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Flinchy wireless card
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Northeastern292
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Jun 8, 2009, 09:52 AM
 
Hello all!

I have a MacBook Pro (Intel Core Duo model), and lately the Airport card in it has been acting fritzy. I'll work at first fairly well, then all of a sudden, I'll be doing something and I'll lose my wireless connection, and can't get it back. I know it's not the router, since I checked that and that works fine, and my old VGA PowerBook G4 12'' gets the wireless connnection perfectly. This ironically started while I was at my friend's house and she was helping me get hooked up to her connection. I even went as far as booting up with a different hard drive (which has 10.4.11 on it). That didn't work, so does anybody think my Airport card is fried?
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