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1) You need to configure your Mac (the one connected to your modem) to share its Internet connectivity with other wireless devices. To do this, select System Preferences from the Apple menu, and then click on Sharing. 2) In the Sharing window, click on the Internet tab to bring up Internet Sharing. Select Built-in Ethernet from the Share your connection menu. Then, select Airport in the To computers using list 3) Click on the Airport Option button to configure some wireless security options. You Only want to be sharing your wireless connection with Your Other computer. Enter a Network Name, select channel as Automatic, and enable encryption and enter a WEP password, which will be required to join your new wireless network. now click on Ok 4) Now your mac is acting a wireless router just connect to your network from other computers and enter the WEP key when it ask for it. You found this to be an excellent solution when you don’t have a wireless router, but would like occasional wireless access in your home or small office. Regards Sandeep Shrivastava
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1.Click on the Apple button, which opens the main menu. Select "Network" and then press "Configure" on the network page. Check the box next to "Show AirPort status in menu bar" and now click the Airport icon, which looks like a signal. Note that if you already have airport enabled, you can skip this step. 2. Choose a network from the list that pops up after you click the Airport icon. You will see all the wireless networks in range of your computer, including wireless Internetnetworks. If the network has a password (closed network), a box will pop up asking you to type in the password. Click "OK" and you should connect to the network right away. 3.Go to the folder that contains the hard drives and you will see a folder that is called "Network Folders" and it will contain all the shared folders on the network. To share your folders, go to "System Preferences" and select the "Sharing" button. Put a check in the "File Sharing" box and then click the "+" sign to choose the folders you are going to add. Once you have selected all the folders that you wish to share, click the "+" button next to "Users" and select the users you wish to share the file with, or select all of them. Select the arrow on the top left corner of the screen to apply the changes.
if they both don't work, it's probably a configuration error in your network settings.
go to system preferences, network, and in locations, edit and create a new location. This sets you up from fresh with networking defaults. You may have to set up new airport and passwords to access the wireless, but this should get you up and running..
As long as the lcd cable connects to the new screen it should work just fine. Just power it on before putting all the screws back to make sure.
In regards to the wireless I don't understand the question completely. The 2006 will probably only have two wires...just make sure they go where the white and black ones did. You'll just lose a lot of the "N" network strength.
Hopefully that answers you questions. If not, let me know.
Yes you can connect a Mac to your home network either wirelessly or using an Ethernet connection. Click on Apple menu, select System Preferences, in the preferences window, click Network. In the left column, click on Ethernet or Airport (for wireless), then click the 'Assist Me' button. The Internet Assistant will step you through setting up a new network configuration or location.
You need to check your network card software your problem may lay there. I've seen this problem many times in the passed. I will install a wireless network card or software on someones computer and two days later it will not connect everything looks fine. No matter what I do it will not connect. Remove net software for the card or on board wireless reinstall and boom it works fine.
routers may need reset or configured off the internet or the start up cd. I take this a wireless router hooked to internet gateway. don't know not enough information you may need to tell me a little more. first try install of net-card software then set you working router to unsecure no pass word need see if you connect then change it to you wpa password protected.
you should try a software update first along with a PRAM and SMC update (hold the power button down when the computer is off for 15 seconds-it will beep. immediately after that hold down the Apple, option, P and R keys simultaneously until the computer reboots and chimes 3 times)