My MacBook can’t detect my home internet.

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I have a windows 7 bootcamp on it, furthermore Yosemite. On Yosemite, it can't discover my home Wi-Fi yet recognizes others'. I need to utilize Kext Repair, connect to my Ethernet link and restart into it to make it work. In the event that I switch on windows 7, it can't discover it by any stretch of the imagination. Nothing works, I took a stab at everything. After a week or somewhere in the vicinity, it mystically repairs itself and works for like 1-2 days and afterward it happens once more. I don't comprehend what's going on or how I can settle it, please offer assistance!

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My MacBook can’t detect my home internet.

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Happy to support you!
Try following these steps to solve your issue.

First, try changing your location by moving somewhat closer to the router & check for the connectivity.

Then go to network & sharing center & recheck whether the WiFi signals are detectable & the network settings are set properly.

If this throws no result, try enabling "Automatically get recommended drivers and updates" for your hardware. Also run Optional Windows Updates to make the router detectable.

Go to control panel Device Manager, click on Network driver, select the router tab and change it to Update Automatically.

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