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Macbook 13.3" won't log in to wireless

My home has a wireless network with a wpa password, and i know what the password is. But when i type in the password and attempt to connect to the network, airport says "connection failed". All the other computers on the wireless network are PCs, and they work perfectly fine on the wireless. I have been able to use the wireless network in the past with my mac, but recently it wont connect. It is notable that it works when plugged in with an ethernet cable. This all leads me to beleive that this is most likely a problem with my settings, or maybe airport is having problems. any light shed would be appreciated. I haven't tried it on another network yet but i will soon and update with what happens.

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  • steal_this_p Feb 20, 2009

    Hey, thanks for the reply!It's a standard wireless router, brand name "d-link", reset many a time.

  • tprzyg Mar 18, 2009

    My MacBook (13.3") keeps dropping the wireless connection (was working perfectly fine for first few hours after unpacking - yes it's brand new - and then just stopped). Tried restarting, deleting and adding settings, network troubleshoot - nothing seems to help for long time - it would work shortly, and loose connection again - anyone has a fix for this?

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Is it a airport used or a router? if so, have you tried to reset it?

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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    JG1977 Feb 21, 2009

    have you gone into airport utility? in your wireless settings?

    what does it read for your settings?

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