Macs are pretty reliable computers, but that doesn’t mean they’re not vulnerable to user error, accidents, and, in some cases, just plain stupidity. We compile a list of the most common “uh-oh” moments on a Mac and show you how to make them all better--and prevent them from happening in the future.
I have a MacBook Pro, and I recently bought a wireless modem so that I can use the Internet when I’m away from my DSL line. After using my wireless modem for the first time, I disconnected it and put it away. Since then, a window keeps popping up that says “Internet Connect. The selected communication device does not exist. Please verify your settings and try again.” How can I make it go away?