Hi everyone. I'm having a huge issue with my 15.4" 2.33GHz MacBook Pro. It won't connect to the internet. My browser says that I don't have an internet connection. Here's what I've tried without any luck: I tried both Firefox and Safari. I tried resetting the browser. I connect directly to a modem, I'm not using a router at all. I unplugged my modem for about 10 seconds, re plugged it, waited and tried it again. No luck. I phoned my IP and they said that the connection is working so I plugged in a PC and the connection works without a problem on the PC. My network settings do show me the proper settings (i.p address etc.) according to the I.P. tech guy, and it does say that there is a connection. I created a new location in my network settings. Used disk utility "First Aid" to verify and repair disk permissions and disk. Performed a "Hardware Check". I was running Leopard 10.5.4, then performed a new system install. I performed a clean install. Tried connecting. Went backwards and Installed 10.4 (Tiger) to see if that would work. Finally, I tried connecting my computer at work. All this with no luck yet. If someone could help me, I would greatly appreciate it My last resort (that I know of) would be to "Resetting an Apple portable's System Management Controller (SMC)".