Airport WiFi connection issus
I own a MacBook 13" Aluminum Late 2008, yeah its still working fine except for I had to replace the MagSafe power adapter twice due the rubber wires as you all know the issue and once replaced the battery, and also had to replaced the main screen. Apart from that my 2008 MacBook is working pretty fine so far (almost 10 years now).
OK, so heres the issue, at the back side of the MacBook where the screen is hinged to the lower base theres a black plastic protection. about a inch of that is broken on my MacBook and has exposed the airport card to the dust and what not.
Recently started having issues with my WiFi, the airport is acting weird , sometimes it cannot be switched on and sometimes it cannot be switched off. sometimes when its on if fails to search any of the local wifi networks and sometimes it does search the networks but does not connect to it... just displays what all network are available. I guess the airport card is busted as its exposed to unnecessary dust etc.
But some days it just connects fine like its working normally. but most of the times it won't work.
What do i do to fix this?
so thats how it looks ,
maybe if you can guide me to remove some cables and maybe spray some WD40 and again re attach the cables for better connectivity.
another piece of information : after i restart my macbook the wifi works flawlessly ( sometimes only )
sometimes it showing no hardware detected written on the airport symbol.
Is this a good question?