I just got a software update notification on my Mac Mini (original G4 version), running 10.4.11. I'll admit I was bad and didn't look at everything in the list. There were four items one was a Java update for Mac, another was iTunes 8.0.1 but I'm not sure about the other two. At any rate, I got prompted for a reboot and accepted. When my Mac Mini came back up Airport wouldn't connect. I don't know why, it is turned on and if I select my wifi network it will connect but I'm not getting a correct IP address from my router, instead it gets a self-assigned IP and I can't connect to anything. Other Info: I'm using a D-Link DI-624 router, I'm reasonably familiar with networking stuff I have static DHCP setup for the Mac Mini, I've confirmed the MAC address is correct on the router, though even still I do allow dynamic DHCP as well. Things I've tried: DHCP lease renewal from the network applet Reconfiguring the Airport connection to ensure the WEP password is correct Another reboot of Mac Mini, same behavior again Rebooting my router, no luck Any other suggestions on what might be going on here? All of my other devices wired and wireless are working just fine and I can release/renew and get the proper IP address. Another question, is there a way you can check what you've recently installed through Software Update? Thanks in advance for any help!