No AirPort card installed °_° (wifi crash)I've got a big problem with my airport card. I've got a Mac Book Pro 17" 2.5 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (Model Number: A1261) of 20...
Answer to: How do I reset the firmware password on my MacBook Pro?Sam is partially right, On newer Macs you MUST have an Authorized Apple Technician (like me) and we MUST speak with our second level support at Apple, they will send us a file to put on a formatted USB thumb drive that will erase the system password. This is the only way and... there are no connector on the logic board to do this on the MacBook Pro 13 early '11. So if you have this problem just go to the nearest Apple Store or Apple Premium Service Provider, they will know what to do.
Answer to: No AirPort card installed °_° (wifi crash)for alexank69: You're right, the airport is plugged into I/O card. I've already done all things you said: I've reseted the PRAM, reinstalled the OS many and many times and also tried new Snow Leopard OS that I'm still using, also cleaned with compressed air and disconnected and reconnected the airport card and the I/O card too. Now I'm trying new airport update downloaded two days ago and testing if the problem persist. I've also installed iStat to monitor the airport temperature. There are no special conditions for the airport crash, the length of time is varies each time and the program I'm using when it goes down is different every time. I've already replaced the airport card and the problem persist. With the first airport card, the mac was fine, maybe till I've done an upgrade, and then the airport stopped working, so I've decided to replace it and with the new card will have the problems described above. for rdklincorporated: When I bought the new airport card I've checked if the Apple's seal of approval...