File "dropbox\client\databases.pyc", line 306, in load_dropbox_config
File "dropbox\gui.pyc", line 125, in _trace_warn_if_called_on_main_thread
File "dropbox\client\config.pyc", line 301, in __getitem__
File "dropbox\client\config.pyc", line 93, in __getitem__
During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "dropbox\client\main.pyc", line 7994, in main_startup
File "dropbox\client\main.pyc", line 3441, in run
File "dropbox\client\configuration\manager.pyc", line 231, in load_config
File "dropbox\client\databases.pyc", line 324, in load_dropbox_config
File "dropbox\client\databases.pyc", line 55, in delete_nucleus_dbs
File "shutil.pyc", line 516, in rmtree
File "shutil.pyc", line 400, in _rmtree_unsafe
File "shutil.pyc", line 398, in _rmtree_unsafe
PermissionError: [WinError 5] Δεν επιτρέπεται η πρόσβαση: 'C:\\Users\\User\\AppData\\Local\\Dropbox\\instance1\\sync\\nucleus.sqlite3-shm'
I really hope someone can help! I use Windows 7; didnt have the time to update to Windows 10 yet. Do you think this may be the reason? I constantly work on Dropbox and it's super important for my work. Also, trying to find a solution, I found pages that were repoting similar problems after updating to Windows 10!
Thank you for your answer! However, I 'm not sure what you mean by fixing the access permission. Could you perhaps explain it? I searched about it and only things like access to shared folders (which I don't have) came up 😞
I didn't mean permission on any folder in your online account. Seems my words above was too short. In the citing, I'm referring above, coming from your initial comment, could be seen "mode=0o40555" for your Dropbox folder. This is NOT related to your account, but your local folder (connected to the account)!!! The last 3 fivet show that somehow you (could be while using some third party application - unintentionally) have restricted write access to this folder (i.e. write permissions are Denied). The mode should end in 3 sevenths (for full access)! Use folder's properties and permissions and remove any Deny, for write access, set somewhere.
Hope this adds some clarity.
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