Hi all! I was in the process of trying to update a 2011 Mac mini to Mountain Lion via an external HDD that I have a partition that contains the Mountsin Lion installer. I have multiple Macs, and this is a fast way of installing it instead of downloading it each time. I know the installer works, because I didn't have any problems with it on the other computers that I installed it onto. After I booted from the external drive, I used Disk Utility to erase the internal HDD. I then went to install a new copy of OS X. Selected the correct drive to install it to, and when the installer was at the "preparing to install" stage (I believe this is when it is creating the recovery partition on the internal drive) it took a very long time and gave me an error saying that it couldn't download the needed files in order to install OS X. I tried it a few times, no luck. I repeated the above steps, all the way back to erasing the HDD again and starting over, no luck. Next, I tried to just use Internet Recovery, assuming it would reinstall Lion. Now I get an error after I see the spinning globe for a moment, and the errors have either been "-6002f" or "-6002d". Anyone have any thoughts on what to do? I've also tried resetting the PRAM once and that did not help. Thanks in advance!