Couldn’t connect my wifi with my Macbook?

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Hi there,

I'm using Macbook 2.0 GHz Intel Core2 Duo. I’ve a small office where I have a wifi setup with microtech router. My problem is I cannot connect with my wifi connection. It happens recently. I have tried several time to solve this problem but failed. I’ve restarted my macbook and also configure my microtech router but there was no progress. I faced this problem two days ago, before two days it was fine and could able to work with it smoothly. It just happened. Don’t know what to do.

Please some body gives me any solutions. I'm in great trouble. I can't able to communicate with my valued byres.

 

Cheers

Rubayeet

 

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Couldn’t connect my wifi with my Macbook?

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Thanks Rubayeet,

Seems you are looking really in trouble. Let see how can I help you. As I learned from your message that you are using Macbook with 2.0 GHz processor also Intel supported. First of all I want to let you know that, actually any third party accessories doesn't support with Mac OS properly.

 

What you can do, just a simple procedure could you please check your Mac whether you have got the recent version. Sometimes it may happen that, if your Mac is not up to date the built in WIFI of your Mac couldn't connect with your router.

 

So, To check the recent version what you have to do-

 

First go to the apple logo then select About this Mac, you can see the version of your Mac. If not updated with the recent version then go to the help and select check for update, selecting check for update automatically it will search for the recent version. It will take a little bit of time to checking and then you can see the recent version select it and install it.

 

Hope this solution may help you. If that doesn't help please let me know. Will give you further instruction.

 

Take care

Shimul

 

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