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    After upgrading from Snow Leopard to Mountain Lion, App Store fails to open

    Recently, I upgraded my Macbook Air with Mountain Lion. After the upgradation, I have been noticing that App Store is not opening. Does Mountain Lion do not support App Store access? Please suggest a solution.

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    Re: After upgrading from Snow Leopard to Mountain Lion, App Store fails to open


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    You need to reinstall the App Store for a Mountain Lion system.

    So perform the following steps:



    1. You need to download the OS X 10.6.6 Combo updater and mount the disk image.

    2. After that also download Pacifist from Charles Soft and install it.

    3. Once it is install then open the pacifist and then open the 10.6.6 combo installation
    package into it.

    4. Now locate the "Contents of MacOSXUpdate10.6.6.pkg > under the Applications"
    folder and then choose the "App Store.app" file.

    5. Now press the click "Install" in the Pacifist toolbar and choose to install with
    administrator.

    6. By reinstalling the store,your app is work.

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    saicharan Array
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    Re: After upgrading from Snow Leopard to Mountain Lion, App Store fails to open

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say........................

    1.No the Mountain Lion OS also supports app store.

    2.The files related to the App store may be not installed correctly.

    3.So you are facing this problem.

    4.So if possible you try to update it.

    5.If it is not possible then you open the Time Machine and perform Restore in your Mac to fix this problem.

    6.If still you have the problem then you have to re-install the Os to fix this problem.

    All the best......................

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    Re: After upgrading from Snow Leopard to Mountain Lion, App Store fails to open

    Hi..........................,


    Suggestions ------------------->
    * Make sure that app store is updated.
    * You need to update the app store using fast net connection.
    * Also sign in before the app download.
    * You must maintain space in the device memory so that apps can work properly.
    * This can be maintained by cleaning the cache and history files in device.
    * You can also take the help of memory cleaner app for cleaning the memory.
    * Also see that RAM in device is also more so to increase the processing speed.
    * Save the device from all kind of the virus attack.
    * Have the purchased version of the antivirus for this purpose.
    * Also see that software of the device is in updated format.
    * Backups of all important files are also needed in device.
    * Update the software of the device.
    * Visit the security area of the device to update the device software.
    * Use fast net connection to update the software.


    Thanks

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    Re: After upgrading from Snow Leopard to Mountain Lion, App Store fails to open

    Hello Dear,

    Yes, Mountain Lion Supports App Store.

    When you upgraded your Macbook, it might be crashed/corrupted.

    Just uninstall the Current version of it.

    Then Download the latest version of App Store app and install it in your device.

    This will solve your problem.

    Thank You.

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