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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

Macbook - Airport Issue


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I just got my wonderful MacBook this morning It connected to my WPA-PSK encrypted network right off the bat and worked most of the day. Then, all of the sudden it won't connect to my wireless network anymore. With or without encryption it won't work. It keeps saying, "There was an error joining the Airport network "Home".

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I had a similar problem with my MPB and AP extreme, but it "went away" after a day or two. I did reboot my MBP, airport, and cable modem when it happened, only 2 or 3 times. has worked fine for about a week now. It was frustrating, as it happened in the first couple days, was getting worried my MBP or airport might be defective. It also works with my sons IBM thinkpad.

Hope it works for you as well.

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