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  • Hi Steve:
    My host sent me instructions on how to add the memory to my ftp files. It works great now.
    Here is how I did it for others on the forum:

    Step 1:Connect via FTP to your hosting package’s primary FTP account.

    Step 2: Navigate to the /cgi-bin folder and determine if you have a file there called php.ini. If you do, please download it to your computer for editing.

    Step 3: Once the file is downloaded open it with Notepad on a PC or TextEdit on a Mac. If the file did not exist create a new file and save it with the file name php.ini (must be lowercase).

    Step 4: Add the below lines of code to the file and save it.

    memory_limit = 64M
    output_buffering = 2048

    Step 5: Upload the saved file to the FTP server and place it in the /cgi-bin fodler.

    Step 6: Navigate to the /cgi-bin/.php folder and locate the php.ini.coalesced file and delete it.

    Step 7: Browse to any PHP enable page on your site and the new settings will be enabled.

    Thank you Steve. I looked at your links. Will call my host to see if they can increase the php.ini file memory.

    Thanks Steve, however even trying to log in to WP on a new computer with 8 GB of memory, I still cannot log in and just get the same error. Although I was on the old XP low memory computer when I was trying to do the upgrade.

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