Why My MAC WiFi Not Working, How to Resolve the Error

Why is my Mac not connecting to wifi?

It may be the date and time issue, so you must reset the date and time on your MAC. If it is still not working and your MAC is not linked to the internet from a different wifi network, then you need to update the operating system MAC os on your MAC.

  • Suppose you have downloaded the VPN and any other software that monitors or interacts with your network connections. In that case, you can remove or uninstall that because it might affect access to the internet.
  • You can use a built-in diagnostic tool that may tell you the issue that the Mac is not connecting with the wifi. You need to check the wifi icon on the control center, and if you can see the option, then your MAC has detected an issue; after that, you can run a diagnosis.
  • You can update the wifi router or install the latest version of firmware so that it will not affect the connection. Alternatively, you can go for a different network and verify by your internet provider or network administrator.  

How do I reset my wifi on my Mac?

  • Open your Mac, then go to the Apple menu.
  • Afterward, move to the system settings and choose the network icon in the sidebar.
  • Now you need to click on the ethernet or wifi at the right side of the panel.
  • If you cannot locate it, look for the “set up a network service.”
  • At last, tap on the details and modify the settings according to your need, then click OK.

How can I run the MAC Wireless Diagnostic tool?

If you have done with every method, you can run a MAC wireless Diagnostic tool.

  • On your MAC, avoid opening all the apps.
  • After that, connect with the wifi network; if it still has a problem while connecting, then go through below mentioned steps.
  • Keep pressing and holding on to the Option key, then click on the wifi status icon on the panel in the menu bar.
  • From the bar, select the Open wireless diagnostic and go through the on-screen instruction that will start to analyze the available network connection.
  • At last, the analysis will complete; tap on the info Buttons (i) icon to learn more about each item in the list.

How do I forget and reconnect to the WiFI network?

  • Move to the top of the panel and tap on the wifi symbol.
  • The panel will automatically show you the list of open network preferences.
  • Then look for the advanced option, then under the preferred networks, choose the wifi network to be removed.
  • Click on the minus sign to forget the network, and finally, click Ok.
  • At last, you can reconnect the wifi with a new password sent to your registered contact details.

How can I check my Mac software update?

  • You can check your MAC software update with the help of the below-written procedure.
  • Select the Apple menu; after that, go to the system settings.
  • Now tap on the general tab on the Left side of the system settings window, then tap on the software update at the right.

If still the Mac wifi Not Working, then connect with customer service800) MY-APPLE (800–692–7753 available 24 hours and seven days.

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