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Question: My IMac (El Capitan OS) will not connect with wifi. I get full signal indicator and other devices work (Macbook air and IPhone) however my Safari will not load pages. I get the message "you are not connected to the internet".

IMac El Capitan OS 10.11.6 will not connect to wifi.


I get full signal indicator and other devices work (Macbook air and IPhone) however Safari will not load pages. I get the message "you are not connected to the internet".


Further, if I use personal hotspot and connect using my phone - safari loads the pages and all works well.


Please help!

iMac, OS X El Capitan (10.11.6)

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Nov 15, 2017 7:53 AM in response to Jaqfrompundaluoya In response to Jaqfrompundaluoya

What does Wireless Diagnostics show?


Wireless Diagnostics


Wi-FI connection drops


Wi-Fi Problems in OS X Yosemite


Wi-Fi Problems in OS X Yosemite (2)


Wi-Fi Problems in OS X Yosemite (3)


WiFi Potential Temporary fix - Yosemite


Also try turning off Bluetooth.


If your Wi-Fi source is capable of generating a 5 GHz Wi-Fi network, try that to help avoid conflicts with Bluetooth.

Nov 15, 2017 7:53 AM

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Question: My IMac (El Capitan OS) will not connect with wifi. I get full signal indicator and other devices work (Macbook air and IPhone) however my Safari will not load pages. I get the message "you are not connected to the internet".