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Ask Max: I keep getting a network settings error on my MacBook Pro...

Asked on 07/01/2009:

Hi Jacob,

Hope all's well. My Macbook Pro is stuck. When I try to open system preferences a window keeps popping up that says: 'Your network settings have been changed by another application.' It won't go away and I cannot reconfigure my systems to connect to the internet.


- Eli


A fix for this would be to delete the below files from 'Macintosh HD/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration', NetworkInterfaces.plist, preferences.plist.

After you move those files to the Trash, you will want to restart your computer. This problem can be caused by the installation of FireWall software or other network related software. Let me know how that works for you.

- Jacob

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