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Wifi for a Macbook Pro

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Currently having wifi problems with my Macbook Pro. My Macbook Pro version is: 10.6.8; Processor Intel Core i5; 2.3GHz; No. of processors 1; Cores 2; L2 Cache 256kb; L3 Cache 3mb; Memory 4gb etc.

When ever I try to connect to my modem; Thomson TG782T, the connection either goes slow; connection timeout, or my macbook just can not find the signal. Sometimes it works perfectly mind, just say a very unstable connection.

I have ran a ClamXav check on the Hard Drive and no viruses have been found.

So, does anyone know whether the problem lays with the macbook or the modem? Which ever one, do you know how I can remify it? If you need more information please ask, assignment time and I am getting anxious.

Currently posting from a PC connected to said modem through cables.

Thanks in advance.

Edited by Hidden, 23 September 2012 - 01:45 AM.

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