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    I just changed the Macbook Pro to connect to the router via cable instead of wireless.
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    There is only one entry in the list now, and it's Wi-Fi connected and green.

    I know this does not prove anything, but it lets Barb do her thing. We'll know more after I get down there again to do more testing.
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    I just changed the Macbook Pro to connect to the router via cable instead of wireless.
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    Well, hello newcomer!

    I suspect that you have something to say, but I can't read what you wrote. Can you (get help from someone who will) translate your message into English?

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    I just changed the Macbook Pro to connect to the router via cable instead of wireless.
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    It’s never too late to say thank you.

    I had a brain fart in my dreams last night, and I started putting together everything you guys individually suggested, and when I finished, I plugged the ethernet-to-USB cable back into the hub, added the ethernet cable to the network, jiggled a couple of wired until it showed “connected”, shut off the Mac’s wi-fi, and tried it. Voila! Success! Then I worried just a bit about having to switch the wi-fi off and on depending on who was in the house but that was unnecessary, because you had already answered that, too: Leave it off just for the Mac, and the other users will still have it available.

    The best part of this is that I actually knew what I was doing!

    So thank you, thank you, and once more. I apologize for being so thick-headed — but wait until you’re 85, and maybe you’ll know how I feel.

    You are a great, helpful, and patient bunch.

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    I just changed the Macbook Pro to connect to the router via cable instead of wireless.
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    So thank you, thank you, and once more. I apologize for being so thick-headed — but wait until you’re 85, and maybe you’ll know how I feel.

    Glad to hear your brain farts seem to have fixed things, and I'll only have to wait six years before I get to 85!!! And I hope I make it... brain farts or not...





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