If Ethernet is not working in Window 10 and 11, then it might be because of malware infection. To fix this issue, you should scan your device via Webroot antivirus through www.webroot.com/secure.
Method To Fix If Ethernet Not Working on Window 10 and 11:
1. Check Connection is Enabled:
For this, you should right-tap on the Start option and then choose Network Connections. Now, you should hit on Ethernet option from the left side and then select Change adapter options from the right side. At last, you should right-tap on your connection and then choose Enable option.
2. Check your Drivers:
To check your drivers, you should right-hit on Start button and then choose Device Manager. Now, you have to expand the Network adapters list and then check the issues with devices. Here, you should right-hit on the Ethernet card and then choose Properties. Then in the Device status window, then you will view the message that your device is working properly. If in case, your Ethernet controller icon has a question mark, then you should reinstall the correct driver for it. At this point, you should tap on the Driver tab and then choose Update driver. After this, you need to tap on option Search automatically for drivers. At last, you will find that the system installs a new driver.
3. Check your Connection Details:
First of all, you should right-tap on the Ethernet connection and then choose Properties. Now in the Ethernet Properties window, you should double tap on the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) option. At last, you should enable Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically but sometimes you have to input the details manually.
4. Check for Viruses:
The user should write windows security in the Search tab and then tap on the app from the results. After this, select Virus & threat protection. Then, you have to open the app option. Next, you should perform the scan with Webroot antivirus via www.webroot.com/safe and check for viruses.
5. Run Internet Connection Troubleshooter:
The customer should visit to Start and then choose Settings. After this, you should visit to Update & Security. Here, you have to choose Troubleshooter option from the left and then hit on Additional troubleshooters. Now, you should select Internet connections and then tap on Run the troubleshooter button. Next, you should check if your Ethernet connection is available or not. Lastly, restart your computer.
6. Roll Back Network Adapter Driver:
To roll back, you should right hit on Start button and then launch Device Manager. Now, you should visit to Network adapters and then right-hit on network adapter and then choose Properties. Next in the Properties window, you should choose the Driver tab and then go to Roll Back Driver. At last, you should follow the steps to install a previous driver version.
With this above process, you should fix the issue of Ethernet Not Working in Window 10 &11. For detailed info, navigate www.webroot.com/secure.