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Everything I do it still says: Cable Unplugged Reply With Quote 09-12-2011,04:33 PM #15 pigoo3 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since May 20, 2008 Location U.S. What does that say ? Maybe you already tried this, go to: - System Preferences - Network control panel The list on the left of this window shows your various network connection options. Anyone else have any ideas? http://myfreepsd.com/not-working/ethernet-cable-connected-but-no-internet.html
permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]ethnicolor 0 points1 point2 points 8 months ago(0 children)This is now fixed. Then select the Diagnostics button.After you've reset the PRAM and edited Ethernet network Location preferences without resolving the issue, or if this seems beyond your level of comfort or expertise, then Second of all, yes, I found it outrageous and amusing the fact that the same ethernet port was working just perfect on Windows10 via bootcamp and not on the ‘latest and permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Dio331 1 point2 points3 points 8 months ago*(1 child)I also have this problem, everything was working fine yesterday.
Mac Ethernet Connected But No Internet
Also...what OS version are you running (on the iMac with the ethernet issue)? - Nick - Too many "beachballs", read this: Beachballs - Computer seems slower than it used to? Nov 10, 2011 6:46 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Nanotechnology,Solvedanswer Nanotechnology Nov 10, 2011 8:23 PM in response to Nanotechnology Level 1 (25 points) Nov 10, I did assume that it was the latest software because of how many Macs don't have Ethernet any more, but it's still really annoying that they did something like this. Any solution?
If the problem persists, then you will need to solve that issue before doing more diagnostics on your iMac. Works fine now, thanks for all the help. connect the 2 iMacs together , trying both cables one at a time. Macbook Pro Ethernet Not Working The security update, known as "031-51913 Incompatible Kernel Extension Configuration Data 3.28.1," reportedly blacklists the Broadcom BCM5701 driver used by the Ethernet port that comes standard on many Mac machines.
These apps are usually pretty stable, or at least they don't tend crash immediately upon launch. To check your Incompatible Kernel Extension Configuration version number, hold the Option key and click the Apple menu. permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]evilbunny_50 0 points1 point2 points 8 months ago(0 children)I've not seen this on any of my devices yet (mid-2012 MBP/early&mid 2012 MBA, 2011 Macmini, 2009 MBP, 2010 MB White) nor had any Can I use the 2.13 version (modified 12-9-14) of the extension from my Yosemite Mac?
However, the software we use on this computer now had a licensing issue so I had to go about getting that fixed.. Imac Ethernet Cable Unplugged Thanks for this guide. Then open System Information. Keeping in mind that I can't access the internet now.
- Cheers ...
- It's possible you may also need to turn Airport off. - Nick - Too many "beachballs", read this: Beachballs - Computer seems slower than it used to?
- It took me the whole weekend checking what went wrong.
- Apple must have been testing something and this version of the blacklist escaped into the wild.
- Some solutions.
Ethernet Not Working Mac
My late 2011 15" MacBook Pro has been working flawlessly since purchase. This site is not affiliated with or endorsed by Apple Inc. Mac Ethernet Connected But No Internet This steps work perfect on mac mini 2010. Imac Ethernet Port Not Working another small error that has effected a tiny percentage of users being used as justification for Apple software (on the whole) declining.
Maybe the problem is at the router. weblink Click on Install date so it is sorted by most recent first. Doesn't matter if you run Bootcamp and Windows, Linux, or any version of OS X. what a night mare! Macbook Pro Ethernet Not Connected
Mar 30, 2012 7:04 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by kostby, kostby Mar 30, 2012 3:43 PM in response to MikeDsr Level 4 (2,799 points) Mar 30, By Cutwolf in forum Internet, Networking, and Wireless Replies: 13 Last Post: 08-30-2007, 01:41 AM Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not LikeLiked by 1 person how hard can it be (@hhci_be) - 9 months ago Reply First of all, thanks, it helped. navigate here First thing to try is moving your connection from whatever port on the switch it is on to another.
Posts 36,302 Specs:2011 13" MBP 2.3ghz, 8gig ram, OS 10.8.5 Originally Posted by kdh Swapped working ethernet cable from iMac A- not working on iMac B. Ethernet Not Working Mac El Capitan Did you verify that your cable and network port are good? How to fix the problem if you CAN connect to Wi-Fi If you've determined that 3.28.1 is the latest version on your system, you can fix the problem by connecting to
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Both ports, actually. Wireless works fine. Apple has now officially acknowledged the problem on its support pages. Mac Pro Ethernet Port Not Working I've never seen nor heard of an Ethernet just failing like that.
If the number is 3.28.1, you need to update the profile. Try running the "sudo softwareupdate -background" command in Terminal. You can reinstall OS X on your drive without reformatting it. http://myfreepsd.com/not-working/ethernet-not-working-mac.html So, I don't know how its more problematic then 10.10.
Last Modified: Oct 27, 2016 Helpful? If you have access to a system that wasn't updated with Ethernet Killer: Go to System/Library/Extensions/AppleKextExcludeList.kext and copy the working file extension and transfer the file over to your corrupted computer Now, I also have this problem with Wi-Fi, it connects to a network but after random time Internet connection stops working. I am running Yosemite as well however just to point out the issue for me began before the Yosemite upgrade.
Battery Reply With Quote 09-12-2011,03:27 PM #3 kdh View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Apr 12, 2011 Posts 38 Thanks for replying Nick. I was glad it didn't have to do with the actual ethernet adapter.