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I know this was talked about and possibly solved. I looked through all the posts. I can't find it.

Anyone have an idea on a solution?

Thannks!
 
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Had this problem too. Solve it this way:

1. Open finder. Click Go - Go to folder -> "/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/":



2. Delete NetworkInterfaces.plist by dragging to the trash:



3. Restart.
4. Go to System Preferences -> Network. Remove all your network interfaces. Re-add them one by one.
5. Log in to the App Store and make sure everythign works.

Hope this helps :)
 
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Either im a super noob or im just not finding "go to folder"
 
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Either im a super noob or im just not finding "go to folder"

Click Finder in on the Dock. Under "Go" click "Go to folder"
 
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ok yes im a noob. I did exactly what he layed out and it still says it. Kinda weird
 
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I know this was talked about and possibly solved. I looked through all the posts. I can't find it.

Anyone have an idea on a solution?

Thannks!
Don"t remember where it came from, but this worked for me
1) go to system preferences from apple logo in menu bar, select network, hi-light your each network location in left hand pane and hit " - " button at bottom to delete them
2)go to hard drive/Library/SystemConfiguration/NetworkInterfaces.plist........delete this plist, it will be rebuilt by OS after restart
3) restart, go back to system preferences and set your ethernet back up, ethernet must be designated (en0) in the list of locations in left pane
This worked for me, but I still couldn't sign into app store for about an hour afterward, not sure but it may take time for your comp to be recognized by the powers that be, good luck
 
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I tried it in that order. I'll come back later to check it out. Thanks for the reply!
 
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Still no luck. I've tried all of the above. = ( Not sure why I'm having an issue.
 
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