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wireless issues when using minidisplay port


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I have a MacBook 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, purchased new late 2009.

It works great all the time except for one glitch.

When connected to my TV via the Mini Display Port using a minidisplay to HDMI converter and HDMI cable I am unable to use the internet.

Pull the cable out of the minidisplay port and webpages will load immediately......
Put the cable back in to the minidisplay port and no connectivity.......

Have searched high and low on google / forums and haven't found anyone else describing this problem.

Any ideas / suggestions appreciated
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Have seen this reported only a couple of times and not seen any resolution.

Personally, this is an issue that I'd be calling and making a reservation to take my machine in to Apple.

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Thanks for the feedback. Will take the problem to my local apple shop and see what they say about it.
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Give us some feedback with their response or the fix for this.

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