Are you facing a blank screen on Adobe CC desktop app or is it just spinning wheel?
Please post a screenshot of the same.
What OS are you using?
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Assuming you are using Mac?
Open launchpad / search for disk utility / click verify disk permissions / repair disk permissions
Worked for me
No Spinning Wheel.....Just Blank with no Options
Replying from a different computer can't send a screen shot
Os in Windows 7 running service pack 1 = PC
Nope PC.....any suggestions
I would suggest you to first end the following processes from Task Manager :
Creative Cloud, Core Sync, Adobe Desktop Service
then, remove the OPM.db file, launch Creative Cloud App and relogin into the Creative Cloud desktop application using the Adobe ID tied to your subscription.
You can locate the OPM.db file in the \Users\<user name>\AppData\Local\Adobe\OOBE folder.
To view the hidden AppData folder, see Show hidden files, folders, filename extensions | Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7.
If that also does not work, try to follow the below article :
It may be your Network Card Driver is incompatible with the Creative Cloud App. In My case the Creative Cloud App would log in but then only show a blank rectangle labeled "Creative Cloud. I had two multiple hour sessions with Adobe Tech Support trying all the stuff above while controlling my computer remotely to no avail.
I uninstalled my Windows 7 PCIe Realtek GBE Driver and installed the newest Realtek Windows 8.1 PCIe GBE Family Driver fixed everything, the flashing hourglass -gone, the Libraries module flashing -gone, Creative Cloud blank -now working. I was running Windows 7 Pro (64 bit) when this problem started month ago when I upgraded to Photoshop CC 2015 and the most recent version of CC app, I upgraded to Windows 10 pro (64 bit). The Windows 10 installed a NIC driver that slowed my Gigabit Ethernet card to 100mbs, so I downgraded to Windows 7 driver so problem persisted until I installed the Windows 8.1 drivers.
I don't know if 8.1 drivers work in Windows 7 but they do work in Windows 10, this only applies to just the Windows 7 RealteK PCIe GBE Driver running in Windows 7 and 10, I don't know if it applies to other operating systems and different ethernet chip manufacturers, but it does give you another avenue to explore.