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  • I am moving my blog to another hosting provider and am having problems loading the backup database. Here is the beginning of the error message I’ve received from phpMyAdmin:

    ERROR: Unknown Punctuation String @ 6
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    <b>Warning</b>: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /web/myadmin/p50/73/export.php:150) in <b>/web/myadmin/p50/73/libraries/ob.lib.php</b> on line <b>61</b>

    Also, the new host shows the domain root as, but the prior host used Also, the new host automatically created the database name, which, of course, is not the same as the name I used with the other host. Are these the problems?

    Any help correcting this would be greatly appreciated.


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  • Talk to you host. WordPress is for troubleshooting wordpress admin and stuff life that. But your host should be able to help you.

    Well, my host said it’s a WordPress issue. The other thing I noticed is that the host installation automatically provided a database user name. Again, this name is different that the one that I used with the other host.

    I have tried remaining the backup txt file to match the name of the new database. Same error.

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