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App Store Error "your device or computer..." using Clover

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Really weird thing happen when trying to download something in AppStore. I have tried all methods what I found in internet, but still have "your device or computer could not be verified" error.

System Configuration?
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But the strangest thing is my main network interface is called "PCI Ethernet Slot Ethernet", not "Ethernet Adaptor (en0)" as it was on Mountain Lion (same kext "RTL8139")

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Using Clover Bootloader


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Any ideas??


Thanx

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Make a try adding the following information to the Devices section of your current

config.plist...

<key>Devices</key>	<dict>		<key>InjectString</key>		<true/>		<key>Properties</key>		<string>4b00000001000000010000003f0000000100000002010c00d041030a0000000001010600021c0101060000007fff0400160000006200750069006c0074002d0069006e0000000500000001</string>	</dict>

This Device Property (also known as HEX String) is to Inject BuiltIn property to your

ethernet card and allow you to access AppStore, Messages, FaceTime, etc...

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The weird thing is, Clover should inject this automatically, but, by some reason, it isn't

working for your system...

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Have you tried to edit your DSDT??

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kyndder,?thanks for advice.

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But... Not work for me... Maybe its because of the kexts??



No DSDT, because old dsdt from Mountain Leo freezes during booting.

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Run the command below at Terminal.app, reboot and check if it changes something...

sudo rm -Rf /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/*

BTW, what's your LAN Controller? Also, tell us complete specs and attach a copy of your config.plist...

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I have this problem everytime that I reinstall a Hackintosh... no matter what version it is... and I always have to try multiple ways until I finally succeed on this problem :) lol

I've done this yesterday again so please verify these points:

1) install the ethernet kexts, even if you will only use a WiFi usb adapter. reboot.

2) if you're using clover, add SMBIOS information, search for guides about it

3) remove all network interfaces from system preferences > network

4) delete /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/NetworkInterfaces.plist

5) reboot, add the network interface that you need and retry to login

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the step mentioned by kyndder is worth the try but I've never needed it

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