How to Fix Connection Problem in Mac OS X Lionby Noram Singer Technical Help
Mac OS X Lion is a consecutive release of Mac OS X, Apple’s desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers. It proved quite useful as well as powerful to the users but due to the occurrence of certain issues, it became a headache. Wi-Fi for all of us is the most convenient way to connect with internet, but it is not that easy to deal with it. Users of Mac faces troubles in connecting with internet. If you are facing a similar issue then it is advised to get in touch with Apple Customer Care Toll-Free Number that can be reached at any time of the day.
You can even try to troubleshoot the issue by yourself with the help of some steps that are mentioned below:
Ø Check your Mac’s Wi-Fi settings – the first thing to do when you are confronting internet connection issue is to check and validate your network settings in System Preferences to make sure everything is set up correctly.
Ø Remove and re-add the Wi-Fi service – delete and re-add the Wi-Fi service by opening network settings under system preference.
Ø Check your Wi-Fi router settings – your wireless router is usually provided by your ISP when you sign up to an internet, phone or TV package. It is always better to check your router settings so as to ensure better connectivity.
Ø Try connecting other devices – it might be possible that your Mac has some issues that is why it’s not connecting, so try to connect any other active device.
Ø Reset PRAM and SMC – your Mac’s Parameter RAM memory can occasionally be the cause of various technical issues so it’s is always good to reset it.
Ø Delete the internet preference files, if any – go to finder> press command + shift + G and locate the preference files and remove them.
If you face any issue while doing the troubleshooting steps then it is highly recommended to connect instantly with Apple Technical Support Number available online 24x7. The trained team of technicians will help in the quick resolution of the issue.
Created on Jun 7th 2018 04:37. Viewed 423 times.