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I had exactly the same problem as stated above. Also tried the reset steps without success. But I have possible cause and a solution.
 
I opened up my MacBook Pro 17 and started it up with the keyboard lifted off. While pinging in a terminal window I could see that the connection was dropped when I applied slight pressure with my fingertip on the airport card. The airport card also disappeared from my system so I had produced the same fault as I experienced before.
 
When doing this I could also hear some electrical squeaking noises. I disconnected the antennas, unscrewed and reseated the airport card. (The yellow tape is difficult to remove, I cut it in half on the spot to be able to reseat the card)
When doing this I could also hear some electrical squeaking noises. I disconnected the antennas, unscrewed and reseated the airport card. (The yellow tape is difficult to remove, I cut it in half on the spot to be able to reseat the card)
 
When examining the keyboard I could see that it had a slight bend in it downwards toward the motherboard and that was probably causing me to apply pressure on the airport card when I rested my hands on the keyboard to type, or, sometimes even by itself.
 
When putting the keyboard back on, I made a slight bend in it backwards especially around the area of the airport card to get some more space between there.
 
It is now running without any problems, and I make sure not to lift the computer with only the one hand on the airport card side.

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Отредактировано: Hedin ,

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I had exactly the same problem as stated above. Also tried the reset steps without success. But I have possible cause and a solution.
I had exactly the same problem as stated above. Also tried the reset steps without success. But I have possible cause and a solution.
 
I opened up my MacBook Pro 17 and started it up with the keyboard lifted off. While pinging in a terminal window I could see that the connection was dropped when I applied slight pressure with my fingertip on the airport card. The airport card also disappeared from my system so I had produced the same fault as I experienced before.
 
When doing this I could also hear some electrical squeaking noises. I disconnected the antennas, unscrewed and reseated the airport card.
 
When examining the keyboard I could see that it had a slight bend in it downwards toward the motherboard and that was probably causing me to apply pressure on the airport card when I rested my hands on the keyboard to type, or, sometimes even by itself.
 
When putting the keyboard back on, I made a slight bend in it backwards especially around the area of the airport card to get some more space between there.
 
It is now running without any problems, and I make sure not to lift the computer with only the one hand on the airport card side.

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Отредактировано: Hedin ,

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I had exactly the same problem as stated above. Also tried the reset steps without success. But I have a solution.
I had exactly the same problem as stated above. Also tried the reset steps without success. But I have a solution.
 
I opened up my MacBook Pro 17 and started it up with the keyboard lifted off. While pinging in a terminal window I could see that the connection was dropped when I applied slight pressure with my fingertip on the airport card. The airport card also disappeared from my system so I had produced the same fault as I experienced before.
I opened up my MacBook Pro 17 and started it up with the keyboard lifted off. While pinging in a terminal window I could see that the connection was dropped when I applied slight pressure with my fingertip on the airport card. The airport card also disappeared from my system so I had produced the same fault as I experienced before.
 
When doing this I could also hear some electrical squeaking noises. I disconnected the antennas, unscrewed and reseated the airport card.
 
When examining the keyboard I could see that it had a slight bend in it downwards toward the motherboard and that was probably causing me to apply pressure on the airport card when I rested my hands on the keyboard to type, or, sometimes even by itself.
 
When putting the keyboard back on, I made a slight bend in it backwards especially around the area of the airport card to get some more space between there.
 
It is now running without any problems, and I make sure not to lift the computer with only the one hand on the airport card side.

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Отредактировано: Hedin ,

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I had exactly the same problem as stated above.
 
I opened up my MacBook Pro 17 and started it up with the keyboard lifted upoff. While pinging in a terminal window I could see that the connection was dropped when I applied slight pressure with my fingertip on the airport card. The airport card also disappeared from my system so I had produced the same fault as I experienced before.
I opened up my MacBook Pro 17 and started it up with the keyboard lifted upoff. While pinging in a terminal window I could see that the connection was dropped when I applied slight pressure with my fingertip on the airport card. The airport card also disappeared from my system so I had produced the same fault as I experienced before.
 
When doing this I could also hear some electrical squeaking noises. I disconnected the antennas, unscrewed and reseated the airport card.
 
When examining the keyboard I could see that it had a slight bend in it downwards toward the motherboard and that was probably causing me to apply pressure on the airport card when I rested my hands on the keyboard to type, or, sometimes even by itself.

When
putting the keyboard back on, I made a slight bend in it(it had started to bend down towardsit backwards especially around the motherboard)area of the airport card to get some more space between the keyboard and the airport cardthere.
When examining the keyboard I could see that it had a slight bend in it downwards toward the motherboard and that was probably causing me to apply pressure on the airport card when I rested my hands on the keyboard to type, or, sometimes even by itself.

When
putting the keyboard back on, I made a slight bend in it(it had started to bend down towardsit backwards especially around the motherboard)area of the airport card to get some more space between the keyboard and the airport cardthere.
 
It is now running without any problems, and I make sure not to lift the computer with only the one hand on the airport card side.

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I had exactly the same problem as stated above.

I opened up my MacBook Pro 17 and started it up with the keyboard lifted up. While pinging in a terminal window I could see that the connection was dropped when I applied slight pressure with my fingertip on the airport card.

When doing this I could also hear some electrical squeaking noises. I disconnected the antennas, unscrewed and reseated the airport card.

When putting the keyboard back on, I made a slight bend in it(it had started to bend down towards the motherboard) to get some more space between the keyboard and the airport card.

It is now running without any problems, and I make sure not to lift the computer with only the one hand on the airport card side.

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