Fixed: Windows Couldn’t Automatically Bind the IP [2021 Update]

Fix 1. Revert to the Default Network Adapter Settings

One of the most common troubleshooting methods is to revert your Windows to the default network adapter properties settings. By doing so, your network connection only uses the required items. This solution has been proven by many users to be useful. Let’s have a try.

  • QoS packet scheduler
  • Link-Layer Topology Discovery Responder
  • Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
  • Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper I/O driver
  • Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)
  • Microsoft LLDP Protocol Driver
  • Client for Microsoft Networks

Fix 2. Change the Startup Type of WLAN AutoConfig Service

Disabled WLAN AutoConfig service can cause various network issues like Windows couldn’t automatically bind the IP protocol stack to the network adapter. If you recently install a third-party network application, this service might be affected. To fix it, you can follow the steps below to re-enable the WLAN AutoConfig service.

Fix 3. Disable the ANOD Network Security Filter Drivers

Some users reported that the error can be resolved by disabling the ANOD Network Security Filter Drivers in Windows 1903. Probably this is because the network driver is not compatible with your current Windows version. Here you can try it.

Fix 4. Reset the Winsock and Flush the DNS Cache

Winsock plays an important role in supporting your Windows network software to access network service. Once its data get corrupted, you may encounter Windows couldn’t automatically bind the IP protocol stack to the network adapter.

Fix 6. Revert Your System to an Earlier State

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