Aiport not installed, help!

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by david1215, Jun 27, 2009.

  1. david1215

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    I was updating software the other day, and when i installed them, it restarted. Problem was, when i tried connecting to the internet, i couldn't. when i clicked on the airport icon, it said "No AirPort card installed". How could this happen? what am i going to do? help me please!
     
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    maybe a reset to restore factory settings would help
     
  3. chetiboy

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    maybe run system update again? restart afterwards, and retry connecting?
     
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    Software update worked! thanks!
     
  5. junzo13

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    I had that problem for a while. After exhausting all my options (repair permissions, PRAM reset, update OS), I brought my unit to a service center (Senco Link). They had to reset my AirPort card, so far everything seems to be okay now.
     
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    Hey, this is happening to me right now too.. I shut down my Macbook Pro last night and when I turned it on just now, it says that there is no Airport card installed. What should I do? I haven't downloaded any software update recently.. and I've been using this mac for 5 months now and this is the first time it happened.
     
  7. johannes

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    Did you try restarting your Mac?
     

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