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Timothy Rasmussen Level 1 Level 1
I have 3 downloading apps that are in the "waiting" mode in my dock. They have not downloaded any data at all - they've been in this state for over two hours now.

I have two other computers on the same network that have downloaded the same apps within seconds.

I've tossed cookies, restarted the app store, restarted the computer….what else can I do? Any app I try to download on this one computer just seem to "wait" forever with no activity.

Help?

Thanks
TimR>

MacPro, OS X 10.6.6
Solved by daveoran on Jan 7, 2011 1:24 PM Solved
Here's another user with the same problem. Perhaps the following info will help:- My main machine is a MacbookPro with mulitple interfaces active (Ethernet w/ three VLANs + Airport)- A second machine is a Mac Mini with one ethernet (airport is off) but also multiple VLANS.- All apps I purchased got either stuck in "waiting", or went into "downloading" but never downloaded a single byte.- killin the app store application, and/or the storeagent and restarting didn't help. - Rebooting didn't helpHowever, if I turned off the Ethernet on my MacbookPro and disabled the VLANS, and just connected through the Airport. the apps then downloaded.However, disabling all but one of the VLANs on the Mac Mini didn't help.Perhaps it's people with multiple active interfaces who are experiencing this bug?
Reply by darious1472 on Jan 7, 2011 1:44 PM Helpful
That fixed it. I've just turned off my bonded network links (Link aggregation in network preferences) to switch to a single network connection and bang, downloading fine.Looks like a definite bug is the software that Apple need to fix. I'll run on a single cable for now until they do.

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