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Mac App Store update error: Hash Mismatch

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So when I go to update a few apps, one of them spits out a "Hash Mismatch" error. Are there any solutions to this problem? Is anybody else getting this same error?

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Yes, I am getting the same error on a brand-new Air, with iPhoto and Evernote. Very strange.
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I am getting it too with Evernote.

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Ok, delete the affected apps from the Applications folder (Don't let any automatic uninstaller app delete the data of the apps if you have one installed), then go to the purchased tab in the App Store and click on INSTALL for the affected apps
Your not going to get recharged this way, and it should be able to download the install the app.

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