Mac :: MacBook Pro Won't Connect To Wifi?

Mar 25, 2010

Iphone will, the dell behind connects, but my MBP won't

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MacBook :: Will Old Titanium Running 10.3 Be Able To Connect To Wifi With A Usb Wifi Antenna?

Mar 7, 2012

I have a pretty old Titanium Mac Book that runs OS 10.3.9.  It's a moderately slow machine, but still works-  and although I realize that it won't be able to stream video or anything, I figure it would work for email, and basic web browsing-  But I'm wondering if it's going to be compatible with any new products such as a USB wifi antenna - because the room where I want to use it won't alow for an ethernet connection-   Also, will the old 10.3.9 OS allow me to connect wifi to the newer airport extreme base stations? 

MacBook, Mac OS X (10.3.x)

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MacBook Pro :: Unable To Connect To Wifi - Not Allowing To Connect

Oct 30, 2010

I don't know what's wrong with it.My ipod touch connects just fine and yet when i try to connect my new macbook it won't allow me to connect.I've never owned a macbook - so i have no idea how to fix this.

I currently have the network setup assistant running and configuring - but it's been about an hour and it hasn't done anything.Is there something else i need to do?

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MacBook Pro :: It Cannot Connect To Wifi But Will Connect Through Ethernet

Apr 22, 2012

It is on my home network which I have been using for months. I have made no changes to my router or network setting. Other devices will still connect to the wifi with no problem and I connect through the ethernet connection with no problem. I have disabled the wifi and restarted my computer with no luck.

Info:MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.4)

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MacBook :: How To Connect Wifi

Sep 16, 2009

I have the original 1st generation Core Duo MacBook, and I'm having some trouble with the wifi. Often, when I go to a new location like to a library or a friend's house, I won't be able to connect to the wifi (it will timeout) or it will connect, but the signal strength will be very weak or the internet will be very slow.

It's not that it's out of range, I'm in an area that's known to have wifi and others around me can pick it up fine with full strength. At home, my wifi works fine, but the router is in the same room I use the computer in.

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MacBook Pro :: Wifi Won't Connect To Anything

Feb 29, 2012

My Macbook Pro has been great since I got it last June.  Recently I just did an software update that I believe included something with the wifi/airport setting.  Now I cannot connect to ANYTHING.  My work wifi network I can connect with my iPhone and others have connected to my "puck" wifi from CLEAR.  I have ruled out that the connections I am trying to connect to are the problem.  When I try to connect with my MBP I it tries and then gets greyed out in the top with the exclamation point.  It says: 

Alert: No Internet Connection 

When I have tried to "fix" using the normal processes when clicking on it it says it cannot help me.  I have researched and cleared the network settings in the keychain access.  There was another thing that said to delete the or something like that but when I went to the area in Library/Preferences that file didnt exist.  I need my Macbook to access the Internet. 

I am running Mac OS X Lion 10.7.3 It is a 2.3 GHz Intel Core i5 4GB 1333 MHz DDR3

MacBook Pro (13-inch Early 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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MacBook Air :: It Won't Connect To Wifi

Apr 4, 2012

I have a MacBook Air that is refusing to connect to the home network. The MacBook is a late 2011 model 3,1 core 2 duo, 4Gb RAM 128Gb SSD connecting to a virgin media super hub. Tried the hub with and without enabled security. Sometime the MacBook sees the hub when you try to connect it immediately errors with could not join..... A network timeout occurred.  The Bluetooth seems to be just as flaky. Won't connect to my iPhone?Thinking the wifi/Bluetooth card may be dodgy.  

MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.7)

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MacBook Air :: Can Connect To Wifi On 801.11g Only?

May 31, 2012

I have a MacBook Air. WIFI has been working just fine, until yesterday, after I turned it off to use a LAN network via USB adapter. Ever since I have not been able to reconnect via WIFI, and I get the message (that a lot of people get) of "wifi has the sel-assigned IP address and will not connect to the Internet." I've tried restart, shut-down and wait, tossed preferences, removed preferred networks, renewed DHCP Lease, all repeatedly, but to no avail. 

the strange thing was, today I was somewhere that had 801.11g and 801.11n networks, and I was able to connect on the g network, but not on n. And what was more strange, was that the same Ethernet Lan connection I used yesterday no longer allows me to connect to the Internet, even though the sidebar says Ethernet was connected and showed green light. 

At the same time my iPhone and iPad can both connect to any of the networks. 

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MacBook Pro :: It Can't Connect To WiFi

Jun 13, 2012

Just bought my daughter a 13.6" 2.4 GHz MacBook Pro, and it connects fine to my Apple TimeCapsule in 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz mode with no issues using DHCP. However, when my daughter brings the laptop to her mother's house, and attempts to connect it to her Cisco 2Wire160 (802.11g using WEP) router with DHCP, it doesn't connect. She can select the router, but it doesn't prompt for a password.

When she goes into System Preferences -> Network, WiFi say something about a self-assigned IP address of 169.x.x.x., when that router is chosen.

If I have her delete the router from Advanced in the Preferred Network section, and then connect to any of the neighbor's routers, she's immediately prompted for a password. Attempting to re-connect to the 2Wire160, still doesn't prompt for a password.

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MacBook Pro :: It Cannot Connect To My Wifi

Jun 15, 2012

I received my new Macbook Pro 13 inch on Wednesday this week. I was so excited to get it, however, it's not all been rosy!!!I turned it on and expecting it to connect to my wifi straight away but oh no, it was having none of it. I tried for 3 hours to figure out a way to connect it but it wouldn't work.I have since tried again yesterday and today but still no joy.It can't be the router as our iphones are connected to it fine.


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MacBook Pro :: How To Connect To Wifi

Jun 27, 2012

I have been trying to connect to my wifi but it won't connect

MacBook Pro with Retina display

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MacBook Pro :: Can't Connect On One WiFi But Can On Another?

Aug 25, 2014

I have recently moved to a new place and am now using a shared wifi. To begin with it was slow and kept dropping in and out, now it won't connect at all and says there is no IP address and the wifi icon has an exclamation mark. I can still connect my personal hotspot from my iphone to the same computer, however.

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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MacBook Pro :: IOS 7.1.2 / Won't Connect To WiFi

Sep 6, 2014

I'm on my school campus and mbp won't connect to the wifi. all other devices around are connected, as well as my iphone. I've restarted the computer numerous times And have turned on and off the wifI. I have entered the necessary passwords and nothing is working.

MacBook Pro, iOS 7.1.2

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OS X :: MacBook Cannot Connect To Some Wifi Using Router

Oct 17, 2010

I am a new Mac user with a new Mac book pro. The Mac was connecting to wifi until today. Today I added another wifi connection through mifi hauwaei modem. Since then I cannot connect to my old wifi access point. It connects but not getting the Internet or get to the router using I can still connect to my mifi. My iPhone, iPad and other laptops can connect to my old access point with out any issues. I use zyxel router as my old access point.

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MacBook :: How To Connect IPhone For Wifi

Feb 16, 2010

Ok so we've all heard about the issues with airport on the MacBook. Well I've had mine for about 3 yrs now and this problem with airport wifi connection has progressively been getting worse over the last yr. I took the MacBook in last week and they wanted �170 to put in a new network card and antena. Bit much I think.! So they told me I could buy a �35 USB wifi dongle thing.

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MacBook Pro :: 10.7.3 Won't Connect To Schools Wifi

Mar 13, 2012

Yesterday I purchased a new Macbook Pro and brought it to use on campus today and although the wireless status bar said I was connected I wasn't able to navigate the internet. It would sometimes prompt me to enter my atlas login information but after clicking submit wouldn't do anything or the apple homepage on safari would open and I wouldn't be able to navigate to anywhere else.I called the help desk and was told to go to the tech room, after going there and was told I couldn't be helped I was sent to another lady who called someone and by merely restarting my laptop I was able to navigate the internet. After that I went back to the building I spend all my time in and the I was back to square one. I have searched numerous forums with similar issues and attempted as much as I understood and could and am still unable to connect.Please help, I need so badly to be able to connect to wifi on this computer while at school!

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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MacBook Air :: Why Does Wifi Not Connect To A Network

Mar 25, 2012

Since about 2 days ago, my wifi on my Macbook air running 10.7.3 Lion does not connect to any wireless network, whether it's naked, WEP encrypted, or WP2 encrypted.  It fails on 'Network Settings' Network Status step (Wi-fi and Wi-fi settings are 'green').  In fact, I can use my other Macbook running 10.7.2 Lion as well as my Android phone to connect to the wireless networks my Macbook air cannot connect to.   

What I find really weird is I tried re-installing Lion on my Macbook air using the 'command-R' key on bootup.  I was able to successfully connect to my WEP encrypted router during the re-install. But once it was done and re-booted I once again cannot connect to any wifi. 

So something really funny is going on while OS-X is fully booted on my Macbook air. 

This is pretty crummy situation to be in because the Macbook airs don't have a default ethernet jack built into it, so the computer is somewhat useless.

MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.7.3), wifi

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MacBook Air :: Doesn't Connect To WiFi

Apr 22, 2012

I just bought my new dream (MacBook Air 11") on the last tuesday.

Today I was exited about turning on my Mac and using it for the whole day like everyday since the last tuesday.

Then, I saw this exclamation mark on the WiFi icon that says it can't connect to the WiFi. I tried to connect to my other WiFi network and the same thing happend.

MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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MacBook :: Wifi Won't Connect To Internet

May 1, 2012

the wifi works perfectly here but my macbooks wifi seems to not connect to any wifi.  My iphone connects with no problem. 

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MacBook Pro :: Cannot Connect To Internet Via WiFi

Jun 10, 2012

Why does my macbook pro don't connect to my wifi.

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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MacBook Pro :: Unable To Connect To Wifi

Jul 1, 2012

My father made a wifi network for our house. When I got my Macbook Pro in December 2011, I had no problem connecting to it. As soon as I turned on my computer, I was automatically connected. However, for at least 2 months now, I am unable to connect to my network. When I try connecting, a message will pop up saying: "Unable to join network, Connection timeout occured." I talked to someone from AppleCare, and they told me since my router to the wifi network was not from Apple, I would have to unplug the router and turn off my computer. Then wait 2 minutes or so, and turn everything back on. Is there anny way I could try connecting to my network without turning off my computer?

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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MacBook Pro :: Not Able To Connect To Internet Via WiFi

Jul 2, 2012

I have moved to a new place and I was able to connect my imac and mobile devices to the internet via WIFI but not my macbook pro. I have tried all the suggestions I have seen here but didn't work. Such as: turning off and on the airport, restarting the router, renewing DHCP lease, entering all ip data manually, deleting the network and putting it back, etc.

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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MacBook Air :: Can't Connect To WiFi And Have To Switch Off

Nov 30, 2014

Since Yosemite I have the following problem with my wi-fi: every time my MacBook Air is not in use i can't connect to my wi-fi and have to switch off and then on again to be able to connect. Never had this problem before and the various iPhones in the household work perfectly well with wi-fi.

MacBook Air (13-inch Mid 2013), iOS 8.1.1, upgraded to Yosemite

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MacBook Pro :: Can't Connect To Netgear WiFi

Jun 28, 2014

I have a Netgear N900 router and although I can find the signal I cannot connect to the wifi.  Each time I clicked on it, it would fail to connect and say to move closer to the router.  However the router has already been upgraded to make the signal strong enough to reach my room.  I have tried restarting the router and it has not worked.  I have gone into the router through my browser and reserved an IP address and changed my network settings on my computer to "using DHCP with manual address" and entered the reserved IP address.  I restarted my computer but now my macbook pro says that it is connected but I can't connect to the internet when i open a browser.  I'm not sure if I'm not reserving the IP address correctly or if there is another solution to this problem. 

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OS X :: My MacBook Won't Connect To My Home WiFi Network?

Dec 10, 2010

My MacBook, circa 2007, refuses to connect to my home WiFi network, despite having added my MAC address, being WPA encrypted, updated firmware and the like. I haven't had a problem in the last year, until I started taking my laptop to work. It connects to my work wifi network, WPA encryption, and every other network. I have no idea why it wont connect at home. I'm running snow leopard, other macs and PCs at home can connect... It seems I'm missing some odd quirk, I've seen a few threads of similar complaints, but no working resolution. Any ideas? I've wiped out Safari, cleaned all network settings, and it all started once my use shifted predominantly from home to work. Hmpf.

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MacBook :: MBA Wifi Slow To Connect After Sleep?

Mar 2, 2008

Does anyone else notice the MBA takes a long time to reconnect to your wifi network after awaking from sleep? I'd say it takes 10-15 seconds vs. a MBP which takes less than 5 seconds.Not a huge deal, but I'd say it's one of the slowest notebooks I've used to reconnect to a wifi network.

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OS X :: Macbook Won't Connect To Home Wifi WEP Protected?

Mar 30, 2009

I took my macbook back from uni today as I'm home for easter. I tried to connect to our home network and it asked me for a WEP password. I entered the one my Dad used to set up the connection on his PC. I keep getting a connection timeout and hence it won't connect.I installed windows via boot camp and also tried to connect it that way. I put the password in the same way as my Dad had done on his PC and it said the signal strength was excellent, but the status said little or no connectivity.

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MacBook Pro :: How Can I Connect To WiFi? - Using Charter Cable

Nov 17, 2009

I just moved into my cousins house, which is a lot closer to my university. For the past year have lived about 20 miles away and fortunately now am under 3 miles away.My current situation (don't wanna call it a problem, hoping we'll find a solution) is that his WiFi network is located on one end of his house, while i'm staying on the other side. His house isn't somewhat big, def. more vast than anything i'm used to...but the WiFi is on the south side of the house. My guest bedroom and small work area is on the north side, i'm guessing 40 or 50ft away.He had WiFi using Charter Cable and won't budge drilling another hole in the middle of the house so I could get reception. Nor will he have a long cable from the south side go to even the middle of the home.

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Mac :: Macbook Pro Airbook Won't Connect To Wifi Or Via Ethernet?

Mar 16, 2010

My mac book air pro book laptop won't connect to the Wifi or via ethernet in my hotel room.Although yesterday, we were in another hotel and it connected fine.
My other HP Pavilion belonging to my fiance's laptop works fine in the room.
The technician tested the in room connection but was not authorized to help me with my Mac individually.It sees the connection under the wireless networks, it connects to the network but upon trying to gain access to a web page, it appears as if I am off line or not connected.

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MacBook Pro :: Wifi Won't Connect To Home Network

Apr 8, 2012

I can see my neighbors network but it doesn't even show my home network.  Both iPhones are connected and working fine, our blu ray player is linked and getting good signal.... One day it just happened to not be there and it won't find it anymore.  I have the Medialink n-router. I haven't changed any router settings...

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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