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If I can figure out this "unkown error" issue with the app store I'd download the latest xcode...weird... I can get in with my Leopard partition..but not snow or mavs...

card isn't seen as "built in"... despite following all the suggestions... I'd like to know where this error is being 

set...can't find it in the logs... 

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If I can figure out this "unkown error" issue with the app store I'd download the latest xcode...weird... I can get in with my Leopard partition..but not snow or mavs...

card isn't seen as "built in"... despite following all the suggestions... I'd like to know where this error is being 

set...can't find it in the logs... 

I posted this in the help forum 4 days ago:

 

Anyone else with Unkown Error occured w/ Appstore

 

Yes there is a very simple fix:

Erase File--

/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/NetworkInterfaces.plist

(from root to Library to Preferences to SystemConfiguration)

 

boot w/ flag EthernetBuiltIn=Yes

NetworkInterfaces.plist will be reconstructed with en0 (Built In = True)

 

This works for AppStore and also for X-Plane... and perhaps a lot more programs...

 BuiltInEthernet was set to false in my NetworInterfaces.plist... you can verify what it says in the plist...

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AplIIc

 

Tried this ... DOES NOT WORK...

Using RTL8169 card in PCI slot... using RTL8169 driver in IOFAMILY.kext

 

 

In Leopard, the plist shows "builtin=true"  I can access appstore...

 

In Snow or Mav on same machine, different partition, shows "false".... get "unknown error"....

 

Suspect it's the RTL driver  as kext is different (older) in Leopard..

 

 

ethernet:

 

  Type: Ethernet Controller

  Bus: PCI

  Vendor ID: 0x10ec

  Device ID: 0x8169

  Subsystem Vendor ID: 0x10ec

  Subsystem ID: 0x8169

  Revision ID: 0x0010

  BSD name: en0

  Kext name: AppleRTL8169Ethernet.kext

  Location: /System/Library/Extensions/IONetworkingFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleRTL8169Ethernet.kext

  Version: 1.1.4a5

 

 

So not sure if driver problem ... need to understand  how networksetting.plist is created...

 

Cheers

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The flag actually is "EthernetBuiltIn=Yes" (not "builtin" but "EthernetBuiltIn" and the value isn't "true" but "Yes", case-sensitive (i guess)) make sure there's no typo in it. Also use Kext Wizar app to know if your driver support x64, but if connection is working it probably functioning right. Make sure you're on the latest Chameleon version, use Chameleon Wizard app to do so.

Cheers...

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need to understand  how is created...

 

Cheers

 

where does this file (networksetting.plist) exist?

what do the contents of /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/ look like?

I also had this problem in SnowLeo, Lion, Mountain Lion and Mavericks, across all these systems and on three different computers... (Just wanna help) :)

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Library/Preferences

and

NetworkBuiltIn = Yes doesn't work (sorry about all the typos... )

 

THe builtin = true is in the networksettings.plist...

true in Leopard

false in Snow and Mav...  which is weird same computer.... same NIC.... 

 

One thing... I tried to inject both the Nic and Video settings using EFI studio but wound up with a black screen... so 

that injection process obviously wasn't done right....  trying to figure that out...

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Its weird because I just had to reinstall Mavericks again and I was getting the same issue... An Unknown error occured...

The begining o my /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/NetworkInterfaces.plist looked like this:

<dict>
    <key>Interfaces</key>
    <array>
        <dict>
            <key>Active</key>
            <true/>
            <key>BSD Name</key>
            <string>en0</string>
            <key>IOBuiltin</key>
            <false/>
            <key>IOInterfaceNamePrefix</key>
            <string>en</string>

I got it working by erasing the file /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/NetworkInterfaces.plist then in the Boot.plist I added:

    <key>EthernetBuiltIn</key>
    <string>Yes</string>

I rebooted and AppStore worked, my /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/NetworkInterfaces.plist looks like this:

<dict>
    <key>Interfaces</key>
    <array>
        <dict>
            <key>Active</key>
            <true/>
            <key>BSD Name</key>
            <string>en0</string>
            <key>IOBuiltin</key>
            <true/>
            <key>IOInterfaceNamePrefix</key>
            <string>en</string>

I got the trick from this video on youtube:

TCS - How to Fix App Store Error on Hackintosh

I really hope it helps cause thats all I got.. :|

Best of Luck :)

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