[mac4theblind] Re: Strange problem with wireless connectivity on my macbook

I put my macbook to sleep all of the time, and have had no problems with it 
being connected to my wifi upon awakening.

Marcy

On Mar 10, 2012, at 12:51 PM, Christopher-Mark Gilland wrote:

John, I almost constantly update my system with all the newest updates.  
Perhaps in some cases that's not always a smart move, but, anyway…  if you're 
referring to the supplemental OSX update that just came out, then yes.  I 
definitely did pull it.  I don't really know what all it fixes though.  I 
didn't look.  I know that before that update and even still, I'm having that 
problem.

Chris.

On Mar 10, 2012, at 12:39 PM, John Panarese wrote:

>  Have you run all of the latest updates to the OS.  There was just a 
> maintenance update for 10.7.3 the other day.  I thought I read somewhere that 
> it fixed some wireless issues people had reported.
> 
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> On Mar 10, 2012, at 12:37 PM, Christopher-Mark Gilland wrote:
> 
>> Hey guys.  I'm having a kind of weird problem and really haven't thought 
>> much of it, but I'm kind a starting to wonder.
>> 
>> It seems like if I restart my macbook, or just shut it down entirely then 
>> reboot it later, I'm fine.  However, if I close the lid to the system, 
>> causing the macbook to go to sleep, I'm finding that when I wake it back up, 
>> my wireless has been disconnected.  If I double vo+M then go over to the 
>> airport menu item, it tells me no signal.  I know for a fact it remembers my 
>> network in my keychain, as if I hit vo+space on it, it connects no problem, 
>> and doesn't make me retype in my security key.  It seems like, though I 
>> could be wrong, this has only started since I ran the most recent update to 
>> the airport utility.  I just was wonderring if any of you all've seen this, 
>> and if so, is there a work-around?  It's not really a big deal, it's not 
>> like I can't easily enough reconnect.  I just wonder why in the first place 
>> it's doing this.  So here's the specs.
>> 
>> 13 inch white stocked mid 2010 macbook with no customizations, and OSX lion 
>> 10.7.3 Server.
>> 
>> Thanks for any help.
>> 
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