Wi-Fi will not connect when waking up MacBook Air

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Whenever I start up my new MacBook Air in the morning, the Wi-Fi doesn't automatically turn on when I wake it up. It's always connected to the power source. Not sure why it's always disconnecting. It's easy to connect it back to the Wi-Fi but I just want to know why this is happening.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Check whether the bluetooth turned on all the time. If yes, turn it off. Now click system preference > network. Click the Wi-Fi connection and then click advanced. On Wi-Fi tab, select the wireless network. Now click refresh button (whatever is available, depends on Mac version or flavor). Now turn off the connection & again turn on. After that login to wireless network. After that restart the system and check if it works. For more help, please link here: https://support.apple.com/en-in/HT202222

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