OS X V10.7 Lion :: Doesn't Connect To The WiFi Network And Displays The Message Wi-Fi

Apr 2, 2012

All of a sudden my macbook A1278 late 2008 doesn't connect to the WiFi network and displays the message Wi-Fi: No hardware installed. (it connects fine with a cable)

MacBook, Mac OS X (10.7.3), A1278 late 2008

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Mac Mini :: It Doesn't Connect To Preferred WiFi Network

Feb 10, 2012

I have Mac Mini (mid 2011) and I didnt upgarde to recent Lion update, so am still on 10.7.2, but suddnelly everytime i restart my mini or wakes up from sleep mode, I have to re-choose my wi-fi network from a network list!!

I don't know how I can let my mini connect automatically to my wi-fi network?

Info:Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Why Does Picture Pop Up When Connect To WiFi Network

Mar 7, 2012

Now why does this pop up along with another confirmation window similar to this one? I'm running Mac OS Lion. . .

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7)

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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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OS X :: Mac Does Not Auto Connect To Wifi Network

Jun 19, 2009

my mother's MacBook Pro doesn't automatically connect to our home's wireless network. It's encrypted with WPA2. My MBP and my sister's MacBook stay connected fine. My mother's, however, requires her to click on the AirPort icon at the top and select our network each time she wakes it or boots it up. This only started happening when I put WPA2 on the network. How do I fix this?

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OS X :: Mac Can Connect To The Wifi Network But IPhone Can?

Sep 9, 2009

I am in a hotel and my Mac can connect to the wifi network but my iPhone can?t.Is it possible to share my Macs wifi connection with my iPhone?

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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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Intel Mac :: Wifi Doesn't Connect Anymore

Jun 23, 2012

My Imac (mid 2007 snow leopard) doenst connect to wifi any more. it used to work but is seems broken. (nothing changed at the network) It doens recognize networks but when ik try to connect it times out.

I tried serveral networks, even removed te password protection of the net works but it doens connect. I tryed the hardware test by pressing D at start up but it dint gave any errors.. 

My macbook pro connects normally and all by other wifi devices work fine.. 

iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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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 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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Macbook Pro Won't Connect To Wifi Network At Home

May 7, 2012

My macbook pro won't connect to my wifi network at home

MacBook Pro (13-inch Mid 2009), Mac OS X (10.5.8)

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OS X Mavericks :: IMac Will Not Connect To Network Via WiFi

Aug 24, 2014

My 27" iMac will not connect to my network via WiFi. I am running Mavericks. I have 2 other computers connecting via wifi, my ipad and phone both connect and my wife's ipad connects as well. My computer can see the network but it simply WILL NOT let me connect. I can connect via ethernat cable.

iMac, OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)

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

Sep 3, 2014

I Am using my phone to post this because my computer won't connect to the internet. I am at school and to access the internet you have to connect and then open a browser to accept terms. With my phone the login auto pops up when I connect and same with my iPad but my new MacBook Pro retina doesn't pop anything up and when I go to the browser and try to get the login page to show up all I he is network error. Wifi symbol shows and ! With an alert no internet connection. Tried running diagnostics and that did nothing. Restarted to no avail.

MacBook Pro with Retina display, iOS 7.1.2

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MacBook Pro :: It Doesn't Reconnect To Hidden SSID Wifi Network

Apr 14, 2012

I have a MacBook Pro running OS X 10.6.8.  I just added a wifi network with a hidden SSID to my saved, preferred networks list.  Unlike networks with visible SSIDs, my Mac won't automatically reconnect to it. I hate having to re-enter the password each time. 

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8), 24" Cinema

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IMac :: Airport On 27" - WiFi Doesn't Connect

Jun 23, 2010

Since the latest update of OSX, I'm encountering trouble with my WiFi connection. My old sony laptop has no problem connecting, so I'm guessing the problem must be with the iMac, and not with the network. When I boot the mac, everything is OK, I get connected. But after a while (less then half an hour) it looses connection to internet. In the airport icon appears a " ! ". To get my mac back on the network, I have to reboot it. It's not a signal problem, my mac always finds the network, but it doesn't connect. My password is asked, I'm sure I entered it wright, but it's asked over and over, no connection possible. I tried changing DHCP to a fix IP, deleting the network and reconnect as if it's a new one, and little stuff like that, nothing helps. Only way is to reboot.

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MacBook Pro :: It Doesn't Connect Automatically To Home WiFi

May 5, 2012

i upgraded my Netgear DG834PN router to the latest firmware and changed the security to WPA2 encryption and ever since then my MBP doesn't snap back on to the WiFi automatically? when selected manually, it connects fine, just not automatically after sleep or being away from the house?

MBP 15.2, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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IMac :: Not Connect To Home WiFi Network - Timed Out

Mar 24, 2010

Yesterday I got my new iMac 21,5'. After starting it up, the airport would not work. The open network (not password protected) was detected, but every attempt to connect to it ended with a "timed out" error message. I tried to deactivate and reactivate the airport a few times. With no luck. Both my iphone and a cheap netbook would get a valid connection in the meantime. So it's not a network issue.

It's a d-link router and it's about half a meter from the imac. My previous macbook with tiger worked perfectly with this connection. I tried to change the wireless channel from 7 to 6 and this did not solve the issue. Or at least not right away. I tried again after say 15 minutes, and it worked. However, tried again in the morning, and got the "timed out" error message one more time. I have installed the airport software update

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MacBook :: Cannot Connect To Wifi - Use WPA2 Security On The Network?

May 23, 2010

I've done a little digging and cannot find an answer to this problem.I have a Macbook circa November 2008 and a Netgear WNR854T Router.I try to connect to my wireless network but my Macbook won't do it. It will list my network in the network list and will connect to other unsecured networks but not to mine. I use WPA2 security on the network.Alternatively, my Macbook Air, Mac Mini, iPhone, iPod Touch, Blackberry, Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii have no problems connecting.

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Hardware :: Time Capsule And Vista Can Connect To The WIFI Network

Feb 27, 2010

Just replaced a 500 gb time capsule with a new dual band 1 tb time capsule (first one died). My iMac, ipods, ps3 and wii all can connect to the network and work great. My wife's HP laptop, which worked fine 3 days ago, isn't connecting well. It picks up the "excellent" signal to connect to the local network made by the time capsule, but can not connect to the bigger internet. In other words, no browsing, email...etc. the signal is "excellent, and all other devices in the house can "see" and use the internet

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Applications :: That Lets Connect To Secure Wifi - Wireless Network?

May 14, 2010

I've heard of apps that let you connect to any wireless network wep/wpa whatever, without knowing the password, just lets you connect. I can't seem to find one though. Does anyone here know of such an app?

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ITunes :: Connect To WiFi Network For Downloading Item On Computer?

Mar 22, 2012

I am trying to rent some movies in the iTunes store but regardless of what account I use it keeps popping up with the message of: "This item cannot be downloaded on this network, you must connect to a wifi network or download it on your computer". My computer is already online, I am able to access the iTunes store, just not download!

Macbook, Mac OS X (10.4.11)

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MacBook Pro :: Added A New Network Location, & Now IPhone 4 Won't Connect To Wifi?

Apr 6, 2012

I've got a macbook pro which was working fine via wifi …. We had a power-cut last week and things have now gone rather mental. When trying to connect to the internet via wireless, it kept coming up with “Wi-Fi does not have an IP address and cannot connect to the Internet.”

So I ran a search on google on how to try and sort it. I followed the following instructions : Add a New Network Location & Renew DHCP LeaseLaunch “System Preferences” from the  Apple menuSelect the “Network” panelClick on the “Location” pull down menu and choose “Edit Locations…”Click on the + plus icon to add a new network location, give it a unique name, and click “Done”Back at the Network panel with the newly created location selected, click on “Advanced” in the bottom right cornerClick on the “TCP/IP” tabClick on “Renew DHCP Lease” and wait for the numbers on the left to repopulate, then click “OK”

I was absolutely thrilled as it worked!!! … and continues to work ... The only problem now is that my Macbook is the only one in the house that can connect to the internet wirelessly. When I try and connect my iPhone 4 it asks me for the Password then says “Unable to join network” and also my mums laptop refuses to join wifi …. She’s not happy with me as she now has to run it via ethernet. I tried to set up my iPhone manually, but with no joy as I'm not sure what I'm doing

Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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MacBook Pro :: For WiFi Network Connect AirPort Base Station To Modem

Mar 1, 2010

For wireless: [URL]. Click wireless basics. "For a WiFi network you need an apple Airport base station connected to your cable/dsl modem". Can't I just hook up a wireless router to my cable modem, and ta-da, WiFi.

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Hardware :: Time Capsule To Existing Wifi Network - Cannot Connect A Computer To The LAN Port?

Dec 14, 2008

I've just joined a Time Capsule to my existing wifi network and it's working fine. However, if I try to connect a computer to the LAN port, I can't ping the TC. Is this by design?

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MacBook Pro :: Connect To A BluRay DVD With A Wireless Bridge Via Wifi Network To Run Slide Shows?

Mar 23, 2012

Can I connect my MacBook Pro to a BluRay DVD having a wireless bridge via our wifi network to view iPhoto slideshows on our HD TV via the BluRay DVD player?

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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Intel Mac :: When Returning From Sleep Preferred Network Doesn't Connect

Feb 16, 2012

After returning from sleep mode my prefered network won't automatically connect. I checked the settings and its set to automatically connect to my network. I have to turn of the wireless and then turn it back on or select my network before it will connect.

iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2010), iOS 5.0.1, 10.7.3

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Software :: Builtin Ethernet - Connect Cable Doesn't Register In Network Panel

May 29, 2009

I'm having a problem using my Built -in Ethernet. I have iMac running Macosx 10.4.11. Everytime I connect a cable it doesn't register it in the Network Panel, It tells me that, 'The cable for Built - in Ethernet is not plugged in.' I have tried a couple of different cables, neither work, but they do work with my Macbook running Macosx 10.5.6. So I don't think there's a problem with the cables. Do I need to configure anything or should they work automatically as they do on the Macbook?

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MacBook :: Macbook Wont Connect To The Internet Via Wifi - Getting Message On Icon?

Nov 24, 2010

My macbook connects to my wifi connection which is secured without any issues. However it wont let me connect to the internet. I keep getting a message on the airport icon that has an exclamation point on it that says "no internet connection available." Also, when I open up the network settings under the airport settings, it says self assigned ip address can not connect to internet. I have no idea what is going on because all of my other computers and xbox is connecting to the internet just fine. I already tried to restart the router and the modem and I also emptied the cache on the macbook. I tried to call Comcast but they were not very helpful.

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Hardware :: Connect To Time Capsule While Connecting To Wifi Network At Same Time?

Sep 22, 2009

I recently purchased a Time Capsule to use as a wireless hard drive. I connect to the internet both through wifi and ethernet to a educational network that does not allow extra routers, etc, to be added to the network, therefore I can not use the time capsule for this wifi.

I therefore want to connect to my early 2009 MBP17unibody to both the academic internet network for http/pop3/ftp/etc while simultaneously connecting to external hard drive to store data/itunes-library/etc.

I expect this has been asked before but I can't find any threads where it has. If anyone knows it would be highly helpful. I'd prefer to connect to both wirelessly but I could potentially put up with connecting to either or both with ethernet.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: How To Change Name Of WiFi Network

Mar 16, 2012

There must be a way to rename one's own wifi network, but I can't seem to find where that can be done.I opened Network Preferences and tried clicking Advanced, but I don't see anything there that looks like it would do it. How is it done?

iMac (Flat Panel), Mac OS X (10.7.3), 2.4GHz IC2Duo 4GB 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM

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