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So since I upgraded to Lion a few weeks back, every time I turn on my iMac, It says I am connected to my home network, via WiFi, but will not load the actually page. On safari it only loads a bit of the bar and just stays blank, same for Chrome and Firefox. The only way I can get it to work is to run Network Diagnostics. This then glows green on Wifi and connection but Red from ISP and onwards, Then suddenly say your internet connection is running correctly, thus it works till I restart my computer. This is my last cry for help before I call Apple or take my machine in to the Genius Bar.

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So since I upgraded to Lion a few weeks back, every time I turn on my iMac, It says I am connected to my home network, via WiFi, but will not load the actually page. On safari it only loads a bit of the bar and just stays blank, same for Chrome and Firefox. The only way I can get it to work is to run Network Diagnostics. This then glows green on Wifi and connection but Red from ISP and onwards, Then suddenly say your internet connection is running correctly, thus it works till I restart my computer. This is my last cry for help before I call Apple or take my machine in to the Genius Bar.

Thanks In advance.
Have you updated to 10.7.1 ?
I also noticed that in the upcoming 10.7.2 one of the things that will be addressed is airport.
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Yes I have. Hopefully it will be solved in 10.7.2. No you know when that will be released?

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