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  1. MilanoAzul

    Mac App Store: "An unknown error has occurred"

    OMG! Thank you Bitstorm :D I'm downloading Mountain Lion at the moment.
  2. MilanoAzul

    Mac App Store: "An unknown error has occurred"

    My motherboard is the GA-Z68XP-UD3 and it has 1xPS/2, 8xUSB 2.0, 2xUSB 3.0, 1xHDMI, 1xS/PDIF Out, 1xIEEE 1394 (FireWire), 1xRJ-45 (Ethernet) and 6xaudio jacks. When I hit "+" I can select 7 interfaces: Airport, FireWire, Ethernet Adapter (en1), Built-in Serial Port (1), VPN, PPPoE and 6 a 4.
  3. MilanoAzul

    Mac App Store: "An unknown error has occurred"

    Mac App Store: "An unknown error occurred" 1º-> Ethernet deleted in System Preferences/Network by clicking on "–". Apply. Re-added with "+". Apply. Check Mac App Store... "An unknown error occurred" 2º-> Ethernet deleted in System Preferences/Network by clicking on "–". Apply. Reboot...
  4. MilanoAzul

    Mac App Store: "An unknown error has occurred"

    Mac App Store: "An unknown error occurred" I have Snow Leopard (10.6.8) and I want to upgrade to Mountain Lion but I can't log in the Mac App Store. It only says "An unknown error occurred", it doesn't say any number like "An unknown error occurred (100)" and I can log in the iTunes Store...
  5. MilanoAzul

    Mac App Store: "An unknown error has occurred"

    I have Snow Leopard (10.6.8) and I want to upgrade to Mountain Lion but I can't log in the Mac App Store. It only says "An unknown error occurred", it doesn't say any number like "An unknown error occurred (100)" and I can log in the iTunes Store without any problem. I have tried a lot of...
  6. MilanoAzul

    Stuck at Apple Logo

    I had the same problem. I solved that typing PCIRootUID=0 instead of -v But if you don't want to type that every time you reboot go to Finder/[Name of your installation disk]/Extra/org.chameleon.Boot.plist and type PCIRootUID=0 under Kernel Flags. This is an example: <?xml version="1.0"...
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