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  • wpts_users: Table ‘driven_wp878.wpts_users’ doesn’t exist
    wpts_usermeta: Table ‘driven_wp878.wpts_usermeta’ doesn’t exist
    wpts_posts: Table ‘driven_wp878.wpts_posts’ doesn’t exist
    wpts_options: Table ‘driven_wp878.wpts_options’ doesn’t exist
    wpts_postmeta: Table ‘driven_wp878.wpts_postmeta’ doesn’t exist
    wpts_terms: Table ‘driven_wp878.wpts_terms’ doesn’t exist
    wpts_term_taxonomy: Table ‘driven_wp878.wpts_term_taxonomy’ doesn’t exist
    wpts_term_relationships: Table ‘driven_wp878.wpts_term_relationships’ doesn’t exist
    wpts_termmeta: Table ‘driven_wp878.wpts_termmeta’ doesn’t exist

    • This topic was modified 3 months, 4 weeks ago by Yui. Reason: renamed, not informative
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  • @kellyirenuma

    This error message suggests that your WordPress site is unable to locate necessary tables in your database. This could occur due to several reasons, such as a misconfiguration in your wp-config.php file, or actual missing tables in your database.

    Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot:

    1. Check your wp-config.php file: Ensure that the database name, database user, database password, and database host in your wp-config.php file match with your actual database credentials.
    2. Access your database: Use phpMyAdmin or a similar database management tool provided by your hosting provider. This allows you to view and interact with your WordPress database. Check if the database specified in wp-config.php exists and if the tables are there.
    3. Verify table prefix: In your wp-config.php file, check the $table_prefix value. If it’s set to wpts_, your WordPress installation will expect all the core tables to start with wpts_. If they don’t (for example, they start with wp_), you’ll need to change the $table_prefix value to match.
    4. Repair the Database: If the tables do exist but are corrupt, you might need to repair your database. Add
      define('WP_ALLOW_REPAIR', true);
      to your wp-config.php file. Then, visit (replace with your actual domain) and follow the instructions to repair and optimize your database.
    5. Restore a Backup: If the tables are missing and you have a recent backup of your website, you may want to consider restoring the backup.

    Any time you’re dealing with your site’s database, you should be very careful. Manipulating the database can potentially result in data loss or broken functionality if not done correctly.

    Always keep a backup.

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