The message can happen because of technical glitches, you have changed the security key in the router, or driver or configuration problems. Follow these instructions to resolve Limited Connectivity or Limited Access error in Windows 8 and Windows 8.1:

How to fix Wi-Fi Limited Connectivity issue on Windows 8.1

Reset the Windows TCP/IP stack

If the method mentioned above did not solve the problem try deleting the wireless profile in question and connect again. It could be that something went wrong with the wireless security key (WEP or WPA 2) in the router or in your computer and you need to refresh.

Reset Wi-Fi network on Windows 8

Reset Wi-Fi network on Windows 8.1

As it turns out in the new version of the operating system, Microsoft has removed the menu to delete wireless profiles. As such, we can still do the same thing, but we’ll be using the Command Prompt.

Reset WinSock on Windows

If none of the above worked you can open once again the Windows Command Prompt and reset the WinSock, which is the Windows network software. Also, using this command, you’ll need to restart your PC:

Update: If after trying all of the above solutions, you still having Limited Connectivity problems, changing the following network settings could also help. In case none of these fixes resolve the issue, I created another guide that deals fixing Wi-Fi problems in Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.