How Webroot Helps to Fix Wi-Fi Certificate Error on Window 10?

Some users face Wi-Fi certificate error on Window 10. Due to this issue, the user cannot connect to the network or can access website. For security of your device, the user should install Webroot antivirus in their device via www.webroot.com/secure. In this blog, you will read the method to fix Wi-Fi Certificate error on Window 10.

Method To Fix Wi-Fi Certificate Error on Window 10:

1. Check Time & Time Zone:

For this, you should right-tap on Start option and then open Settings. After this, you should select Time & Language. Now, you should disable and re-enable time and time zone automatic settings. Here, you should Restart your PC. In case, the issue still persists, then you should manually set the time and time zone.

2. Update your Network Drivers:

Sometimes, issue occurs with both Wi-Fi and Ethernet connections is due to the outdated network drivers. To fix this issue, you should download the latest drivers for your hardware as faulty drivers can cause issues. It is highly recommended that you should update your drivers from Windows settings. For this, you should open the Device Manager panel from the taskbar and then find the network drivers and just right-tap on it and then choose update. Or, the user can use DriverFix software tool to update drivers. This tool will scan your system for outdated, damaged or missing drivers and then fix it.

3. Set Windows Time Service Startup to Automatic:

First in the Windows Search bar, you should write Services and then open Services. After this, you should search for Windows Time service and then right-tap on it. Here in the contextual menu, you should tap on Restart option. If you still find the issue, then you need to right-tap on the Windows Time service and then open Properties. At last, you should change the Startup type from Manual to Automatic and then confirm the changes.

4. Restore Advanced Network Settings to Defaults:

To restore, in the Windows Search bar you need to write Internet Options and then open Internet Options. After this, you should select the Advanced tab. Here, you should tap on the Restore advanced settings. Now, you should scroll down through the Settings list till you find “Warn about certificate address mismatch” setting. At this point, you should uncheck the box. At last, you should confirm the changes and then reset your PC.

5.  Enable Hyper-V:

To enable Hyper-V in the Windows Search bar, you should open Windows Features and then open Turn Windows features on or off. Here, you need to check the Hyper-V box just to enable it. At last, you need to confirm the changes and then restart the PC.

With this above solution, you can fix the issue of Wi-Fi Certificate Error on Window 10. To protect your Window 10 PC from viruses, you must install Webroot antivirus through www.webroot.com/secure.