|Sep 28, 2007, 04:42 PM||#1|
Problem with MacBook and AEBS (G)--any thoughts?
I'm at my wit's end--I've posted about this earlier, and was hoping for an update--pretty routinely (about once a day or worse), I'll lose my wireless connection to my AEBS (the 802.11g one, not the new one)--what's weird is that it's not even "lost," it just goes down to 4 bars and suddenly Internet doesn't work. Turning off and on Airport on my MacBook (Core 2 Duo, 2 GHz) does the trick, but it's ridiculously annoying.
From what I can tell, it may be a MacBook, not an AEBS issue. Has anyone else had this problem? Should I get the new AEBS (802.11n), or am I just doomed to be restarting my wireless card every five minutes?
Thanks for any help everyone!
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