Question about Apple MacBook Air
You need to check whether ISP is working ok. To do this, connect your Mac Pro direct to your ADSL modem and see whether you can connect. If so, your Wireless may be too congested. Try to use a free WiFi scanner to check others who are on your channel. If you cannot find a clear channel to use, you may need to use another freq band AP, normally they are 2.4G WiFi, you can now use the 5.4G WiFi. You Mac Pro should support this band.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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