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I faced the same problem of my download not resuming after I switched on my MacBook. I used the above mentioned remedy of checking my unfinished downloads from the AppStore. Lo and behold, El Capitan started to download on its own.
In App Store, selecting Store > Check for Unfinished Downloads did work for me.
I've found the solution: Close the "App Store" App Open "Terminal" Enter defaults write com.apple.appstore ShowDebugMenu -bool true Open the "App Store" app Now you have in the menu-item "Debug" - open it - and open "Show Download Folder" Delete all files and folders in the folder "com.apple.appstore" Close the "App Store" app Restart the Mac Open the "App ...
Here's good Apple site (Technical Note TN2123) describing Crash Logs.
If you have a Mac model released in mid-2010 or later -- If your Mac has the latest firmware updates, it can access OS X Internet Recovery. If the local OS X Recovery system is missing, late-model Mac computers should automatically attempt to access OS X Internet Recovery. You can also force a system to start up to OS X Internet Recovery by holding down ...
I had the same problem here. Reset the SMC and it fixed problem for ½ a day. Then back to not charging. Although the Macbook Pro indicator did show a charger connected, it just wasn't charging the battery and there was no light (amber or green) on the magsafe power from the Thunderbolt display. Another magsafe external charger gave the same results. ...
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