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Re: Macbook Airport Problems
You should check to see if you have the connection set to static or to scan. Your computer could be set to scan, and so when it recieves a stronger signal, even if it is for a second, it will disconnect from the signal you have current. You can go to system preferences , select NETWORK, go to show, then AIRPORT, make sure your signal of choice is at the top of the list.
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try reseating the wireless card or airport card. if that doesnt work. turn off your wireless router and your macbook. leave off for 10 mins then turn on the router first then macbook. try to connect and see if that fixes the problem.
The antennas in the Macbook Pros have had an issue with reception due to the aluminum housing of the laptop but, should still receive decent reception just not as much as a plastic Macbook or plastic PC laptop. It could be possible that the antenna's cables have become disconnected from the Airport Extreme card inside your Macbook Pro, that the card itself is faulty or damaged or that the Antennas themselves have been damaged in some way. As always make sure you have the latest updates and have installed any driver updates from Apple regarding your Airport Extreme card. Here's an article that may help eliminate any wireless interference that may be affecting your signal strength. Apple - Wireless Interference hope this helps, if so don't forget to comment, vote, etc. Thank you.
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.
When your MacBook Air is showing some performance issues, it can be caused
by either hardware or system problems. If you don't want to pay for
hardware upgrade, then try cleaning the system to improve the Macbook
speed. Learn more here: http://www.speedupmacbook.com/speed-up-macbook-air.html
You may need to access the network with the ASCII password. Is there a system administrator you can contact to get this code? It will be a very long string of characters and replaces the typical password you seen in many Airport type setups.
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)