run the troubleshooter and report the Windows error message or post a screenshot.
You can also follow here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/fix-wi-fi-connection-issues-in-windows-9424a1f7-6a3b-65a6-4d78-7f07eee84d2c
Old computer connecting to new wifi
I have an oldish (approx 2014) dell laptop running Windows 10. I just got a new DSL modem with a built in wifi router. If I connect to the modem via ethernet cable, everything works as expected. If I try to connect via wifi, the connection comes up as "Connected, no internet". My phone and my Kindle seem to be able to connect to the internet by this wifi.
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As francescoperfetto-9416's suggestion, you could use Windows Network Troubleshooter firstly to see if the issue can be resolved. If the issue still existed, please follow the following detailed steps:
A. Please run the following command in a CMD prompt windows with Admin privilege's to see if you have an Internet connection:
B. Update your network adapter driver to the latest version to see if the issue can be resolved.
C. Change the DNS server to 184.108.40.206 for Wi-Fi adapter to see if you could get an Internet connection
D. Uninstall conflicting applications, temporarily disable firewall and antivirus software
E. Reset TCP/IP using the command prompt: open a cmd window with admin privilege and run the following command one by one to check if the no internet issue is resolved.
netsh int ip reset
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Open the dell website > support > enter product or serial number or model > drivers (post a link into this thread) > download and install new wifi drivers > reboot
Download and install Dell support assistant > make sure drivers and BIOS are up to date
Run through the troubleshooting steps in these Dell links:
Connecting and Troubleshoot Internet Connectivity Issues on Your Dell Computer
Windows 10 Wireless Networking Usage and Troubleshooting Guide for the Home
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