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  • Hello,
    I was using wordpress 3.0.1 but as I saw that the new version 3.0.2 is able, I just installed it.

    But now when I was trying to use a plugin that doesn’t works in the new wp version, then I want to know if there is a way to get my old wp version back. If yes how?

    I didn’t make a backup.

    Thank you.

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  • A new upgrade also upgrades the database. What exactly causes a plugin to not work anymore is rather difficult to answer. Only thing you can try is to install 3.0.1 and see if the changes make this plugin run again.
    Not sure if the database is also changed back by doing this? At any case, finally there must be an upgrade of this plugin available. Just one question, is it G-Lock Double Opt-in Manager? Which plugin is it actualy?

    Try updating your plugin if there is one available.

    Try downloading 3.0.1 and pulling out the files mentioned at into your install.

    As mentioned in the link, the DB version didn’t change with 3.0.2.

    Before you try any of this, make a backup yeah?

    Thank you rainer and Michael,

    The plugin is Myeasybackup and doesn’t have an upgdate yet.
    And I don’t understand your first question rainer: (is it G-Lock Double Opt-in Manager?)

    I will replace those files and see if that works.

    Thank you.

    I bit odd as I just updated and did not have any problem.
    I did make a backup on my server just in case I have problem.

    Hi Michael, Thanks It is reverted now to 3.0.1 by replacing those files mentioned in the link.

    The only thing is not working now is the Myeasybackup plugin, after trying to installed from dashboard and also from downloading then activating from plugins list, and the error is:

    Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.

    Script execution halted: require_once() [function.require]: Failed opening required ‘C:/xampp/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/myeasybackup/inc/class.php5.addDir.php’ (include_path=’.;C:\xampp\php\PEAR’) — 64

    Thanks infocms, just asked because G-Lock Double Opt-in Manager is my newsletter plugin and for our blog important that this works. Anyway upgrade done, no errors.

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