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I am unable to access software updates and access iTunes store. I get a message check network connections or not connected to internet. However my internet connection is working well.

The problem started after I downloaded iPad 2 update patch. After downloading I was unable to update my iPad

I do not know what to do. Please help
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1. Restart you router (power off and on again).
2. Restart your Mac
3. Update to the latest version of iTunes.
4. Try again.
5. Post back with results.

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