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  • daviatt
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    I did add file

    I added the upgrade1.php3 file that I received from John. Could the problem be that I loaded all the new files over the old? Am I just supposed to load the upgrade files and nothing else? Such as upgrade 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc.?

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  • tubedogg
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    To get from v1.1.6 to v2.2.1 you need to email John and get the upgrade file. You might also need files to get from 1.1.3 to 1.1.6, but that I don't know.

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  • Steve Machol
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    Did you contact John about the upgrade from 1.16 as per the instructions in the announcement?

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...threadid=33426

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  • daviatt
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    upgrade problem

    I run it until the end and it tells me to delete the upgrade1.php3 file . . . then when I try to log into the interface it can't remember the password.

    Is there a straight ahead 2.2.1 file that isn't an update . . . . the full file? I am having to upgrade fron 1.1.3 all the way up right now.

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  • Martin
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    are you running the complete upgrade sequence?

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  • daviatt
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    not recognizing passwords

    Heool,

    I an trying my hardest to install a vbulletin above 2.0 but cannot get in when it is loaded. I am going from 1.1.6 to 2 and it seems to load fine but when I get past 1.1.6 into the next version my admin password disappears! I get the message below:


    Wrong Password. Please press the back button, enter the correct password and try again. Don't forget that the password is case sensitive. Forgotten your password? Click here!


    And when I try to CLICK HERE . . . nothing happens.

    What can be the trouble that the forums admin password disappears?


    I have reinstalled three times . . . . starting from version 1.1.3. . . . to 1.1.6 . . . to 2.

    thank you,
    Daniel

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