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  • Trevor Hannant
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    Problem was a vBSEO .htaccess file that was still present. If using cPanel, .htaccess files can be easily missed if you don't explicitly say to show hidden files (also a problem in some FTP software)

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  • Trevor Hannant
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    I've answered your ticket

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  • beishe8
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    Originally posted by watty005 View Post
    Hi, Recently I decided to reinstall and wipe my entire Public_html folder and start fresh on my website because the previous site was going no where.
    Anyway when I tried to install a fresh new copy of vb3.8.7 (mysite.com/install/install.php, pluse uploading the new config file) It doesnt even load it just shows a white screen.
    (Before the white screen was showing it showed a 404 errorr and saying vbseo.php was not found, I was think why is it asking for this? So i uploaded my vbseo.php file to the public_html then the white screen showed, when trying another install)

    Can anyone help me please?
    vbseo.php belongs to another product.
    Most probably you did not wipe your "entire Public_html folder",seems install.php trying to install vbseo instead of vbulletin.

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  • watty005
    started a topic Problems installing Vbulletin 3.8.7

    Problems installing Vbulletin 3.8.7

    Hi, Recently I decided to reinstall and wipe my entire Public_html folder and start fresh on my website because the previous site was going no where.
    Anyway when I tried to install a fresh new copy of vb3.8.7 (mysite.com/install/install.php, pluse uploading the new config file) It doesnt even load it just shows a white screen.
    (Before the white screen was showing it showed a 404 errorr and saying vbseo.php was not found, I was think why is it asking for this? So i uploaded my vbseo.php file to the public_html then the white screen showed, when trying another install)

    Can anyone help me please?

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