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Macbook Pro Wifi Not working


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Hi guys,

I have a Macbook Pro 13 inch. It's always worked fine for me, no problems what so ever. However, I took the mac home this weekend so used it a lot more than usual as I was away from my desktop. I have the mac dual-booted to windows and for most of the weekend I was using Windows on a cabled connection (Ethernet). The laptop currently works both cabled and wireless on Windows, but since this weekend, the macbook no longer works through wireless on OSX (but does cabled).

I have ran the network diagnostics and things and the result is always 'The diagnostic cannot fix your problem at this time', and I have googled the problem and attempted to change certain things, but nothings work.

I am at a loss. I don't really know how to fix this at all. If it was occuring on windows, I would, but I'm not exactly super clued up when it comes to OSX.

Any help is appreciated

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Anyone know anything?
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Is this problem only on your home wifi, or all other wifi networks too?
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On the wireless network is it showing "Self Assigned PI address" in the network preferences

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