In 1995, about just 1% of the total populace was on the web. Twenty years later, and in excess of three billion individuals, nearly half of the planet, have an Internet connection. Being unable to connect to the Internet these days can be frustrating and make you sense that you are back in 1995. In the event that you are utilizing the Windows 10 operating system and accepting an "WiFi doesn't have a valid IP configuration" blunder, then you know how it feels. This prevents utilization of WiFi and is a typical issue experienced by Windows clients. The issue concerning not having a valid IP configuration can happen regardless of whether you are utilizing an Ethernet connection on your computer. Fortunately you can easily fix this issue.
The "WiFi doesn't have a valid IP configuration" blunder message indicates that there is an issue with your computer TCP/IP stack – a set of network protocol layers that can work negatively together to result in an interruption to your Internet.