I want to kill my mbp

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by celebrian23, Jun 17, 2006.

  1. celebrian23 macrumors 65816

    celebrian23

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    #1
    I am so angry at it!

    1. Well it refuses to keep my ichat connection. It constantly loses it. All the freaking time.

    2.Yesterday it refused to connect to the internet. I connect using an ethernet cord- when the windows desktop isn't in use. Well starting yesterday it claims it's not connected to the internet. This forces me to use the family windows desktop. I am not happy.

    Okay I'm done ranting. Just had to get that out :)
     
  2. PlaceofDis macrumors Core

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    i'm assuming that you're having problems with the Airport on your MBP?

    is this the only computer on the wireless network? if no, are the other machines experiencing issues?
    what kind of router do you have?
    have you tried to adjust the settings for better connections?
     
  3. Erendiox macrumors 6502a

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    If it's any help to you, Chax is a great program that adds features to iChat. It includes one that reconnects in the event that iChat drops out. Works great on my iBook. It's a Universal Binary so it should work fine on your MBP.

    As far as your general internet problems, that's very strange. Have you checked through your network settings to make sure nothing is amiss? Try reseting them to default. Also, sometimes a simple restart is a remedy for any problem.

    Good luck!
     
  4. daze macrumors 6502

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    Connecting using Airport? Do the drop outs happen when connecting use the cable?
     
  5. JMG macrumors 6502a

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    It souds like you should be mad at your isp rather than your macbook pro.
     
  6. twistedlegato macrumors 65816

    twistedlegato

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    WAIT....dont kill it just yet!!!!........can i have it??:p ;)
     
  7. McBain macrumors member

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    Before blaming your MacBook, you should try using another Ethernet cable. If you're using a router, try rebooting that too.
     
  8. someguy macrumors 68020

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    Yeah, sounds like your connection in general is just shotty. Does the Windows desktop have any trouble using an instant message client?
     
  9. celebrian23 thread starter macrumors 65816

    celebrian23

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    Amazing what changing the ethernet cable can do. It was quite old- replacing it completely fixed all problems
     

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