Look in the BIOS and see if the network is activated. For some unknown reason, it sometimes gets deactivated.
Wow! Thanks! I never would have thought of that. It did somehow get turned off in the bios. I turned it back on, booted up, and then went through the procedure to get the app store working again, rebooted and now I can sign in,
Now my Bluetooth is going nuts.. It could connect to my iPhone before, but now it just sits there and spins like it is trying to connect, and it will not let me turn Bluetooth off. The Bluetooth is a USB Dongle. If I unplug it and reboot, the Bluetooth icon will be gone, and as soon as I plug the Bluetooth dongle back in, the icon will show up in System Preferences. I add it to network devices, but once again, all I see is the indicator spinning with my iPhone in the device list, and it will not connect or let me turn it off.
I need to get it going, I have a Bluetooth Keyboard and Mouse I purchased and they are being shipped.
Is there any kind of Bluetooth preferences that need to be deleted?