Wi-fi: No hardware installed

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arora03

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My Macbook Pro (Early 2011 model) has suddenly got a cross mark in the wifi symbol. I am unable to connect to wifi networks, it just doesn't show me any options. I have ran a hardware test but that resulted in no errors. Any tips on what I can do to fix it? Image attached for reference.
 

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arora03

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I forgot to ask...Have you checked your router?
I doubt the router has any impact on it as the wifi icon dropdown is not showing any wifi networks at all when it normally shows quite a few in proximity.
 
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Assuming you ran disk utility and it showed no issues, sounds like your wifi card has gone south :( You did run Network troubleshooting (without the ethernet cable) and it showed no issues?

This happened to me on my MacBook Pro, early 2011. I don't know why but I had to reinstall the software to get it to wifi again. I simply restored from Time Machine. You could back up and try a restore. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't :(

MacBook Pro Models are known to slowdown as they age (as mine did) which can create issues.
 

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