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[Resolved] Update-core.php results in 404 (page not found)

  • When I hit the link in the yellow bar on top of my admin (“WordPress update-core.php is availalbe! You can now update”), i get a 404-error (page not found).

    When I move over the link, I see it’s directed to http://www.thisIStheURLofMYblog.org/wp-admin/2.7.1 .

    Yet there’s no such folder on the root, nor in the admin-folder (hence the 404?).

    I can’t find a file called “update-core.php” either…

    Is there anybody out there who knows more about this? Thanks!

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  • Ok my bad. Just go to ‘Tools’ and select ‘Upgrade’. Then hit ‘Upgrade automatically’. Great stuff.

    “Your bad”? I get same error message… How to fix that (not by making it to dissapear, but really).

    Same problem here… Even if I disable pretty permalinks I get same 404 error. Link is alwyas in form of mysite.com/wp-admin/2.7.1.
    What can be wrong? Please help

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