Query failed: connection to localhost:9312 failed (errno=111, msg=Connection refused). 10.4.4 killed airport - macOS Discussions on AppleInsider Forums Toggle navigation All Forums Recent Posts Sign In 10.4.4 killed airport tekmate Posted: January 13, 2006 5:48PM in macOS edited January 2014 10.4.4 killed my airport I hadn't heard anything bad about 10.4.4 so I figured it was safe now I can't get internet access. I have tried everything it just won't connect. My wifes Windows laptop does so it is definately in the Mac. Comments Reply 1 of 7 whyatt thrash Posts: 421member January 13, 2006 5:51PM Tried resetting your internet connection settings? Deleting old preferred networks? Connecting to the network manually? If you're using a third party airport card, maybe you should reinstall the driver... Reply 2 of 7 tekmate Posts: 134member January 13, 2006 7:25PM Had to completly delete all network settings and keychain entries and reset them up. Reply 3 of 7 rob05au Posts: 348member January 13, 2006 10:02PM Two questions1. Is it now working?2. What type of Airport or other similar device are you using?Rob Reply 4 of 7 vandewaals Posts: 450member January 14, 2006 12:08AM I've actually been having similar issues since I applied the v 6.3 firmware to my AirPort Express . My roommates can connect fine with their Windows laptops (various brands), but I lost my connection and have yet to get it back. I have an older PowerBook with the original AirPort (i.e. not Extreme). Has anyone noticed something similar?(not trying to hijack the thread, it just happened around the same time frame for me) Reply 5 of 7 rob05au Posts: 348member January 14, 2006 4:07AM HiWhy I asked the questions is that I have an airport express with the 6.3 firmware after the upgrade which wnet smoothly for me. I seemed to have had much less problems.But previously I have seen the problems mentioned and will probably be able to help to sort them out.As for the older airport cards I am not up to speed on them only the new airport extreme cards which I have had one for some time now.It is also good to see other people with similar problems as a solution will be found it is just a matter of time.Rob Reply 6 of 7 tekmate Posts: 134member January 14, 2006 9:02AM Quote:Originally posted by rob05au Two questions1. Is it now working?2. What type of Airport or other similar device are you using?Rob 1 yes2 It's an airport card connecting to a MS wireless router. Reply 7 of 7 rob05au Posts: 348member January 14, 2006 4:19PM Good to hear it is working now.Rob 8) Sign In or Register to comment.