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Discussion in 'iMac' started by Mijumaru, Jun 14, 2011.
Mine is not, only Wireless N.
Just want to make sure if my iMac is defective or not
Maybe your router is set to only broadcast wireless-N?
My router does not have Wireless N
I can connect and get a response from other Wireless N networks in the area, but no wireless G networks.
All 802.11g networks that show up on my airport list, including all 3 routers that my ISP has sent me, get connection timeouts when I try to connect
My 27" iMac works fine on 802.11g.
My 21.5" 2011 iMac works fine on 802.11g too.
Hope you get it sorted soon!
I'm starting to come to the conclusion that my airport card is defective.
The website states under the new iMac's specs that the airport card should be compatible with not just n and g, but all the other protocols as well.
Problem is this.
As of today, it has been 14 days since ordering it.
If I am to return it, does it have to be within 14 days of ordering it or 14 days of receiving it?
How do you get the info on each AP to display?
Sorry for the mini-derail.
Edit: Nevermind. I was Option Clicking the current AP and not the "fan".
I thought that was cool too, and thought, OSX, it is probably an option click, and that it was...
Option Click the wiFi icon
No problems with wireless here on the off chance I use it
I had issues, to resolve them, I (with advice from Apple) boot from the install DVD, then repaired permissions of the HD.
The 'n' indication is on my 'g' network too.
How do you show the extra information about your network. Mine only shows the router connected.
As stated before, you hold down the OPTION key while clicking the AirPort icon.