That did not help.
They still work. The loading of the pages is not real fast. About the same as before.
I am not on the mac sending you these messages.
The reply is very similar to what you have above with the times in the mid-70's ms.
Correct. The blue bar goes about an inch or so and just stops. Some of the sites appear after several minutes but yahoo never seems to appear.
For instance I entered www.justanswer.com and the blue bar in the address went all the across the screen but the then website did not appear until about 2 minutes later.
I just tried to go to yahoo about 5 minutes ago. The bar finally progressed to about 1/2 way. Then it finished the last 1/2 in just a couple of seconds, but only a fraction of the page is displayed right now. Just a couple of text fields are showing. The little revolving circle in the address bar just keeps spinning with no new output.
It accessed the site OK but either wanted me to register to see the results or prompted me to download some software to speed up the mac.
I went to cnet and ran their test. Came in around 5Mbit/sec.
I just tried it with this win7 machine which is also wireless to the same router. Download speed was a little under 5Mbit/sec. I went to speedtest.net and got about the same thing. The mac never fully loaded the speedtest web page so I could not see what to click other than the button prompting to help speed up my mac...
Well that was interesting. It booted but I waited for the wireless indicator at the top of the screen to complete and it is just blank. I clicked on it and it indicated No Airport card installed. Trying to run safari results in a message that I'm not connected to the internet. I expected that.
Running network diagnostics results in all red lights indicating Airport has failed an now the little circle indicator is busy looking for networks.
No. Did it twice because I messed up the first time.
Hello! Thank you for your question. I am a licensed computer professional with over ten years of experience, and I will be assisting you today.
I'm sorry about the issue. Please disconnect the power cords from the modem/router for a few minutes, then reconnect, then do the followings:
If needed, open Safari browser - In the top menu bar, click Safari - Click EMPTY CACHE - Click the Empty button - In the top menu bar, click Safari again - Click Reset Safari - Select all boxes - Click Reset
, then check.
If needed, from the working computer, please download and save the Firefox for Mac software at the website below:
, then transfer over via a USB drive
, then install Firefox on the mac computer
, then open Firefox and go to websites in Firefox and see if it works fine in Firefox.
If needed, if you remove the router, and connect the mac computer straight to the modem, do websites work fine?
Please let me know if there is still any issue. Thank you,
That worked! The interesting thing is I already had the 220.127.116.11 address in there but it wasn't until I added 18.104.22.168 that it started working.
Great job on your part!