While the new Macbook Pro is slimmer, sleeker, and more powerful than ever before, there’s one big downside – the lack of a physical Ethernet port. This means that if you’re in an area with patchy wifi or no wifi at all, you’re out of luck. In this article, we’ll show you how to get around this problem by installing a piece of software that will create a virtual Ethernet port on your Macbook Pro!
Symptoms of this problem
If you’re experiencing this problem, you’ll notice that your MacBook Pro can’t connect to WiFi networks. When you try to connect, you’ll see a message saying “No Hardware Installed”. This problem can be caused by a variety of issues, so it’s important to rule out all possibilities before assuming that your MacBook Pro needs to be repaired or replaced.
One possible cause of this problem is that your WiFi card is not seated properly in its slot. Try removing and re-inserting the card to make sure it’s properly seated. Another possibility is that the antennae for your WiFi card are not connected properly. Make sure that the antennas are screwed in tightly and that there are no loose connections.
If neither of these solutions works, then it’s possible that your WiFi card is damaged and needs to be replaced. You can take your MacBook Pro to an Apple Store or an authorized MacBook repair service provider to have it checked out and repaired if necessary.
How to fix the problem
If your Macbook Pro says “Wi-Fi: No Hardware Installed”, there are a few potential fixes. First, try restarting your computer. If that doesn’t work, try resetting the SMC (System Management Controller). To do this, shut down your computer, then unplug the power cord and wait for 15 seconds. Plug the power cord back in, then turn on your computer. If neither of those works, you may need to take your computer to an Apple Store or authorized repair center.
If you’re having trouble with your MacBook Pro’s WiFi and don’t see the Hardware tab in System Preferences, it’s likely because your computer doesn’t have the necessary hardware installed. This can be a problem if you’re trying to connect to a new WiFi network or troubleshoot an existing one. In most cases, the best solution is to take your MacBook Pro to an Apple Store or authorized service provider and have them take a look.