I have a macbook pro and I cannot get dropbox to login to my account. I have used dropbox on this computer for a long time. I have tried all re-install/terminal command suggestions on the forums and nothing works. It says: "waiting to be linked to a dropbox account" and in Preferences>Account it says: "This computer isn't linked to an account". And I can't get the login/sign-in window to pop up so that I can type in anything...what do I do?
I use Macbook pro and I got exactly same problem.
The Dropbox always stucks here:
nlink this Dropbox.
re-install/terminal command suggestions on the forums too;Also nothing works.
It just happened yesterday and I try everything but no help, almost freaking me out!!!!
Hi C. Howard,
Thanks for the response, at least I'm not the only one with this problem! If you find a solution, please post it here, I have a feeling that a lot of people are experiencing the same thing. I even tried downloading an older version of dropbox and I actually got a login screen, BUT, as soon as I typed my login and password it blocked me saying: "You have an older version of dropbox, install the new one" which didn't work. Please include this thread if you contact them
This was a response that I just received!:
Hi Rajee, Thank you for your reply. Unfortunately, this setup may not meet the minimum requirements for the Dropbox application. Our records indicate that you are running Mac OS X 10.8.5. You need to be running at least 10.8.6 to be able to run the Dropbox application. Please review our recommended minimum requirements on the following page: https://www.dropbox.com/en/help/3
Let's hope this works…let me know if updating your OS made a diff. for you to
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