I know that there is a thread that is compiling problems and issues with Snow Leopard, but I am having an issue that I feel needs a bit more attention then a post several hundred posts deep in a thread. I haven't been able to browse the forums lately and got nothing from a MRoogle search, so I apologize if this has been posted already. I moved in to college on the 28th and installed Snow Leopard that night. My dorm has no wifi and you can only access the internet through an ethernet connection. The problem is that all of the academic buildings use wifi access to access the internet and network. Airport on my MacBook will not work at all, I cannot turn it off, I cannot connect to a secured or unsecured network, cannot create a network, nothing. When I click the link to turn Airport off nothing happens. When I attempt to connect to the University's wifi and enter my passcode I get a "Connection Failed" notice. I am unable to connect to any wifi network and essentially have no ability to use Airport to connect to the internet. This is a big problem in my classes and other buildings besides my dorm as I have no ability to access the internet. This has only happened since I upgraded to Snow Leopard, so I am attributing the problem to that along with the other little bugs I am having. Has anybody else had this problem and found a way to solve it? Because this essentially keeps my computer locked down to my dorm room which can be a real pain. I am tempted to reinstall Snow Leopard tonight or something along those lines to see if there is anything I can do to repair it, but if there is a simpler fix then I would gladly like to hear of it. My computer is a late-2007 MacBook (Santa-Rosa).