Currently Being ModeratedFeb 9, 2013 2:49 PM (in response to Eric Root)
Eric thanks for the quick note, yes I have gone through the Preferences/Network/Assist me? Did not help. As well I have removed all know networks from my settings and even deleted plist and other files from the system directory in case of an old config causing an issue. Today I did a hardreset on the Airport Express and resetup all my connection information. Same result no issues except this one macbook, now it happens to be the oldest devise in the house so I'm not sure if the issue is around compatibility in Moutain Lion or something like that?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 9, 2013 5:43 PM (in response to gbucyk)
I'm not sure these Apple support articles will help and it is sort of no other ideas approach, but.....
If the computer can operate using Mountain Lion, I don't think there should be a Mountain Lion issue.
Some other things you can try.
Run Disk Utility/Repair Permissions. Repeat until it shows no repairs were made. Clearing the log in between runs can make the process less confusing. Also see: Disk Utility Repair Permissions You Can Safely Ignore
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 9, 2013 7:52 PM (in response to Eric Root)
Eric, excellent summary of resources for me to explore. I have attempted fix on permissions and reset PRAM but not some of the others listed, looks like I'll have some things to try over the weekend. I'll post back any progress. This one has been strange. I really appreciate your input.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 10, 2013 2:55 PM (in response to gbucyk)
I have tried about everything and I still have the same issue, one new development however is when I used Preferences/Network/Assist me again and typed in the SSID (Network Name) and password (WPA/WPA2) it reported back invalid password. I know I'm typing it correct so I think I'll alter my network password to try and see if that helps.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 11, 2013 8:22 AM (in response to gbucyk)
I'm closing out this post as I have gotten to intermitent connection on the macbook and there are a number of threads already regarding this subject which relate to Mountain Lion. In my situation I must have the network discoverable, can not set private. Also I have dropped in the mac ID address in the TCP/IP tab of the network settings. I believe my situation of only one macbook having concern our of 4 mac OS and 5 iOS devices is the age of the macbook, this being the oldest and starting to lose compatibility to the latest OS. Thanks for all the input I'll just stick with a USB wifi dongle on this mac for now and await Apple for updates on the OS.
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