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Ok ... I hear you!


Why create a new topic as there is plenty of same topic on internet  B)


Here's why:


1) I try nearly everything with no success

2) I saw that if we're running an AMD processor it's more complicated to have them working (able to make the sign in process because that's the problem!!). So I'm on the right site!  -_-

3) May be it's time to recompile the existing solution in one place?

4) want to know if there's someone running Mavericks on an AMD cpu platform and who have iCloud, iMessage, FaceTime RUNNING! (So succeed to sign-in)!


Thanks a lot to everybody



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I tried different SMBios (last one is iMac 13,2) but still problem.


the best I had:


1) I can connect to the first "Message connection" screen

2) when try to connect again (I see the message screen but a message says "not connected please sign in"), I can't sign-in (Can't connect - activation error). If I try another registred mail address I receive the message but behind suddenly i'm connected, I can see my info ... but 10 sec. after I'm disconnected. I have the error window which is poping 6 times ...


What that hell _  :angry:

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Im sorry you havent solve that issue.i already gave you all the solution i could.but il look around to see if i find anyone with the same specs as you.can you proby me your system info:

Yes is in your Signature but im on my mobile and cant really see all of it :)

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same here

i installed the module Nvram or something like that from chameleon wizard and now it says "you can t login now, try later.."

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I tried to create a new AppleId at login ... with no success !!  :angry:



Even the "super moderators"  ;)



My feeling is that's a small thing like a bad UID or something like that. But tried everything.


I also tried to modify my "SystemId" string with the Mac address of my Nic. Didn't change anything.


Need more brains  :D

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Hi .. It got something to do with network cards. if you use a non apple network controller this might be the reason.


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I use a REALTEK RTL8111 ... not Apple mic I thing.

So ... what to do?

And I suppose I'm not the only want!


I keep trying changing SMBios config but with no success.


Finally, for the adapter I saw two "to do".

One is to name the adapter "en0" and the other ... it must be "Ethernet" !!!!


I tried both ...


In the "NetworkInterfaces.plist" it's written "en0" ... 


Some one knows the right name for the Ethernet in Preferences/Network?


Again, I saw the 2 solution and saying "must be" "en0" or "Ethernet" ;-)


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