Wifi turns off itself and can't be turned on back except restart
When i use macbook pro in the bed，my hands usually support the bottom of macbook pro , which usually causes my wifi turns off. I removed the bottom case of macbook pro，and found the wifi card connector is in the centre of bottom just where my hands usually support. I turned on macbook pro to test and found once I pressed the connector the wifi would be off and never be turned on until restart system，same as the result when I unplugged the connector from interface and plugged it back in. when I press the bottom case of macbook pro, the case press the connector.So that is the cause of the problem! Does normal wifi card really should have to be turned on back by reboot when I replug connector? Why just pressing the connector makes wifi card disconnect from the notebook. How can I fixed it? It never happened before.
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