Not Solved Problem with My Forum
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Hey! So I woke up today with this issue. Any ideas? I'm not a techie but I know how to follow directions Big Grin


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delete install folder from root
or access yourwebsite.com/install
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#3
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Log into your cpanel and go to your file management, from there choose public_html and delete the folder named 'install'. This should then fix the issue for you.
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Thanks!!!! This is the new problem now!

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Go in phpmyadmin and press Repair Table mybbs9_sessions
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(2016-12-24, 08:29 AM)AlexanderPep Wrote: Go in phpmyadmin and press Repair Table mybbs9_sessions

Yes this should resolve your issue. Please let us know how you get on.
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(2016-12-24, 11:53 PM)Nasyr Wrote:
(2016-12-24, 08:29 AM)AlexanderPep Wrote: Go in phpmyadmin and press Repair Table mybbs9_sessions

Yes this should resolve your issue. Please let us know how you get on.

Tried.. now my forum (perhaps an unrelated issue) has a messed up home page and my /admin redirects to a 404.

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can you paste a screenshot of your public_html(or main forum) directory
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(2016-12-25, 04:23 AM)Dark-Power-Invader Wrote: can you paste a screenshot of your public_html(or main forum) directory

Thank you everyone for your help!

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Kindly upload all missing directory(you can get them by comparing your current directory and latest downloaded MyBB archive)
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