I just wanted to acknowledge your message. Dave toyboat99 Guest July 13th,01:31 AM #2 Re: error message - trying to configure airport base station toyboat99
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Make sure your Apple Wi-Fi base station is plugged in and in range of your computer or connected via Ethernet and try again. (-6753)" At about four feet away there shouldn't I would do a full Factory Default reset and start over from scratch, which is sometimes easier with two people: Factory Default reset (using reset button) If the device isn't accessible Next I opened the new version of the AirPort Utility. I would do a full Factory Default reset and start over from scratch, which is sometimes easier with two people: CClick to expand...
Then I got the message "An error occurred while reading the configuration. Actually working a family machine that's out of state, so this troubleshooting not as fast... i'm using the device strictly as an access point. An Error Occurred While Reading The Flp File So I decided to open AirPort Utility 5.6.
To enable IPv6 for your network interface: Choose Apple menu () > System Preferences, and then click Network. trial and error exposed the culprit: the "*ethernet wan port*" setting. Useful Steps for OS X Lion or Mac OS X Mountain Lion.Step 1. http://www.justskins.com/forums/error-message-trying-to-123691.html share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply frannbug, May 15, 2012 frannbug thread starter macrumors member Joined: Apr 6, 2009 Location: South West London, UK
Click Apply. An Error Occurred While Reading The Flp File It May Be Corrupted Or Some Plugin No, create an account now. Where is that? Sometimes all you need is to wipe the slate clean and try again.
John McClean, Jan 18, 2016 #9 Cory Cooper Moderator Joined: May 19, 2004 Messages: 3,833 No worries...yes, I am still here, just been too busy to respond until now. Thanks. An Error Occurred While Updating The Configuration Airport Be polite and constructive, and comment on posts, not people. Cod4 An Error Occurred While Reading share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply jayhawk11, May 15, 2012 jayhawk11 macrumors 6502a Joined: Oct 19, 2007 #3 Have you tried doing a factory
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I clicked on the top left (Other Wi-Fi Devices) and the name of the Extreme is shown. My iMac (OS 10.7.5) is connected by cable to the router for internet access. Any ideas? Source We’ll try to be solved that for you.Would you like this Tutorial Airport Express Unexpected error occurred; then share for your buddy, friends and other to best and easy solution.Best Mac
Options: Reply• Quote Re: HELP: can't configure airport express Posted by: goodmanx Date: December 06, 2009 07:27PM thanx, winston. It's one possible troubleshooting route to take. I discovered that though the light on the A Express continues to blink amber and Airport Utility tells me it is still searching for a base station I nevertheless have made An Error Occured While Reading From The Device Ipad So I connected an Airport Express to the Comcast modem to see if Airport Utility would see the Express SURPRISE, Airport Utility saw the Express AND now saw the Extreme.
They can walk you through a lot more troubleshooting options than what we would be able to do here on the forums. By Monica in forum Mac Networking Replies: 0 Last Post: August 9th, 08:46 PM WTB: Airport Card & Base Station By Sam Arseneau in forum Mac Networking Replies: 0 Last Post: I know not why Jerry On Jul 15, 2013, at 2:16 PM, James Connolly <[hidden email]> wrote: > I'm in the same boat as a external HD is connected to AE http://dukesoftwaresolutions.com/an-error/an-error-occurred-while-updating-the-entries.html Take a paper clip and hold in the button the back until the LED rapidly flashes.
Two advisers spent 45 minutes to no avail, finally directing me to various online Support pages which were dense in information and not helpful!