Error after attempting restore new Macbook

Brocksley

macrumors member
Original poster
Nov 5, 2013
59
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Utah
So, I'm a little embarrassed. I work in IT for an organization that is all Apple. I have restored and repaired a million Macs, but today I can't figure out what happened to my new Macbook. I was going to reinstall Yosemite, as I was on the beta and the last update was a little wonky. Booted into recovery, erased Macintosh HD, went to reinstall and it wasn't connecting to my WiFi, so I turned it off and went to do other things. Came back, and now when I boot with CMD R to get to recovery, it attempts to start Internet Recovery, then gives me the visit apple.com/support and error code -2006F.

I can't find that error anywhere. Not sure where to go from here since I don't have a usb c adapter to try and boot from a yosemite USB. Any thing else I can do?
 

pookitoo

macrumors regular
Apr 16, 2015
211
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Paris
You can try a Nvram reset : boot with cmd + alt + p + r

Or smc reset : with the MacBook turn off hold shift + ctrl + alt + power and release all the key in the same time ( plug the MacBook on power source)
 

Brocksley

macrumors member
Original poster
Nov 5, 2013
59
11
Utah
Ok, so it didn't want to connect to my WiFi on campus, soon as I tried another network it was fine. I wonder what it didn't like about WPA2 Enterprise.