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    I was doing a post this morning and everything was fine… Then I wanted write another one this afternoon and when ever I tried to get into the back end I would either get a 500 error or a blank page. I think it is my WP install as I still get the front end just fine. Any cluse what to check?
    I deleted any plugins which I updated in the last two days.

    I re-installed WordPress 3.2.1. used the same database and everything was fine. then I plopped in my old wp-content folder and the problem is back. I am using K2 from SVN I think it is 1.5.1.
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    Any pointers appreciated.

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  • you do not have to delete all your plugins. just disable or rename some of your plugins folder to disable it manually and see which plugins is the one that caused the problem. from what you are saying, i think it might be one of the plugin that is causing the problem.



    Thank you for the place to look: I used this tip to help. How to deactivate plugins when you can not access the admin menu. I think I got most of everything working again… It is still really slow but at least it is responding now.

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