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    Can't connect to Internet with full signal
    I'm having a problem connecting my macbook to the internet via Airport even though it is showing full signal. I can however, connect via an Ethernet cord. Does anyone know how to fix this? Thanks in advance

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    Make sure the interface you want to use (Airport) is at the top of the list of "Network Port Configurations"

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    4.1 Mac Pro. 15" MBP. 13" MBP. 17" PB. PM G5. iPhone 6S+ 64gb Gold. Apple Watch 42mm.
    Try this Apple Portables: Resetting the System Management Controller (SMC)
    If that doesn't work, take it to apple.

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