Recently, I have noticed a small caution triangle showing up with my network symbol on the taskbar. Now and again you may see a yellow warning sign on your Wi-Fi name in the system tray.
In the event that you right-click the Wi-Fi name and select Troubleshoot at that point, you will most likely see the error with a message “Windows could not automatically detect this network’s proxy settings”.
Although the yellow warning sign doesn’t always mean that you will get this error but it’s highly likely especially if you can’t use your internet or if your internet is really slow.
This error can show up whenever with no earlier signs and will no doubt keep you from using the internet.
Change your proxy server settings
- First, Disable the proxy server on Internet Explorer.
- Press Windows Key + R on the keyboard.
- When the Run dialog appears type inetcpl.cpl and hit Enter.
- Click the Connections tab, and then click the LAN settings button.
- Check if your proxy settings are okay.
This method is additionally simple by executing a command in Command Prompt.
- Press Windows Key + X and select Command Prompt (Admin) from the menu bar.
- When Command Prompt starts, type netsh int IP reset resetlog.txt.
- Restart your PC and check whether the issue is resolved.
If you’re unable to access the Command prompt as an administrator, follow the step-by-step solutions in this article to solve the issue.
In the event that the issue is caused by a change in settings due to record or infection at that point performing a System Restore is additionally a good option.
Performing a System Restore is the most option especially if the issue is new or begun after downloading a specific software.
- Press Windows Key + S and enter system restore.
- Select Create a restore point from the list of outcomes.
- The System Properties window will now appear.
- Click on the System Restore button.
- When the System Restore window appears, click on Next.
- Presently you should see a list of recent restore points. If available, check Show additional restore points option.
- Select the desired restore point and click on Next.
- Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the restoration process.
Go here for a total step by step guide to restoring your system from a System Restore Point. Attempt to return to a point when you are certain you didn’t have this issue. Whenever you are done, verify whether the issue is still there or not.
Resetting Network Adapter
- Press “Windows” + “R” to open the Run prompt.
- Type in “ncpa.cpl” and press “Enter” to open the Network Connections settings.
- According to the Network Connections, do press the right-click button on the Network Adapter then it will be showing the disable the option to do.
- Then it might take several seconds to show again the Enable option.
- Wait some time and verify whether the issue still persists.
After restarting your network adapter, the issue should be resolved and your network connection will begin working once again. Remember that this might not be a permanent solution, so you’ll need to repeat it if the issue returns.
Run network troubleshooter
To resolve windows that could not automatically detect this network’s proxy settings you should have to consider them here.
When you right-click on the network connection symbol and select to troubleshoot, it runs the Internet Connections troubleshooter, coming about in the “Windows could not detect proxy settings” error.
In any case, there’s another network troubleshooter you can run that may give more help.
- Open the Settings app and navigate to the Update & security section.
- In the left pane select Troubleshoot.
- Select Network Adapter in the right pane and click on Run the troubleshooter.
- When the Troubleshooter opens, follow the instructions on the screen to complete it.
- Optional: Some clients are recommending to run Internet Connections troubleshooter, so you might want to try that as well.
After finishing the troubleshooting, the issue should be resolved completely.
How would I fix proxy settings on Windows 10?
Here’s how to set a proxy manually in Windows 10:
- Open Settings.
- Click the Network & Internet.
- Click Proxy.
- In the Manual Proxy Setup section, set the Use a Proxy Server change to On.
- In the Address field, type the IP address.
- In the Port field, type the port.
- Click Save; then close the Settings window.
According to the forum of Microsoft that help you well: here