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I have this same problem with my 2007 era MacBook Pro 17". It's definitely temperature related. When the MacBooksystems fan kicks on, I have only about 2 minutes until the WiFi goes away.
I have this same problem with my 2007 era MacBook Pro 17". It's definitely temperature related. When the MacBooksystems fan kicks on, I have only about 2 minutes until the WiFi goes away.
 
I have replaced the Airport Card several times. HaveHave reseated the connections. II temporarily "solved" the problem by using an external screen and keyboard, putting the MacBooksystem on a heatsinklaptop cooler, and aiming a solder smokesmall fan at it. I could keep it running all day like that, as long as the fan was on. As soon as the fan went off and the MacBooksystem heated up, everything would go off.
I have replaced the Airport Card several times. HaveHave reseated the connections. II temporarily "solved" the problem by using an external screen and keyboard, putting the MacBooksystem on a heatsinklaptop cooler, and aiming a solder smokesmall fan at it. I could keep it running all day like that, as long as the fan was on. As soon as the fan went off and the MacBooksystem heated up, everything would go off.
 
I wonder if there's a bad solder joint to the AirportCard connector, or perhaps the connection to the antenna is heat sensitive. The software used to tell me there was no airportcardAirport card, when the WiFi crashed. It doesn't do that with the latest OS I'm using. Rather, it just stops seeing all WiFi hotspots.
I wonder if there's a bad solder joint to the AirportCard connector, or perhaps the connection to the antenna is heat sensitive. The software used to tell me there was no airportcardAirport card, when the WiFi crashed. It doesn't do that with the latest OS I'm using. Rather, it just stops seeing all WiFi hotspots.
 
If anyone has any further info on this I'd appreciate it.
 
Cheers,
 
Joe

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I have this same problem with my 2007 era MacBook Pro 17".  It's definitely temperature related.  When the MacBook fan kicks on, I have only about 2 minutes until the WiFi goes away.

I have replaced the Airport Card several times.  Have reseated the connections.  I temporarily "solved" the problem by using an external screen and keyboard, putting the MacBook on a heatsink, and aiming a solder smoke fan at it.  I could keep it running all day like that, as long as the fan was on.  As soon as the fan went off and the MacBook heated up, everything would go off.

I wonder if there's a bad solder joint to the AirportCard connector, or perhaps the connection to the antenna is heat sensitive.  The software used to tell me there was no airportcard, when the WiFi crashed.  It doesn't do that with the latest OS I'm using.  Rather, it just stops seeing all WiFi hotspots.

If anyone has any further info on this I'd appreciate it.

Cheers,

Joe

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