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Fix error 0xe00002c9 when mounting disk images System
Recently I re-intalled Tiger from scratch on my old iBook G3. I let Apple's Software Update download all the relevant updates, and after the necessary restarts, I tried to mount a disk image. To my surprise, both the Finder and the Disk utility came up with an error (0xe00002c9) and refused to mount the disk image. I tried other disk images with the same result.

After some googling and searching in the Apple support forums, I came up with the following remedy: you need to manually download and install the latest Security Update (009 as of this writing) and then restart (naturally). I can only guess that this is an issue of a corrupt download from Software Update, since this security update was already installed automatically.

[robg adds: You can find the Security Update on Apple's Support Downloads page. This doesn't seem to be a universal problem (or else there would have been a major uproar about it), but there are quite a few matches to a Google query on the error code -- so hopefully this fix helps someone else out of a jam.]
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Fix error 0xe00002c9 when mounting disk images
Authored by: earthling on Jan 31, '08 01:47:47PM

i recently installed leopard and all relevant updates via 'software update' on a g5. i had a few glitches - so checked for further updates with 'software update' and was surprised to see 'security 009' was needed. after installing all glitches appear to have been sorted.

cheers, earthling



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Fix error 0xe00002c9 when mounting disk images
Authored by: Asa Patterson on Feb 04, '08 05:21:46PM

Thank you! The only problem is that when I download the security update it in itself is a disk image! Any help would be appreciated.(I already tried to install the security update using system updater but it was not listed as an option to install)



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Fix error 0xe00002c9 when mounting disk images
Authored by: csegeek on Mar 27, '09 03:19:25PM
I too had an issue with what to do with the Security update after I downloaded it. Well here was my fix. http://cegeekbook.blogspot.com/2009/03/os-x-error-mounting-disk-images-fix.html With full references back to this post. Tks LPM this was a life saver at the time.

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