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Macbook can find every network except my own (iPhone,PC and other device can)

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Oct 21, 2012 3:08 PM

I used to have long hair, but now it's short from me trying to wrap my head around this problem..


My new Macbook Pro have decided to ignore my router and it's driving me nuts!
My iPhone 3gs, PC, Xbox360, 3DS, Printer and Wii are all connected to the router.

The Macbook Pro could earlier connect, but than it suddenly decided that no matter what name, visable or non-visable, password protection or no passward-at-all, or any setting at the router I can possebly try, nothing works, every device EXEPT the bloody fricking Macbook can find and connect.


I hade a friend over to have him try with his own Macbook Pro, AND IT FRICKING finds,connects and the whole deal...

What is wrong with my Macbook and what should I do to fix it?


PS. It connects to the network i have set up at both my mother, father and friends... It ONLY ignores my own home router, that it has been connected to most before.... 


In dire need of advice


// MacbookPro user

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.5), NKort:AirPort Extreme (0x14E4,0xD6)


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