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Unable to establish wireless connection with MacBook Pro and Base

Up graded to OSX 10.5.5 (Leopard) and now can't establish wireless internet connection.   Have reset the Airport Base Station (Apple product) but computer will not recognise it.

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Hve u loaded the necessary device softwares for ur wireless connection.

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

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    You need to configure the wireless from the PC using the Airport Software

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Try loading the Airport Base Station (Apple product) software on the new upgraded system. and then check out.

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