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Xcode 4.5.1 fails to download on OS X 10.8.2

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Oct 5, 2012 6:48 AM

Hi everyone!

 

I've recently updated my system to Mountain Lion and tried to install Xcode 4.5.1 from App Store. The 1st time it started to download and went on for some time and than I got an error message "Xcode failed to download. Use the Purchases page to try again." Trying again does not help. All latest system updates are installed. Available space 50GB.

 

I am not very familiar with Mac programming and this is my first time intalling Xcode. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

 

The log:

 

04.10.12 18:43:02,055App Store[2713]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648
04.10.12 18:43:36,986Dock[282]LaunchPad: __53-[LPAppManager(StoreSupport) _acceptStoreConnection:]_block_invoke_0 app store xpc message error: Connection invalid
04.10.12 19:00:23,482WindowServer[107]CGXDisableUpdate: UI updates were forcibly disabled by application "App Store" for over 1.00 seconds. Server has re-enabled them.
04.10.12 19:00:23,728WindowServer[107]reenable_update_for_connection: UI updates were finally reenabled by application "App Store" after 1.25 seconds (server forcibly re-enabled them after 1.00 seconds)
04.10.12 19:00:46,022App Store[3237]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648
04.10.12 19:01:16,699Dock[282]LaunchPad: __53-[LPAppManager(StoreSupport) _acceptStoreConnection:]_block_invoke_0 app store xpc message error: Connection invalid
04.10.12 19:03:41,587WindowServer[107]CGXDisableUpdate: UI updates were forcibly disabled by application "App Store" for over 1.00 seconds. Server has re-enabled them.
04.10.12 19:03:41,963WindowServer[107]reenable_update_for_connection: UI updates were finally reenabled by application "App Store" after 1.38 seconds (server forcibly re-enabled them after 1.00 seconds)
04.10.12 19:04:11,134App Store[3265]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648
04.10.12 19:04:21,854Dock[282]LaunchPad: __53-[LPAppManager(StoreSupport) _acceptStoreConnection:]_block_invoke_0 app store xpc message error: Connection invalid
05.10.12 11:01:25,566App Store[266]NSScanner: nil string argument
05.10.12 11:10:44,130coreservicesd[62]Can't change an application into stopped state for app App:"App Store" [ 0x0/0x5005]  @ 0x0x7ff2e0414040 because it's already been started.
05.10.12 11:10:57,227App Store[144]NSScanner: nil string argument
05.10.12 11:10:58,875WindowServer[97]CGXDisableUpdate: UI updates were forcibly disabled by application "App Store" for over 1.00 seconds. Server has re-enabled them.
05.10.12 11:10:58,939WindowServer[97]reenable_update_for_connection: UI updates were finally reenabled by application "App Store" after 1.07 seconds (server forcibly re-enabled them after 1.00 seconds)
05.10.12 11:26:46,643App Store[144]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648
05.10.12 11:28:58,857App Store[144]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648
05.10.12 12:43:59,453App Store[144]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648
05.10.12 12:44:22,795Dock[154]LaunchPad: __53-[LPAppManager(StoreSupport) _acceptStoreConnection:]_block_invoke_0 app store xpc message error: Connection invalid
05.10.12 12:53:14,582Dock[154]LaunchPad: __53-[LPAppManager(StoreSupport) _acceptStoreConnection:]_block_invoke_0 app store xpc message error: Connection invalid
05.10.12 13:15:31,894App Store[162]NSScanner: nil string argument
05.10.12 13:29:50,052App Store[309]NSScanner: nil string argument
05.10.12 13:29:55,180App Store[309]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648
05.10.12 13:30:19,031Dock[170]LaunchPad: __53-[LPAppManager(StoreSupport) _acceptStoreConnection:]_block_invoke_0 app store xpc message error: Connection invalid
05.10.12 14:05:18,934App Store[353]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648
05.10.12 14:11:23,163Dock[170]LaunchPad: __53-[LPAppManager(StoreSupport) _acceptStoreConnection:]_block_invoke_0 app store xpc message error: Connection invalid
05.10.12 14:12:19,506Dock[170]LaunchPad: __53-[LPAppManager(StoreSupport) _acceptStoreConnection:]_block_invoke_0 app store xpc message error: Connection invalid
05.10.12 14:14:25,083App Store[626]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648
05.10.12 14:14:35,023App Store[626]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648
05.10.12 14:15:00,619App Store[626]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648
05.10.12 14:17:18,721App Store[626]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648
05.10.12 16:49:46,217Dock[170]LaunchPad: __53-[LPAppManager(StoreSupport) _acceptStoreConnection:]_block_invoke_0 app store xpc message error: Connection invalid
05.10.12 17:30:35,661App Store[903]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648
05.10.12 17:36:04,332App Store[903]PKDistributionController: Found asset mzm.efylzcfn.pkg on disk for item 497799835 - Size 255131648

 

Thanks!

MacBook, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2), Xcode 4.5.1 failed to download

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