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Patricia Henwood Level 3 (930 points)

I have a MacBook aluminum unibody (late 2008) with OS 10.7.5.  This morning when I turned it on,  the wifi icon in the Menu bar was 'empty' (i.e. no bars) - clicking on the icon gave me the info that 'wifi is off' - I clicked 'turn wifi on'- nothing happened.  I opened System Preferences - Network.  Status showed Wi-Fi is off.  I clicked on the 'turn wifi on' button - nothing happened.  I restarted the MacBook - repeated the above steps - six times now - always the same result :-(


Can anyone suggest some other trouble shooting steps to take?


I've also unplugged and re-started the modem/router.  AIl other devices in the house can connect to the network without any problems - my MacBook is the only device having problems!




MacBook (13-inch Aluminum Late 2008), Mac OS X (10.7.5)
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