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IBook Blueberry connectivity problem

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My Blueberry, with a 9.2 operating system doesn't detect the internet connection it used to detect it with no problems before. Thank you.


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I believe that your problem is related to the OS 9.2 you are using, it has quite a few problems, I recommend you upgrade to a newer version, maybe OSX 10.3 or 10.4

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