If you’re experiencing The Default Gateway is not present on your system You should be able to resolve the issue using steps to troubleshoot as described below.
The default gateway is not available Error message in Windows 10
The Default Gateway isn’t accessible error that you are experiencing on your computer may occur due to many reasons, which range from outdated Network Adapter drivers, incorrect IP settings, or other causes.
1. Restart the computer
Beginning with the most basic and often ignored troubleshooting step to do this, turn off the computer. Allow it to fully shut Down . Wait 30 seconds, then restart the computer.
This easy troubleshooting method can be helpful, especially in the event that the issue is result of blocked processes and programs in your PC.
2. Run Network Adapter Troubleshooter
Check next to see whether you can use the integrated Network Adapter Troubleshooter as available in Windows 10 can help you in resolving the issue.
Navigate to Settings, Update and Security > click Troubleshoot on the left. In the right-hand side you will see Additional Troubleshooters.
Next, choose Network Adapter and then click Run the Troubleshooter.
Follow the screen instructions while the Troubleshooter attempts to solve the problems with your PC.
3. Update Network Adapter Driver
The general rule is that Windows 10 should automatically update the Network Adapter, but this isn’t always the case.
Click on the Start button, then select Device Manager. On the Device Manger Screen Expand Network Adapters entry. Right-click on the WiFi adapter and then select update Driver Software option.
Tips: If you see several entries, search for something that says Network, 802.11b or has WiFi within it.
Next, choose Search Automatically for Updated Driver Software option. Follow the steps to install the driver.
4. Reset TCP/IP
Enter “Command Prompt” in the search bar, then right-click the Command Prompt and choose Run as Administrator.
In the Command Prompt window in the Command Prompt window, type netsh winsock reset then hit Enter.
Then close your Command Prompt window, Restart your computer and verify whether the issue is resolved.
5. Stop Computer from switching off Network Adapter
The issue that causes WiFi disconnection on Windows 10 is also known to be caused by the computer’s automatic shut-off of the WiFi adapter to save energy.
Click to the top of the screen, then select Device Manager. On the screen for Device Manager open the Network Adapters entry. Right-click to select WiFi Adapter and click Properties.
Tips: In case you have lots of entries, look for something that reads Network (or 802.11b or that has WiFi in it.
On the Properties screen, choose The Power Management tab. Uncheck allow the computer to turn off this device to conserve the power option.
Click OK and save this configuration on your computer.
Then your computer will not be able turn off the Network Adapter. This will fix the issue.
6. Temporarily disable the Antivirus Software temporarily.
The issue may be due to the Antivirus software application running on your system preventing access to the default gateway.
To confirm, disable the Antivirus Software that is installed on your PC and observe how this affects the resolution of the issue.
7. Verify for Malware
This issue could be caused by Network configurations on your computer getting modified by malware or viruses.
You can scan your PC for malware with Windows Defender Offline Scan and Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool which is available from Microsoft’s download website.