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How To Easily Fix Error 651 In Windows

In this article, we will be lecturing the causes and how to fix Error 651 in Window.

You’re wake up in the morning and you want to launch your PC as usual, but you keep getting Error 651 on your Window 10 computer. However, the first thing to think about is how to solve this kind of problem. In this article, we will be lecturing the causes and how to fix Error 651 in Window.

Note: Error 651 is a relatively minor problem and shouldn’t cause a computer to shut down, restart, or display the blue screen of death.

What Are The Causes Of Error 651 In Windows

This kind of problem can pop up on your PC if you’ve accidentally involve in the causes listed below:

  • Error 651 indicates that an attempt at a connection to the internet was unsuccessful
  • It can also occur when an existing connection has been terminated as well. 

How to fix the error 651 in Your Windows PC

Given the number of issues that can cause the Error 651 message, the solution to this issues to solve the problem are many. However, we listed and explaining everything you need to know to get rid of this error report. Make sure you attempt all solution to ensure fixing it:

Method 1: Restart Your Computer And Modem

According to our listed causes to this problem, our first listed causes indicated that an attempt at a connection to the internet was made and was unsuccessful. 

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However, this is why you have to take a look at your Computer and the Modem that server you internet connection because the problem maybe coming from them. Follow the below steps to troubleshoot your PC and Modem:

  • Firstly, you’re required to turn of your PC and make sure all your current work as been saved before shutting down the computer. 
  • Now, turn the modem off and unplug it from the power source.
  • Disconnect all connected cables from the PC and Modem.
  • Wait for at least 30 seconds. Then reconnect the cables correctly into your modem and computer.
  • Re-plug your modem with the power source, and turn it on.
  • Turn on your PC. After everything are working normally, try to connect again.

Method 2: Check For Windows Updates

Sometimes users might be overlooking this method but most time this issue come in because there’s a new update and you’re required to take a look at it and get your PC updated to the latest version of Windows you’re running. Here’s how to get it done:

  • Go to your Settings.
  • Locate Update & Security and click on it.
  • Now, check if an Update is available.

The Windows update process installs the latest features and security updates. It also scans the computer, fixes errors, and downloads any files that may be missing or corrupted.

Method 3: Update The Network Adapter Driver

Drivers help hardware run correctly. Installing a newer one, if available, could solve the internet connection problem.

Method 4: Disable The Auto Tuning Feature

The Windows auto-tuning features is design to enables your Windows to continually monitor routing conditions such as bandwidth and network delay. For users that uses router to gain connection, this method is for you. 

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  • Type cmd in the search box of the task bar.
  • Right click Command Prompt (If you are using Windows 7, right click cmd) to select Run as administrator.
  • Now, push Yes to confirm.
  • Copy the command below and paste it in your Command Prompt, then press Enter on your keyboard

netsh int ip reset reset.log

Note: After the command completed, try your Internet connection again to see if it works.

Method 5: Reset TCP/IP On Your Windows

TCP/IP is the short term for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol, and used as a communication protocol in the private network. To solve error 651, you can also try to reset TCP/IP to reconnect to the Windows network stack.

  • Type cmd in the search box of the task bar.
  • Right click Command Prompt (If you are using Windows 7, right click cmd) to select Run as administrator.
  • Now, push Yes to confirm.
  • Copy the command below and paste it in your Command Prompt, then press Enter on your keyboard

Note: After the command completed, try your Internet connection again to see if it works.

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