I have a 2009 Macbook Pro and a 2016 Macbook Pro that appear to disrupt/interfere with my home wifi service. My Macbooks constantly look for wifi networks while connecting on and off, constantly. Meanwhile our internet on other devices constantly gets disrupted kicking out and interfering with whomever and whatever devices are trying to utilize the service. We contacted the internet provider. They sent a technician to check our lines and router. All, according to the technician, were working properly. We tested it with my Macbook Pro and the technician told me that it was my Macbook that was disrupting and interfering with the service. Consequently, we have tried using the internet with other devices, including computers, other than my Macbook and the technician appears to be correct. I have searched and can't find a solution to this. ls there some setting or settings that I can change on this computer to eliminate this problem? I have no smart T.V.s and we have no landline telephone in our house. When I use other, non-Macbook devices, nobody gets kicked out. However, when using the Macbooks, people are constantly getting kicked out whether using a smart phone, computer, ipod or tablet. All other devices appear to work harmoniously with each other. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Edited by Chris Cosgrove, 02 December 2016 - 07:12 PM.
Moved from Web browsing etc. to Mac OS