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i have the same problem but on windows
Below is the process for Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10. It is similar to that described for MACs
1) End all Adobe processes
a) Run Task Manager as Administrator (Enter Task Manager in Search, right click Task Manager, click Run as Admin)
b) Click Processes tab
c) In the Name list, find each Adobe process
d) Right click
e) Select End Task on every Adobe process in the list, one at a time
2) From Windows Explorer / File Explorer go to C:\Users\user name\AppData\local\Adobe
3) Delete OOBE folder and AAM Updater folder
4) Start Creative Cloud and Login
This process worked for me. I hope this helps others.
Go to activity monitor and force quit all adobe apps, then go to your osx disk, OSX -> Users ->YourUserName -> Library(it is hidden by default, press CMD+Shift+.) -> Adobe, then delete the OOBE and AAMUpdater folders. Relaunch and should be good to go. Just worked for me. Hopes this helps.
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