High Sierra sees WiFi no internet
Hi guys, this seems to be a problem for many, but I searched the forums and couldn't find an answer.
Rebuilding a 13” MacBook Pro (A1278) i5. 500 SSD is fine, 4GB of RAM, board is fine. Installed High Sierra, took forever because internet on WiFi was going in and out.
I looked around and saw that the hardware was fine, it was connected with IP oddly. But, the icon on the top bar would be checking for signal every 2 seconds or so.
I followed some stuff, I found, like creating a new location in net prefs, deleting the connection and adding it back. Removing the library profiles to force a rebuild, reset NVRAM. nothing helped.
The hardware is recognized, sees my modem/connection fine. I have narrowed it down to a software issue with High Sierra. Ran diagnostics, said move closer to signal? I'm 10ft. away.
I'm hoping for a patch, fresh idea, anything. One method just said turn off the desktop icon and bluetooth, no help. So, I'm stuck and this is always where I come. Thanks. I even tried manual setting up the WiFi using Google's free dns. 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, no go.
Questa è una buona domanda?