Ways to Fix MacBook Pro Keeps Disconnecting From Wi-Fi: There are several ways to fix a MacBook Pro that keeps disconnecting from Wi-Fi:
- Check for software updates: Make sure your MacBook Pro is running the latest version of macOS and that all of your installed apps are up to date.
- Restart your router and MacBook Pro: Restarting your router and MacBook Pro can often fix connectivity issues.
- Forget the network: Go to System Preferences > Network > Wi-Fi, select the network you’re having trouble with, and click on the minus (-) button to forget the network. Then, reconnect to the network and enter the password again.
- Check your DNS settings: Go to System Preferences > Network > Wi-Fi, click on Advanced, and make sure that your DNS settings are set to “Automatic.”
- Remove third-party software: Some third-party software can interfere with Wi-Fi connectivity. Try uninstalling any software that might be causing issues.
- Check for hardware issues: If none of the above solutions work, your MacBook Pro’s Wi-Fi card may be failing. You should visit the Apple store or authorized repair center to have the hardware checked.
- Reset the NVRAM (Non-Volatile Random Access Memory) and PRAM (Parameter Random Access Memory) by holding down Command + Option + P + R during startup
- Try disabling the “Bluetooth DUN” (dial-up networking) feature: Go to System Preferences > Network > Advanced > TCP/IP > Configure IPv6. Change the option to “Link-local only”
It’s important to note that these solutions are general troubleshooting steps and may not work for every case.