We all know how irritating it could be to lose an Internet connection in the middle of the responsible working or software installation process. One of the common performance errors a Mac user may face is when the Logic Pro X installation fails due to the sudden loss of the Internet connection.
It is especially annoying when one buys a brand new Logic Pro X and fails to process the installation because of the issues with internet. Is it fair? No, and it is possible to solve the problem shortly.
So, here is the exact scenario. You try to set up the software, but each time the system requires personal Mac’s passcode, the procedure fails by saying:
“Logic pro x was not able to complete the download. check your internet connection and try downloading again.”
After checking the internet connection once more, a Mac owner may find it is working as usual – no errors are detected. Still, the installation process goes on failing every time. No matter whether you try to reconnect the cable, disable-enable Wi-Fi, or reboot the system – nothing helps.
Before you try to do anything, make sure you have downloaded the copy of Logic Pro X from the official App Store in full. Check it out by going to the Mac App Store. Min that Logic Pro X should be in the Applications folder. Reboot the computer once you are done.
What if there is really something wrong with the internet connection or overall system performance? Try launching some other applications that depend on the internet connection. Mind that certain protections from malware and antiviruses may block the internet connection. In some situations, you should think whether to sacrifice online security in favor of Logic Pro X or other applications you wish to install on your computer.
Top Expert Solution
Most probably, your Mac’s Terminal will help in this situation. Once you notice a crash in the installation process, do the offered:
- Launch Terminal.
- Is any manual download link over there? Try clicking it!
- Mind the link Logic Pro X is fetching the main content from – it may be useful
- After that, try downloading and setting up the software again.
Other Manual Solutions to Try
Attempt to download the entire Logic Pro X content file by file, step-by-step. The package of the software is big enough. Go to the Mac App Store and find the target software. Download the content one package at a time to overcome the issue with the internet. It often helps. Any torrent client may prevent a Mac user from downloading and installing Logic Pro X as well as other types of content from the internet.
You can always try another network to download and set up the software of your interest. If the core problem is with the network, mind that it can be a result of the faulty router. Wi-Fi may disconnect because of the interface like Microwave or personal ISP. Those things may reset the connection every 24 hours.
Apple Service Provider may speed up the slow connection, so it is the last thing to try.