06-09-2010, 11:46 AM #1
Wake up from Sleep mode: Connected Server Issue
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- Jun 09, 2010
I am a new mac user.
I am connecting to a windows share folder using "Connect Server". Everything works fine until i put my mac to sleep mode then turn it back on again, nothing would show up in the Connected Server, it'll just keep loading and waiting.
just wondering if there is a way to solve this problem or other way to connect to a windows share folder.
thanks a lot
09-01-2010, 03:21 PM #2
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- Sep 01, 2010
I was having the same problem (could not reconnect to my network server after sleep) but think I have found a solution. So far I have put my Macbook to sleep about 6 times and I can still reconnect to my network servers.
I found the solution here: MacBook loses Airport connection after sleep - Mac Forums
Here it is:
1. Open network preferences from your WiFi icon in the menu bar. Then click advanced. Delete the network that is giving you problems.
2. Open Keychain in the utilities folder of your hard drive. Find the passwords that are stored for your particular network and delete them. There may be multiple passwords for your network, so search carefully.
3. Repair permissions using the disk utility.
4. Reboot the computer.
5. Reenter your network data to log into the network.
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