02-21-2019 06:55 PM
02-21-2019 10:53 PM
Yes I had the same issue took me 2 hours to figure out.
Finally got it.
Step by step to fix the issue of getting stuck with the Authenticating message:
Step 1: right Click on finder and click "go to folder"
Step 2: copy paste /private/etc/hosts and click "go"
Step 3: copy "hosts" folder to your deskop
Step 4: Open the folder and Delete all the content in the "hosts" file and past the below:
# Host Database
# localhost is used to configure the loopback interface
# when the system is booting. Do not change this entry.
Step 5: Safe the folder and copy it Back to the orginal place: /private/etc/hosts and click "Replace"
Step 6: reopen Quick it will work
a month ago
I faced an issue that after login, I want to go "creat mode" then it goes back to the login page again...
I checked on this, lots of users faced the same problem as me, please provide the solution.
a month ago
have same issue mac os 10.14.3
host file doesn't help
2 weeks ago
I had the same problem, stuck on Authenticating. Tried everything with GoPro support but could not get it to work.
At the end, they said my graphics drivers needing upgrading. I found that hard to believe since my Lenovo Yoga is only 6 months old.
In my case, it was working one day and then suddenly got stuck on Authenticating the next day.
Between these two days I remembered Forticlient did an automatic update.
After UNINSTALLING Forticlient, Quik Desktop is now Authenticating and working fine.