|Feb 21, 2012, 04:52 AM||#1|
Wi-Fi Not Working Properly
Yesterday I installed the OS X 10.8 Developer Preview on my MacBook Pro 2011, but now I came to the problem that Wi-Fi is not working properly on it.
OS X says my MacBook Pro is connected to my home Wi-Fi network, but when I start Safari and want to browse it does not load any web pages. Also other apps which require an internet connection are not working unfortunately.
How to solve?
|Feb 21, 2012, 05:51 AM||#3|
When I connect to my neighbour's Wi-Fi Network I can also get connected succesfully, but than the internet connection is also not working. So it looks like it's a driver issue or OSX10.8 issue?
|Jul 15, 2012, 07:36 AM||#5|
ive also just installed the GM and my Wifi is not working at all.
Its connecting to the router with no problems, and all my other devices are working properly.
Ive cleared caches, re-installed and its not working.
This is on my iMac 24" alu.
Ive just rebooted my Snow Leopard backup until the public release is out..
Anyone find out why this is happening?
iMac 24" 2.4 4gb running Mavericks 10.9, Macbook Pro 17" Quad i7 2.2 Hi-res Matt 8gb ram running Mavericks 10.9, iPad2 16gb Wifi: iOS7.0.3, iPhone 5s: iOS7.0.3
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