The problem seemed to be the wireless g option of the router. Reply jimbo says: September 2, 2009 at 11:10 am Thanks a bundle, seems to have resolved my Airport MacBookPro bouncing like a yoyo all day, after upgrading to Snow Leopard yesterday. Reply Thomas Lee says: April 30, 2010 at 7:56 am As an update, after I rebooted the router, I went for a bit less than 5 hours yesterday without any disconnects http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1365 Reply Warning! his comment is here
I wonder what update messed this everything up… Reply Macbkrob says: November 9, 2010 at 5:36 pm I started consistently losing my connection when i upgraded to 10.6.4 … every few Apple used to be so good at supporting earlier systems, but now it is as bad as Microsoft. I have this slopply wireless connection with my iMac (please note my MS Window Vista laptop works fine). FYI, I did not opt to simply change over to the Express from the Extreme since I have really enjoyed the connection performance from my other Macs on the Extreme. see it here
I haven't had this problem before (when my iMac was using Leopard), but I will try the suggestions noted here by other users and will update accordingly. My wired ethernet worked fine, and my wife's earlier-model MBP works fine on wireless and wired. Dropouts still occur, often several seconds long. This workaround is accomplished via the following process: Open the AirPort Admin Utility (located in Applications/Utilities)Select the desired Base Station from the availability listGo to the "Base Station Options" tabClick on
Even Windows 7 on the same machine is blazing fast with no issues on the same wireless network. I hope description is clear. I'm slowly going back to using Windows (7 is immense in all aspects), I only got Mac because Vista was so crap and I refused to pay for XP 64-bit. Airport Express Connection Limit Perhaps the D-Link is actually busted.
This didn't solve the problem either; it has disconnected twice while I've been typing this. Airport Express Connection Good Still doesn't work. Notify me of new posts via email. Any robust solutions appreciated.
They themselves did nothing else than a hard reset and it worked in the store for a sustained period of time. Connection Timeout Mac Reply goodnessme says: October 20, 2009 at 7:36 am Finally fixed this - set router to wireless "n" only mode rather than combined a/b/g/n, and changed from WPA to WPA2 (PSK) Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Stargajzer, Stargajzer Mar 7, 2012 10:08 PM in response to SCCThreeIII Level 1 (0 points) Mar 7, 2012 10:08 PM in response If other devices can connect let us know. –Shane Dec 19 '12 at 18:29 Having the same problem.
Switching my mail router to AES only corrected the dropouts. [ Reply to This | # ] Fix dropout problems when streaming music over Airport Express g Authored by: Grant Symon http://osxdaily.com/2009/09/01/how-i-fixed-my-dropping-wireless-airport-connection-problem-in-snow-leopard/ About This is an unfocused catch-all personal blog written by a South African environmental journalist living in Cape Town. Airport Express Connection Problems Using backup computer now- it's just fine (no update here). Airport Express Connection Unknown Random and best posts Jump to a random post or see my choice of my favourite posts.
Make sure you delete the proper folder, this is in your home directory. http://bsnux.com/airport-express/airport-express-error-4-pc.html deactivate "wake on lan" in "system settings > energy saver" 2. This has been driving me nuts for the past 24 hours. Thanks for your help! Airport Express Connection Sharing
Try it, let me know what results you have. In the beginning the reset failed twice and airport utility output a message saying "an unexpected error occurred". I even dumped my old router and went with the Airport Extreme, but no luck. …But now, I finally think I have found a very good and simple work around for weblink Does for me every time.
But in system profiler the airport card is detected. Wifi Connection Timeout Android Time out error e verytime unless i go into the room the ths the wifi router. Anyway, if you're having any wireless connection problems in Snow Leopard 10.6 too, try these things out and see if it works for you as well.
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Dookieman, Jul 5, 2013 Dookieman thread starter macrumors 6502 Joined: Oct 12, 2009 #3 drsox said: ↑ Did Strange. When its finished, set up your internet connection again, run update on everything (remember all your previous updates are probably gone). How To Fix Connection Timeout On Android Again … BIG BUG!
Thanks again. Anytime I try to put a password either on 40 WEP or 120 WEP, the PC finds it but it will not connect to the internet sharing signal from the Mac. Like the AirPort Extreme, however, some AirPort Express units can benefit from a firmware downgrade to version 6.1.1. check over here This fix is the only one that worked and gave me a working connection all the time.
Reply 4merhuey says: July 20, 2010 at 8:48 am I just changed my DHCP auto settings to manual….that's all I did and it appears to have fixed my intermittent connection issues…yay!! For Apple Base stations, the process is as easy as downloading and installing the desired firmware edition on an AirPort Express or Extreme Base station. Reply RainyDayInterns says: June 3, 2010 at 7:14 pm We think we have finally licked our Mac mini wifi problem: http://www.rainydaymagazine.com/RDM2010/Home/June/Week1/RDMHomeJun0410.htm#MacMiniTempControl We think ours is temperature related. Reply Erich Hanel says: September 5, 2009 at 3:49 pm Same thing with the drops here either: 1.
I then checked the Network Ass. The problem with dropouts when streaming music over an Airport Express g can be resolved by changing the network settings on the wireless router. You deserve around of applause. Didn't need the ‘wireless G' step, looks like the switch to manual was the killer.
I moved my Mac Mini about 4 feet from our home cordless phone and it solved my connection problems. Unfortunately, the trick is in locating appropriate firmware updates. This business of losing access or even usability is a real pain. Switching channels[Useful for: repeated dropouts, no Internet access, weak reception] In some cases (especially when interference is at play) switching channels on your AirPort Base station or third-party router can improve
The light is green, but does not allow connections. This makes this laptop useless. I am elated to say it worked like a charm, and this Mac-mini's Airport connection has worked perfectly for over a week now. Changed router settings, created new network profile, etc.
Any advice would be appreciated. AND, the Snow Leopard MacBook could see the Internet right after the initial installation; it was only after I installed the optional printer drivers that it stopped working. The same security/enhancement caveats apply. all problems fixed Reply slatapolsky says: March 13, 2010 at 11:58 am I should have updated this earlier, but I went ahead and upgraded from our old Netgear router (G) to
That was particularly odd, since the Mac Mini is much like a rearranged MacBook Pro without the display. I use it as a streaming device, so it is set up as a device on my network, and not as my router. Religious supervisor wants to thank god in the acknowledgements Can one be "taste blind" to the sweetness of stevia? On other networks, in hotels etc., with either no security or genuine "WEP password" security, I have reliable networking.