It is likely to encounter problems connecting Wi-Fi for the update to OS X El Capitan . If this is the case, rest assured, it is possible to repair your connection simply enough!
How to Fix Your Wi-Fi?
Apple released in October 2015 that a corrective update should solve this problem: OSX 10.11.1 . The changelog announced fixes the level of Wi-Fi but disconnections continued.Since no solution has been proposed to solve this problem.
Save the current configuration
Before making any changes, we will save the current configuration. This is actually stored in files in the system OS X .
- First disable the Wi-Fi from the menu bar.
- Then create a folder on the “backup-wifi ‘office.
- Launch the Finder and the shortcut “Command + Shift + G” appointment in the folder: / Library / Preferences / SystemConfiguration /
- Select the files following and move them to the backup folder on the desktop:
then delete the files, it will ask for the username and password, just confirm it.
- Finally, restart your Mac .
At this stage, reactivate Wi-Fi and verify connectivity. If everything works correctly, you just solve your problem, if not, follow the steps below.
You can see new files have been automatically created..
Creating a new Wi-Fi setup
Your problem still not resolved, you have to follow these additional steps to have the hope of finding the internets.
- Go to the System Preferences
- Then go to Network and in the administration panel Wi-Fi
- Create a new connection by clicking the small “+”. This action will create a new inactive connection.
- Position yourself above and click the “Advanced” button.
- Renew DHCP Lease
This method will recreate the configuration plist file and your new connections and should be functional again. It will do more to check that you get a new IP address, and the Internet connection works.