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Discussion in 'OS X Mavericks (10.9)' started by Benkovitch, Oct 23, 2013.
Tried 10 times!!
Did you delete the copy of the file from the Applications folder?
its empty ((
Do you have a new folder in the root of your Macintosh HD called "private"?
What's the spec of your Mac?
probably not empty, but not visible...
this happened to me on my first install attempt. i went back to the app store, deleted 'mavericks' from my apps list, then started over....
i found a file and dragged it to AppCleaner...redownloading,we'll see
MBAIR 13" Early 2013
I found the file in other folder(in local language of the system,Russian).Deleted it.We'll see now
deleting of the file and even dragging to AppCleaner didn't fix the issue.
what to do?
Backup and do a clean install is what comes to mind...Can't see any other issues unless you have problems with your Apple account.
its Mac..have to be other fix
I had the same problem last night when I downloaded Mavericks through the "upgrade" section of the App Store.
After a couple of failed attempts, I went to the "Featured" section and clicked Download on Mavericks under the "Best New Apps" section. Worked perfectly.
Makes me wonder if something is up with the "Upgrade" method/file
turning on and off fixed it))jnot reboot