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  • when i try to Re-Install Automatically it says an error:

    Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 30146560) (tried to allocate 3097329 bytes) in /homepages/27/d210101166/htdocs/portfolio/wp-includes/class-http.php on line 1426

    You may need to speak to your host.

    Running out of memory means that you are restricted by either server configuration, or server hardware. This will relate directly to the maximum size of process you can handle (including file sizes).

    i just found out that when i deactive the wp-commerce plugin (from this works ok

    is this a known issue?

    Hey yach,

    had the same problem. Thanks to your post I deactivated wp-commerce and updated to the newest WP software.


    Just within the last couple of days I have not been able to access my media files. If I want to add a pic that has already been uploaded to my wordpress I get this message:

    All the pics are showing up in my posts.

    Any ideas?



    Looks like a possible plugin-conflict. Have you tried deactivating all your plugins and seeing whether the behaviour persists?

    If the media files behave normally with no plugins active, then try reactivating the plugins one by one to discover which is the culprit.

    Yes, I tried that. I deactivated all plug ins and the problem was still there. I reactivated the plug ins one at a time and no change.

    I also deleted all deactivated plugs that weren’t being used. No change.

    The same problem after upgrade to wp 3.1.3! Cant see mediafiles!
    And also i cant see images and books in FlippingBook plugin.

    about the FlippingBook plugin i have no idea
    but installing the hotfix fixed my problem and now i can see my media
    if you have the getshopped plugin of wp-ecommerce and 3.1.3 you can’t see ur media, just intall the hotfix or wait for a new release of wordpress

    Thank U so much! Hotfix fixed my mediafil problem!

    you are welcome

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