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An easy way I would check if its your WIFI or a problem with the machine is try to boot into network recovery using your home WIFI.
 
https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT204904
 
When you see the spinning globe it will give you a list of networks, select your home one and enter the passwords. if you eventually see the recovery screen then your laptop is fine and I would recommend a reinstall.
When you see the spinning globe it will give you a list of networks, select your home one and enter the passwords. if you eventually see the recovery screen then your laptop is fine and I would recommend a reinstall.
 
a reinstallA change in mac address etc shouldn't mean a problem at all at the end of the day its technically just a "new mac" and should connect to your WIFI straight away all I can think is there is some software issue.
a reinstallA change in mac address etc shouldn't mean a problem at all at the end of the day its technically just a "new mac" and should connect to your WIFI straight away all I can think is there is some software issue.

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原帖由: lewis Barker ,

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An easy way I would check if its your WIFI or a problem with the machine is try to boot into network recovery using your home WIFI.

https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT204904

When you see the spinning globe it will give you a list of networks, select your home one and enter the passwords. if you eventually see the recovery screen then your laptop is fine and  I would recommend

a reinstall.

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