Strange wireless prob

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  1. Pagga macrumors 6502

    Pagga

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    My household have two Macbooks, one 13" and one 17" (both Unibody).
    Suddenly neither can find the wireless network. Our Imac, however, can.
    What has happened. I tried resetting the Routermodem, but to no avail.

    Can someone please help us? We are desperate
     
  2. AnotherFanBoy macrumors regular

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    1. Which router are you using?
    2. Did you change anything on the laptops before this started happening?
    3. Did you change anything on the router?
    4. Can you connect using a wired connection?
    5. Is the iMac connected wirelessly too?
     
  3. jjo macrumors member

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  4. Pagga thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Zyxel
    No change
    No change
    Yes
    Yes

    Thank you for your interest
     
  5. Pagga thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Seems to be a similar type of problem, yes.
    I really can´t explain it though. At the moment, both our Macbooks has suddenly connected to the wireless again :)
    Connection is slow though. So strange

    Cheers,
    P
     
  6. jjo macrumors member

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    What's odd, and proves its a software problem, is my Macbook Pro 13 works great on my wireless network when I bootcamp in to Windows Vista.

    And, my old black Macbook 13 I replaced worked great, too, on my existing hardware set-up.

    So, all signs point to OSX as it relates to the newer Macbooks. Hopefully, 10.6 will remedy it.
     

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