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Cannot Turn on Airport Card after Archive Install of Leopard

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JRDuncan Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
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Oct 28, 2007 6:14 PM
I was careful to use Archive/Install preserving users when upgrading from 10.4.10 to 10.5.

However, now my airport icon shows as an empty pie wedge at the top of my screen. If I click on it, I can see, "Turn Airport On" and "Open Network Preferences". Using Turn Airport On has no effect. I have also tried going to the Network preferences and using the "Turn on Airport" button.

If I look in my log file, I see the following...

"Oct 28 21:09:29 Macintosh SystemUIServer[249]: Error: ACInterfaceCreate() no AirPort interface found for en1
Oct 28 21:09:29 Macintosh SystemUIServer[249]: Error: ACInterfaceCopyStatus() called with invalid interface
Oct 28 21:09:34 Macintosh SystemUIServer[249]: Error: ACInterfaceCreate() no AirPort interface found for en1
Oct 28 21:09:34 Macintosh SystemUIServer[249]: Error: ACInterfaceCopyStatus() called with invalid interface
Oct 28 21:09:39 Macintosh SystemUIServer[249]: Error: ACInterfaceCreate() no AirPort interface found for en1
Oct 28 21:09:39 Macintosh SystemUIServer[249]: Error: ACInterfaceCopyStatus() called with invalid interface
Oct 28 21:09:44 Macintosh SystemUIServer[249]: Error: ACInterfaceCreate() no AirPort interface found for en1
Oct 28 21:09:44 Macintosh SystemUIServer[249]: Error: ACInterfaceCopyStatus() called with invalid interface
Oct 28 21:09:49 Macintosh SystemUIServer[249]: Error: ACInterfaceCreate() no AirPort interface found for en1
Oct 28 21:09:49 Macintosh SystemUIServer[249]: Error: ACInterfaceCopyStatus() called with invalid interface
Oct 28 21:09:54 Macintosh SystemUIServer[249]: Error: ACInterfaceCreate() no AirPort interface found for en1
Oct 28 21:09:54 Macintosh SystemUIServer[249]: Error: ACInterfaceCopyStatus() called with invalid interface"

I have deleted Airport preferences files, and did not have AppleAirport2.kext in my System/Library/Extensions folder.

I have also cleared out my /Library/Startupitems and /Library/Preference Panes folders.

Not sure where to go next. I do not want to reformat and do a clean install.

Thanks for any suggestions.

Sincerely,

Rusty
MacBook Pro 2.33, Mac OS X (10.5)
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