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I keep getting this message when I try to download from the Mac App Store:
"Your device or computer could not be verified. Contact support for assistance."

if you know spanish or use google translate, here is the solution... you must create your profile for your pc :censored2:

and for those users who cant download apps from mac apps store too ;)

this link
Lion Cant buy mac app store

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OK, I sorta have it solved. Problem is apparently per user. My user is broken, but other users are not. Tried deleting caches and preferences with no luck. Anyone run into this?

Thanks again for everyone's help getting me to this point.

EDIT: Solution!


-Quit the Mac App Store

-Launch the Terminal (located at /Applications/Utilities/)

-Type the following command into the Terminal and then hit return:

[codebox]defaults write com.apple.appstore ShowDebugMenu -bool true[/codebox]

-Relaunch the Mac App Store, the Debug menu is next to “Help” in the menubar

-Select "clear cookies" in the debug menu first, and second to select "reset Application".

-Profit!


EDIT 2: This worked for one machine, but not the other :/. Both still show the Ethernet device as builtin and one still won't even bring up the sign-in box or install any apps. No errors are thrown....

EDIT 3: Blocking storeagent with Little Snitch will cause this apparently. Duh. Thanks for everyone who tried to help me.

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did you try DSDT injection for you lan?


Nope. I don't think it is the same issue though. I have two boxes that were exhibiting this problem. Clicking on install just changes the button back to the price and choosing Sign In... does nothing. No error.

On one box I was able to fix the problem by using the directions here: http://www.insanelym...p...t&p=1740439

The other is not being fixed by this :/.

FWIW the broken one is a Intel S5520SC with a Realtek PCIe NIC. NetworkInterfaces.plist says:

<key>BSD Name</key>
<string>en0</string>
<key>IOBuiltin</key>
<true/>

I think that the DSDT changes/EFI strings/Boot.plist changes all fix the IOBuiltin part, right??

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-Quit the Mac App Store

-Launch the Terminal (located at /Applications/Utilities/)

-Type the following command into the Terminal and then hit return:

defaults write com.apple.appstore ShowDebugMenu -bool true

-Relaunch the Mac App Store, the Debug menu is next to “Help” in the menubar

-Select "clear cookies" in the debug menu first, and second to select "reset Application".

-Profit!


This method doesn't work for me.

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Hi, I am using the 10.7.2 App Store and iCloud normally with Realtek 8168 Lan. I installed the driver from the Realtek corp. and changed my dsdt at the first, then it worked like a charm!! Here is my dsdt:

[CODEBOX]
Device (GIGE)
{
Name (_ADR, Zero)
OperationRegion (LANR, PCI_Config, Zero, 0x0100) // These are my original dsdt setting lines.
Field (LANR, ByteAcc, NoLock, Preserve) // They are not added by me but come with the original dsdt.
{ // So you don't have to add them, unless you have the same machine.
VID, 16, // My notebook is Asus L50VN, with a Realtek 8168 built-in Lan card.
Offset (0x44), //
DSST, 8, //
Offset (0xE0), //
, 15, //
PMES, 1 //
} // End of personal codes.
Method (_PRW, 0, NotSerialized)
{
Return (GPRW (0x09, 0x04))
}
Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized)
{
Store (Package (0x0C)
{
"AAPL,slot-name",
Buffer (0x09)
{
"Built in"
},
"model",
Buffer (0x17)
{
"Realtek RTL8168D/8111D"
},
"codec-id",
Buffer (0x04)
{
0x68, 0x81, 0x00, 0x00
},
"built-in",
Buffer (One)
{
0x01
},
"device_type",
Buffer (0x09)
{
"Ethernet"
},
"name",
Buffer (0x36)
{
"Realtek RTL8168D/8111D PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Adapter"
}
}, Local0)
DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, RefOf (Local0))
Return (Local0)
}
}
[/CODEBOX]

Here is the profiler:

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I had this issue on all my machines, two with GA H67M-D2-B3 (v1.0 with ALC888b audio codec, and v1.1 with ALC889) and the third with GA Z68X-UD3H-B3. All machines are ordinarily wifi only using the Broadcom BCM94322MC Mini PCI-e Card # 4873300-001 (eBay - $20) in a PCIe to MiniPCI adapter (AMZN - $18). This provides OOB Airport with full AirDrop functionality and 2.4 or 5 gHz speeds.

In both cases in Network Preferences the card was incorrectly seen as 'Ethernet' but with the usual Airport fan in Network Preferences. It seems from reading the related threads that the AppStore wants to have Ethernet recognized in Network Prefs, so I did the following:
  • Deleted Library/Preferences/System ConfigurationNetworkInterfaces.plist and shut down
  • Pulled the Broadcom PCIe card
  • Connected wired broadband with a cable to my Airport Extreme
  • Started-up, deleted any choices in Network Preferences, and set up wired broadband in Network Preferences by clicking '+' and 'Ethernet'
  • Powered off and reinstalled Broadcom card
  • Unplugged wired broadband
  • Restarted and added WiFi as second choice in Network Preferences (the first, 'Ethernet', in now inoperable as the connection has been terminated, and appears red. I left it in place). AppStore is now fully usable for downloads and updates.

The 'Ethernet' is show as 'Ethernet' by default, not as Ethernet en(0).

Only the v1.1 GA H67M-D2-B3 machine required the PCIRoot=1 (not PCIRootUID) lines in the plist file. All three machines have the EthernetBuiltIn=Yes lines. All three use stock DSDT.aml from the TonyMac DSDT database.

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++SOLVED++
-> EFI STUDIO ETHERNET STRING IN BOOT.PLIST + A WORKING DRIVER FOR MY BUILT IN ETHERNET <-


Hello all

After 4 years of absence I build a new hackintosh (again). After a Bios mod, a new graphiccard (cause the 7300gt is not working in 64bit mode) I have a stable 10.7.2 system working.

Now, App store is not working and personally I have no clue why. I have read a lot of articles, and it's confusing to me cause there are so many reasons this could be. Can somebody help me out or give me a hint how to deal with it?

Here my configuration:

Asus P5K SE / EPU (Bios AHCI Mod)
Intel Core 2 Duo 3.0 GHz / 4GB Ram
Asus HD 6450 Silent
iAtkos L1 install, updated with Software updater to 10.7.2

Thanks for your help.

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I think that the DSDT changes/EFI strings/Boot.plist changes all fix the IOBuiltin part, right??<br>


yep,but see the thing is you need to achieve 3 things in order to get appstore, and all other "MAC ADRESS" related softwares,
first you need to get it working, this first and most important stage, it must work, not just recognized. (i myself, since experiencing KP with the modded Driver for my Atheros L1 LAN, bought a chip PCI card with 8169 chip to have working LAN)
step 2 is to make the interface recognized as built-in, you have 3 ways doing it, DSDT injection (DSM method), EFI string (Device-properties in boot.plist), and to turn on the EthernetBuiltIn switch on chameleon (or any other boot-loader with this option)
last thing to check is that the OS recognize the interface as the first in the chain (en0). this way, all request for MAC address authentications goes to this interface, which is "built-in".

some reporting however that for instance EthernetBuiltIn didn't work for them but EFI string did (can't understand that but whatever...), so it's best to try everything.

if it's still refuse to work, you can try do the same as me and buy a chip ethernet card (with support :) ) and if that the only problem between you and appstore then you will be fine (however if everything i said you already done, then you might need to look somewhere else, or try to understand, by the modification you are doing to make the installation work, which might be the problem)

hope this will help you solve it

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Ho,

I have a DG41RQ motherboard and i followed all the instructions here but still i'am unable to sign in.

Please help.

Intel E7300
DG41RQ
Iatkos L2

Everything works except sleep

Using Inbuilt ethernet

Thanks..

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If lion doesn't see an ethernet card as en0 and working, it will never let you sign on. I honestly advice you guys to use a wireless card if you have one and keep your onboard ethernet card listed in System Profiler as en0. Your wireless should be en1.

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what bsd name do i give bluetooth pan? I am tethering my phone for internet connectivity until my compatible wifi card comes in. I have it hooked in by usb but it shows as bluetooth pan in Network

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For the last time..I hope..

You can't do this with bluetooth or any other wireless/plug-in networking device. That includes the wireless card you are waiting for.

The requirements are

1. a wired ethernet port
with
2. a driver loaded for the hardware (but AFAIK the connection can be disabled in network prefs)
3. built-in property set (there are three ways to do this: DSDT, device property string, Chameleon EthernetBuiltIn=y)
4. bsd name en0 (delete the network interfaces plist and reboot)

There is a Mac (some Macbook Air model? I don't remember) that doesn't have wired ethernet but nobody has figured out (or published) yet how it works.

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I`ve got the same issue. But I didn`t installed ethernet cuz I don`t need it. I use only Wi-Fi.

-Newest chameleon
-OSX 10.7.3
-Acer Aspire 7745G

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As you will see if you would only read before posting, yes, you do need your built-in ethernet, even though you're not using it.

Read my post directly above yours until it sinks in.

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Okay, I read something about it but I have ethernet bultin by chameleon, is that alright?

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Yes it's a start but as you can see in post #32 above, it is not the only requirement.

FYI EthernetBuiltIn=y can also be done via DSDT or device-properties string.

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Okay, so I need to search my driver and follow this thread. I just wasn't sure about ethernet. Thx! :)

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Locate your network adapter using ioregistry explorer (PEX4 in my case) and add the code below.
U might also want to change "Realtek RTL8168E/8111E PCI-E Gigabit" to your adapter name.
I think this one works with all ami efi boards
				Device (GIGE)
				{
					Name (_ADR, Zero)
					Name (_PRW, Package (0x02)
					{
						0x09,
						0x03
					})
					Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized)
					{
						Store (Package (0x06)
							{
								"built-in",
								Buffer (One)
								{
									0x01
								},
								"device_type",
								Buffer (0x09)
								{
									"ethernet"
								},
								"name",
								Buffer (0x25)
								{
									"Realtek RTL8168E/8111E PCI-E Gigabit"
								}
							}, Local0)
						DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, RefOf (Local0))
						Return (Local0)
					}
				}


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1. a wired ethernet port
with
2. a driver loaded for the hardware (but AFAIK the connection can be disabled in network prefs)
3. built-in property set (there are three ways to do this: DSDT, device property string, Chameleon EthernetBuiltIn=y)
4. bsd name en0 (delete the network interfaces plist and reboot)



I think i got a big problem because of step two: tried to set buit-in properties with the methods shown, to no avail, to finally realize, thanks to your post, that the problem here is the lack of a proper driver for my ethernet adapter, a realtek 8139e onboard from my ECS motherboard (i have overlooked this issue until i found that without built-in ethernet i couldn't use the appstore, because i use solely wifi to connect to internet).

Because of this, all i did went wrong: with EthernetBuiltIn=Y nothing happens, and the value for built-in internet in Network Interfaces stays as false, and no ethernet adapter is recognized by system preferences or system profiler. With an EFI string is still worse: the same as EthernetBuiltIn=Y plus it mess with my graphics (i have a GeForce G210 and don't use strings for it, only GraphicsEnabler=Y).

So i tried to install in my system (Lion from iATKOS L2) the drivers i found via google, nothing worked. Is there any hope? Any driver that i still havn't downloaded and that would be my holy grail? Or should i better buy an osx-compatible PCI X1 card (which one would you folks recommend?).

Just an addendum: my Lion runs at 32 bit: i'm an AMD user!

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Yes that's right, EthernetBuiltIn=y or device-properties string doesn't do anything when there's no driver loaded for the hardware.

I was using a Realtek 8139 (model A or D, I have both and I don't remember which one I used) PCI card in my first Hackintosh on 10.5.x.
I don't remember what driver I used for it though. But it worked fine.

No idea what the deal is on Lion, maybe it's just not supported anymore. 8139 is very old, late 90s I believe.

Tip: If you take some time to read this thread you'll see Realtek 8169 mentioned several times.






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