Okay so I'm on my iPod because my macbook pro won't connect to the Internet. It's shows that I'm connected to the Internet but when I start network diagnostics, it says that it failed to connected to the ISP, Internet, and server. Airport, Airport settings and Network settings are ok. So I'm guessing that this is happening because of my airport card. From what I've seen in an exploded view of MacBook pro parts, the airport card is located in the part where it holds the screen to the body. I'm thinking that it's the card because every other computer in the house works(mac and non mac) and this problem has been going on for a while now. I would usually have to go plug the Ethernet cable in but is too lazy to do it. I know it's definitely my mac and not the router because my friend bought his mac over and his worked completely fine(he placed it where I usually placed my computer). Unfortunately I live in a country where there are no apple stores and only authorized resellers. Anyways what do you macrumors fellow think about this problem and do you have any recommendations? Any help would greatly be appreciated. Thank you!