skunk.ink Posted July 4, 2014 Share Posted July 4, 2014 I'm trying to install Kali on my old MacBook Pro (late 2006) and I am unable to connect to my WIFI. I am thinking that it may just be my network card is old and acting up as in OSX it seems to also have problems connecting, but the strange thing is that I have no problem seeing my WIFI network, it's just trying to connect that causes me problems. I have double checked that the password is correct about 5 times so I am now at a loss. I also read that old macbooks can have connection problems if they are upgraded to OSX 10.6.5 and that reinstalling the old firmware for the network card can solve this problem, but that only solve my problem in OSX. Does any one have any suggestions? I could just continue the install over a wired connection but this problem is really bothering me, and really, whats the point of installing Kali if my wireless card won't work? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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