about 10 to 20 seconds. Press any button on the router to drain any leftover power or to power cycle. After this, plug the router back to the power and turn it on.

When the router is ready, test your connection again then see if it works. If the problem continues, uninstall your network adapter in the Device Manager then restart the computer. Reinstall your network adapter after booting then see if it works.

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