Hey. Recently my stupid router that my sister got for free when she got her VAIO died. So I haven't been able to get internet on my iBook, because for some strange reason, all other computers EXCEPT for my iBook can connect to the modem. I know my ethernet port is working, because I use my school's network (even though I'm not supposed to, but since I am a teacher's aide for my old graphics teacher, I don't think he minds or knows :side: But if you could help me fix this problem, that would be awesome, because, well...my school's internet is pretty slow:
Is this a wireless router? Does it have WEP turned on? Perhaps its using MAC address filtering. I would get to one of the computers that can connect and log-on to the router and check these things. BTW you are going to need the log-on and password. If needed you can add the MAC address of your iBook , or check the WEP settings. good luck
Macbook 2.1 core duo 1gig 160gb sata iMac g5 w/1 gig 160gig all-in-one and SWEET! iBook G4 IGhz Quicksilver Dual 800's iPod touch "Guys, I think we just lost the platform here" Pete Conrad When in doubt, try SCE to AUX
Well I would say its your iBooks security set up. Go through your internet/firewall setting and check it out. To add pics, they must be size requirements. I understand the frustration, but when you get them sized it works great. -maestro
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