Remote Install can't find my Wifi Network

Discussion in 'Apple Desktop Hardware/Software' started by willy_manilly, Jan 16, 2011.

  1. willy_manilly

    willy_manilly Member

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    Hi there, i'm trying to install snow leopard on my Macbook Air using my iMac 2.4ghz and my local Wifi network.

    However when i push ALT when i start my computer, the wifi box comes up however it does not show the network that im using in my house.

    I can see my next door neighbours one however not my own.

    I have a Password on my network, however it should still be able to be seen.

    Any ideas??

    Cheers
     
  2. Trdboy

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    Is it set to show the ssid on the router? Did you try turning it off and back on again?
     
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    willy_manilly

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    Hi there,

    Well it shows up in OSx and i can join it etc, so im guessing it is.

    I have tried turing the computer off and on numerous times, ill try doing the router now.
     
  4. FAL

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    Can you just plug it into the network to save yourself the pain of troubleshooting?
     

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