|Jun 10, 2007, 11:28 AM||#1|
iBook G4 and AEBS N not finding network after sleep
I have an iBook G4 and an Airport Extreme N. When I turn on the notebook, or after waking the notebook from sleep, the iBook can't find my home network. It asks if I want to join my neighbors network. I say no, and then use the drop-down in the title bar to choose my network. The drop-down sees the network, but it won't automatically connect.
Does anyone have any ideas how to correct this minor annoyance?
|Jun 10, 2007, 11:30 AM||#2|
System Preferences > Network
Select Airport, then in the tab it has something that says "By default, join..." choose "Preferred networks" from the dropdown list and delete all networks except yours.
iPad | 15" MacBook Pro | black (iPhone 3GS|MacBook) | Mac mini server
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