How to Fix Wifi Problem on OS X Lion – Another great daily tip for your Mac if somehow you are one who are unlucky to experience with Wifi connection problem. Many reported that after upgrading their Mac to OS X 10.7.x Lion, its Wifi signal is unstable and somehow sometimes it’s drop. So how to fix it?
Luckily, there is a possible workaround confirmed really does working as the solution to OS X Lion Wifi signal drooping problem. Really great thanks to OSXDaily for the trick.
How to Fix OS X Lion Wifi Problem
Step 1 - Make sure your Mac is running latest version of Lion (10.7.2 Lion)
Step 2 - Apply all available system and software updates to your Mac from Apple menu >> Software Update
- Update Java Preferences
- Update Software
Step 3 - Reboot / reset Wifi router
Step 4 - Now launch “System Preferences” from Apple menu >> Network >> Location >> pull down a little bit >> choose “Edit Locations..”
Step 5 - Add new network location by clicking on the [+] icon >> give it a name >> then click on [Done]
Step 6 - Now back to Network panel again with the newly created location selected >> then click on “Advanced” in the bottom right corner >> click on [TCP/IP] tab
Step 7 - Finally, click on the [Renew DHCP Lease] button >> wait for seconds >> then click on [OK].
That’s it. Now your wifi should be more stable than before. Enjoy your wifi connection and have a safe browsing..