NetAdapter Repair All in One. Fix network problems in one click

What is NetAdapter Repair All in One?

It is a very useful utility designed to fix the majority of problems related to Windows networking.  netadapter-repair0

When do I need to use it?

NetAdapter Repair utility is very useful when you need to fix problems caused by the malware activity (after you have removed the malware):

  • change harmful DNS servers to the correct ones;
  • clear the traces of malware from the hosts file;
  • delete malicious routes, etc.

Download NetAdapter Repair

Download the utility from the official website: //

How to fix network with NetAdapter Repair

The utility does not need to be installed. Launch NetAdapter Repair as administrator:


The number of features can be subdivided into two groups:

  • Simple recovery;
  • Advanced repair that requires restart.

Simple operations

If you need to reset the hosts file, flush dns cache, clear route table:

1. First select all operations you wish to perform.

2. Then press Run all selected:


Advanced Network repair

This mode does the following:

1. WinSock / TCP IP Repair.
2. Clear all Proxy / VPN Settings.
3. Windows Firewall Repair.

All you need to perform tha advanced Repair is to press corresponding button and click OK:


The procedure will take about 20 to 30 seconds. After that the system will be restarted to completely reset the network adapter:


The NetAdapter Repair utility will help you fix many of the most common problems with the network.


  1. Came across your site while researching an issue where my wireless would connect to my Lan, but no internet access. I followed your instructions to turn off ‘WebShield’ on my Avast Antivirus, and that seems to have cured the problem. I was excited to see your Network adapter repair tool and downloaded it and bookmarked the site in case something funny happens again. I ran the tool to see what it does, and as a systems administrator, I see that it essentially automates the many troubleshooting steps and fixes that one would go through when chasing down a connectivity issue.
    Thanks for assembling all of that into such a handy tool!

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