|Jul 22, 2011, 07:49 PM||#1|
MacBook Losing Wifi After Wakeup
I noticed with Lion, if I put my MacBook to sleep (close the lid) and re open it, the wireless gets dropped. In SL it would automatically join back to the wifi.
The only way I can fix this in Lion is to goto the Wireless icon in the task tray and manually select my hot spot.
anyone else have this problem, and know of a fix
'11 MacBook Air; '09 Unibody MacBook; iPad 4 (16GB LTE); iPad2 (16GB Wifi); iPhone 5s; Phone 4S; Apple TV ('10); iPod 20GB; iPod Nano 4GB; PowerBook G4 800; PowerBook G4 500.
|Jul 22, 2011, 08:59 PM||#2|
Mine does the exact same thing on my 27" iMac. If my computer goes to sleep and wakes up it won't be connected to my router. I have to reselect it. This didn't happen in Snow Leopard to me at all, so it's a Lion bug... Just like the many others, I think I may go back to SL tonight.
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