Some of the users may experience with the “MacOS: WiFi No Hardware Installed” error. The problem arises after the software update, rebooting the Mac, waking up the Mac from sleep. The error message will be shown once you click on the WiFi icon on the Status bar. This is, fortunately, simple in 4 Steps solutions to fix this issue. Here’s How to Fix:
Solution 1: Resetting the NVRAM
- Hold and Press Command + Option (Alt) + P + R, these four keys to Reset the NVRAM ( Non- Volatile Random Access Memory) for a few seconds.
- Release the keys and Restart the Mac.
- Now the MacBook will restart normally with the complete installation of the Software.
Solution 2: Resetting the SMC
- If you have the Non-Removable Battery, then you need to Hold and Press Shift + Ctrl + Option (Alt) keys and Power Button for a few seconds.
- Then, release the keys and Turn On the Mac.
- If you are using For iMac, Mac Pro, Mac Mini, then Hold and Press on the Mac power button for a few seconds.
- Now, Release the Power button and Turn On it.
- It may boot the Mac as Usual.
Solution 3: Resetting the Mac
- First, Turn Off and Disconnect the power source from the Mac.
- Remove the Battery for a few minutes.
- Now, insert and Turn On it.
Solution 4: Start up the Mac in Safe Mode
- Turn off your Mac
- Start your Mac and immediately press and hold the Shift key.
- Now You may see the Apple logo appears on the screen.
- Then, Release the Shift key.
- Restart your Mac normally without pressing any keys.
Now Check your WiFi connection is Working!?… Great!!… Hope you may get enough solution to fix the issues.