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    eeg

    Wifi probleem na sluimerstand

    Goedemorgen,

    Op mijn macbook pro uit 2010 heb ik sinds kort een Wifi probleem. Na de sluimerstand valt mijn wifi weg. Op andere apparaten (iPad, iPhone en playstation ) op hetzelfde netwerk is er niets aan de hand. Ik n.a.v. een eerder bericht op deze sites al van alles geprobeerd. Bestandjes weghalen, nieuwe wifi aanmaken enz. Het enige wat helpt is herstarten en router (ziggo) opnieuw opstarten. maar ja, daar wordt je ook niet echt vrolijk van……Ik weet niet of er meer zijn met dit probleem maar wellicht weet er iemand nog iets ?

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    fred44nl

    welke versie van OS X heb je ??
    en hoe heb je Energiebeheer ingesteld ??

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    eeg

    El Capitan, versie 10.11.3.

    Sleutelbeheerder
    Night

    Onderstaand een 12-stappenplan dat je kunt doorlopen om het euvel trachten te verhelpen:

    Please test after taking each of the following steps that you haven’t already tried. Stop when the problem is resolved. Back up all data before making any changes.

    1. If possible, test on at least one other network, such as a public hotspot or the hotspot created by a mobile phone. Some Wi-Fi routers are not fully compatible with some Apple devices.
    2. Make sure the network is on the preferred list by following these instructions. It’s important to read the article carefully, as it’s the starting point for any further efforts to solve the problem. If you skip any of the steps, the problem may not be solved. Make sure the box marked
      Remember networks this computer has joined
      is checked.
    3. Follow the instructions in this support article under the heading
      Symptom: After restarting or waking from sleep, my computer might not connect to the Internet
    4. Reset the PRAM.
    5. Make a note of all your settings for Wi-Fi in the Network preference pane, then delete the connection from the connection list and recreate it with the same settings. You do this by clicking the plus-sign icon below the connection list, and selecting Wi-Fi as the interface in the sheet that opens. Select Join other network from the Network Name menu, then select your network. Enter the password when prompted and save it in the keychain.
    6. From the Location menu at the top of the Network preference pane, select Edit Locations. A sheet will drop down. Click the plus-sign button to create a new location. Give it any name you want. In the new location, set up the Wi-Fi service with the same settings you used before. Click Apply and test.
    7. Launch the Keychain Access application. Search for and delete all AirPort network password items that refer to the network. Make a note of the password first.
    8. Repair permissions on the startup volume.
    9. Turn off Bluetooth and test.
    10. Reset the System Management Controller.
    11. This step shouldn’t be necessary, but has been advised by Apple Support in some cases, apparently as a workaround for a bug. Open the Energy Saver pane in System Preferences. If applicable, click the padlock icon in the lower left corner to unlock the settings. Enter your administrator login password when prompted.
      Select the Power Adapter tab and uncheck the boxes marked
      Wake for Wi-Fi network access
      and
      Enable Power Nap…
      if present. Then, if the computer is a MacBook, select the Battery tab and uncheck
      Enable Power Nap…
    12. Reinstall OS X.
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