Sorry, a serious error occurred

sorry, a serious error occurred

And this problem occurs because the file appears on the list of disabled files for the Microsoft Office program. You can also try the following. Luckily, fixing this critical error is usually just a matter of you'll be able to see the various PHP errors occurring on your site. Fatal Error: Cannot redeclare wfprofilein(). This could happen if you upgraded and you have a StartProfiler.php file in the root MediaWiki. sorry, a serious error occurred

Sorry, a serious error occurred - sorry

Manual:Common errors and symptoms

Other languages:

See also: Manual:How to debug

You see a blank page

A blank white page indicates a PHP error which isn't being printed to the screen. To force this, add the following lines to the file, underneath the :

error_reporting(E_ALL);ini_set('display_errors',1);

You can also set a value for in and read the PHP error log to find out what's going on. In some cases, PHP errors might also be recorded in the web server error log.

Error reports may include:

  • "Warning [...] It is not safe to rely on the system's timezone settings. You are *required* to use the date.timezone setting or the date_default_timezone_set() function." Check if is set correctly (or set at all) in .
  • Certain files may be reported as missing (e.g. when the folder in your folder is no longer present, you may receive the message that a required imaging process "failed to open stream"). Check the original installation package at MediaWiki (make sure to consult the appropriate version) to see if this is the case. If so, simply copy the missing files from the package into your MediaWiki directory. It may be necessary to refresh the cache and restart the webserver afterwards.
  • MySQL socket cannot be found. If is set to the correct MySQL socket but is not, it may result in a blank screen with no error output from the webserver or php. The fix is to update the entry in the file.

Many people report blank pages in recent versions after submitting articles to their new wiki. A likely cause is the memory limit in default php installations (usually 8 MB). Please check your PHP and/or Apache error logs. To modify this setting edit and increase the "memory_limit" setting. For example to raise it to 32 MB replace the existing text with "". Make sure to restart your webserver after you have changed this value.

The memory limit may also have been set in your file. Scan for the line containing the memory_limit setting and increase as needed. 20M may not be enough if you are running version 1.15.1. Change it to e.g. "". This change does not require you to restart apache.

If the page just hangs loading during some time (like 30 seconds) doing a specific action, and then it results in a blank page or HTTP 500 error, the problem is a timeout connecting to some server. This may be the database server, or if it happens doing a specific action, the mail server (if you have configured email settings). If it's the email server, check if you can connect to it from the server running MediaWiki, for example, running the Telnet client to the server and port configured on $wgSMTP and seeing if it can connect.

If you can see the page contents briefly, and suddenly the entire page goes blank, most likely the problem is caused by the presence of a JavaScript instruction in one of the scripts of the wiki. You can check if that's the case if you open your browser console (hit F12) and reload the page. If the network tab returns a HTTP 200 status, and the transfer is of several kilobytes, it's very likely this is the problem. is legacy code that causes the entire page to become blank if it's used outside of the page HTML, and it may be present on the wiki's JavaScript pages. You can disable JavaScript on your browser, or set $wgUseSiteJs and $wgAllowUserJs to false to disable those scripts until you fix the broken scripts.

MediaWiki Errors

All pages have no content, but when editing a page the wiki text is there

Optionally with those error messages:

PHP Warning: preg_replace(): Compilation failed: group name must start with a non-digit at offset 4 in /var/www/wiki/htdocs/includes/MagicWord.php

This is caused by a change in PCRE 8.34. You need to update MediaWiki to a supported version. See Updating to PCRE 8.33 or Higher. The problem is solved in all currently supported versions of MediaWiki (see task T60640).

See report: Topic:Rz2zo0m88rrxqrfn and Thread:Project:Support_desk/MediaWiki_don't_work_with_PCRE_8.34_(2)

Image Thumbnails not working and/or appearing

This section lists problems and solutions relating to thumbnails not rendering or displaying.

Error creating thumbnail: File missing:

This might happen due to wrong values of global variables as explained in:

Decimal-point in srcset locale bug

If image thumbnails simply don't appear, and there's no error visible on those pages, look at the HTML source of the page and search for "". If you find something like , where it appears instead of , the problem is caused by task T181987, and you should add this to LocalSettings.php:

setlocale(LC_NUMERIC,"C");

Be sure there's no $wgShellLocale defined in your LocalSettings.php, or add also this:

$wgShellLocale="C.UTF-8";

SVG

See also: Manual:Image administration

First, determine your $wgSVGConverter setting. By default, it is set to use ImageMagick for conversion.

Using ImageMagick

You need at least ImageMagick 6.x.x. Ensure that your $wgImageMagickConvertCommand variable is valid. Common settings are:

$wgImageMagickConvertCommand="/usr/bin/convert";$wgImageMagickConvertCommand="/usr/local/bin/convert";

If it does not work, try setting $wgSVGConverterPath.

$wgSVGConverterPath="/usr/bin";$wgSVGConverterPath="/usr/local/bin";

Shared hosts may provide different ImageMagick versions to meet the needs of different users. Please use version 6.x.x.

  • To determine the version of ImageMagick, search the help files of your host provider, or use or to detect.
  • On GoDaddy Linux shared hosts, "/usr/bin/convert" for Version 5.5.6 and "/usr/local/bin/convert" for Version 6.2.8.

If generating thumbnails with ImageMagick fails with a web server error log message like "Memory allocation failed" or "/bin/ulimit4.sh: Segmentation fault /usr/bin/convert ...", the $wgMaxShellMemory value may need to be increased.

When the path is missing non-ASCII characters

  • Check if UTF-8 locals are available on your server by running
  • When it's not available run or put in the locales with UTF-8 for your country and change the value for $wgShellLocale accoring to this

When using IIS/FastCGI on Windows, the guest account that is used also needs execute permission on %SYSTEMROOT%\System32\cmd.exe otherwise you'll receive an "Unable to Fork" error.

Using Batik

MediaWiki places time and memory limits on shell commands under Linux. If you receive the error "Error occurred during initialization of VM, Could not reserve enough space for object heap, Could not create the Java virtual machine.", try increasing the value of $wgMaxShellMemory.

Using rsvg

On some Linux and BSD installations rsvg is renamed:

Instead of setting (default)

$wgSVGConverters=array('rsvg'=>'$path/rsvg -w$width -h$height $input $output');

you would like to set

$wgSVGConverters=array('rsvg'=>'$path/rsvg-convert -w $width -h $height -o $output $input');

JPEG

Symptom: This error message within a grey box:

Error creating thumbnail: Invalid thumbnail parameters

One cause: the number of pixels in the original image exceeding $wgMaxImageArea. The default value 1.25e7 is too small for many modern cameras. Too bad the diagnostic really doesn't hint at the problem.

You can increase the value of $wgMaxImageArea or switch to using ImageMagick which evades this restriction (set $wgUseImageMagick and $wgImageMagickConvertCommand).

Large images can take significant processing time. It may be good policy to cap the size of images.

JPEG (using GD)

Symptom: This error message within a grey box:

Error creating thumbnail: Incomplete GD library configuration: missing function imagecreatefromjpeg

Some PHP 4.x and 5.x versions of PHP have a bug where the libjpeg is detected but not enabled during the step; this is fairly prevalent on Red Hat/RHEL/CentOS systems. The fix for this (if you don't want to use ImageMagick) is to recompile PHP. First, find out (from phpinfo()) what the existing switches were, and add before.

make clean ./configure --with-various-switches--with-jpeg-dir --with-gd --with-more-switches make make test #switch to root make install

Afterwards, restart the webserver (for Apache on Red Hat: then ). To test, simply view the File:... page again (no need to upload again). For more information see the comments on PHP: imagecreatefromjpeg (function synopsis)

Unable to save thumbnail to destination

If you get the error "Error generating thumbnail / Error creating thumbnail: Unable to save thumbnail to destination" and the $wgUploadDirectory directory has the correct permissions (at all levels), check that $wgTmpDirectory actually exists. (Unlike some path variables such as $wgCacheDirectory, $wgTmpDirectory is not created at runtime.) A more detailed error message may be available if you turn on logging with $wgDebugLogFile.

Error creating thumbnail Error code: 25

If you get "Error creating thumbnail Error code: 25" with ImageMagick, try increasing $wgMaxShellFileSize.

Manually adding thumbnail files

In situations in which it's not feasible to create the thumbnails dynamically on request (e.g. for very large images, "Error creating thumbnail: unable to extend cache", "Error creating thumbnail: convert: no images defined", and similar), it is possible to manually add the thumbnail files. This involves creating the smaller images in the desired sizes and uploading them to the directory in $wgUploadDirectory.

For example, a file that has uploaded to:

images/f/f8/Foo.png

should have its thumbnails at:

images/thumb/f/f8/Foo.png/100px-Foo.png images/thumb/f/f8/Foo.png/600px-Foo.png

The pixel size is the horizontal dimension. An example Bash script for creating thumbnails is available at Phabricator:P7049.

Error creating thumbnail: Error code: -1 on OVH mutualized hosting

For unidentified reason, creation of thumbnails on some mutualized OVH hosting are failing with this error, even if running the command in SSH shell works.

Solution is to specifically prevent from using ImageMagick by setting $wgUseImageMagick to false in LocalSettings.php :

$wgUseImageMagick = false;

Sorry! We could not process your edit due to a loss of session data. Please try again. If it still doesn't work, try logging out and logging back in.

See Manual:How to debug/Login problems.

Content Limits

If your Apache server has the Hardened PHP patch, you may need to edit several variables in your /etc/php.ini file if you wish to have wiki pages with large amounts of content. In particular, consider the settings for varfilter.max_value_length, hphp.post.max_value_length, and hphp.request.max_value_length. The default settings may limit your pages to less than 10k or 64k in size.

Another possibility is if your Apache server is using mod_security that could be interfering with mediawiki. You will need to turn it off for mediawiki to work properly

You have not specified a valid user name / Completely blank page edits and previews / Unable to upload

This is caused by something truncating or dropping POST data from the browser to the web server.

In at least one instance, this was caused by post_max_size and upload_max_filesize in php.ini being set too high (2048M). Setting them back to more sane values (8M) fixed it. Apparently, no POST data was actually making it through to MediaWiki.

In another instance, mod_auth_sspi was interfering with http posts to MW. Using FireFox and entering domain credentials would work fine, but MSIE would fail. This is a known defect in mod_auth_sspi 1.0.4

You have a few options to make this work:

  • Set SSPIOfferSSPI off ← users will get prompted and have to enter domain credentials, same as BASIC mode
  • Set SSPIPerRequestAuth on ← I don't see how this is a healthy configuration but it worked (except over the high latency connection I'm forced to contend with)
  • Downgrade to 1.0.3 but it's basically the same as #2 above.

The wiki appears without styles applied and images are missing

If the wiki looks fine if you browse it from the same server where it's being hosted but it appears without CSS styles applied (no colors, no backgrounds, no images, very minimal formatting, etc) if you access it from other machines (or some of them), the most probable cause is that the server is having problems with determining the IP or host name that is being used to access it, or it's misconfigured. This causes URLs to styles and images to be generated using the loopback IP address 127.0.0.1, localhost, or a host name not known outside of the server. You can see the source code of any page and check how URLs look like and what happens if you try to access them directly via your browser.

The solution is to manually specify the $wgServer variable to the host name that everyone will use to access the wiki.

If your wiki is being accessed from an internal network and an external one, you may need to use the external address for . Don't forget the port number if you are using a non-standard port as may by the case if your ISP has blocked port 80 (Example: )

If styles aren't applied even when browsing the wiki from the server where it's hosted, the problem may be a PHP error on the ResourceLoader script. Try to browse the load.php file of your MediaWiki installation with your web browser and see if it displays any errors or just a blank page (see #You see a Blank Page). You should see a comment similar to . If so, it may be a problem with the web server's file.

If you instead see a 404 Not found error, it may be a problem with the web server's rewrite rules if you attempted to configure Short URLs.

If you're getting 500 error responses from load.php urls, check the webserver's error log files to get more information of the errors. There seems to be a problem with some PHP versions and Gentoo that causes apache to segfault[1]. This can also happen if you have APC enabled, setting in php.ini might help[2].

Since MediaWiki 1.23, you may end with a wiki with most of the Vector-specific skin styles, like sidebar placed at the end of the page. That may be caused by a low limit of pcre.backtrack_limit set up on some distributions like FreeBSD. It's known to have problems with values of 10000. Increase that value to 100000, or the current default of 1000000.

Since MediaWiki 1.26, some skins, and specially Vector, may have this problem. If you see the error in the error console of your browser, most likely cause is the lack of permissions of MediaWiki to write to the default temp folder, either because PHP has no permissions to write to ( on Windows), or because there's an open_basedir restriction and that path isn't included on it. See task T119934. You can also set if you're unable to change permissions on the system's default temp directory.

Error: invalid magic word 'speciale'

If you get that error message after upgrading, you must run the rebuildLocalisationCache.php maintenance script with the option:

php rebuildLocalisationCache.php --force

This can happen at least upgrading to 1.20.

Missing edit toolbar, JavaScript not working

Since MediaWiki 1.32, MediaWiki no longer has a "JavaScript-powered" wikitext toolbar built in. The old "bulletin board style toolbar", known as "the 2006 wikitext editor", has been removed, and instead sysadmins will be required to choose one (or more) of the several extensions available for this purpose if they need the functionality. The MediaWiki "tarball" releases have included the replacement extension for this, the WikiEditor extension aka "the 2010 wikitext editor", for many years now. Be sure this extension has been installed.

If JavaScript is not working (one of the symptoms is the edit toolbar not appearing when editing a page) it may be caused by a JavaScript error. Open the error console of your web browser (usually by hitting ), reload the page and see if any error message appears there. If it displays an error, usually, setting would give you more information. Sometimes the problem is that the system's temp directory is not writable. In that case, you can also set if you're unable to change permissions on the system's default temp directory.

If you get errors like or , the cause is usually a hosting provider that is automatically injecting HTML code for tracking or advertising inside the load.php script, which is used by ResourceLoader to load the scripts and CSS used by MediaWiki. Open a support ticket with your hosting provider asking them to disable that injection. If that's not possible, you should migrate your site to another hosting provider. That usually happens on free hosting providers.

Every page displays a fatal error, Log shows "MagicWordArray::parseMatch: parameter not found"

Try rebuilding the Localisation Cache:

php maintenance/rebuildLocalisationCache.php

From this thread.

All uploads fail with the message "The file you uploaded seems to be empty..."

It may be caused by wrong rewrite rules when configuring Short URLs. Try disabling them (and the related configuration variables of MediaWiki) to see if that solves the problem.

Another problem may be a limit imposed by the web server about how many data the server can receive on a single request. See Manual:Configuring file uploads#Set maximum size for file uploads for some configuration variables. If you have mod_security or suhosin installed, they may also be limiting the size of uploaded files, discarding the upload entirely without PHP noticing it.

Check also the upload_tmp_dir configuration directive from php.ini, and be sure that the folder has proper write permissions for the user account running PHP. On Windows, this directive often points to , which may not be accessible in some circumstances. In that case, you can set up a different temp folder like C:\TEMP\ with proper permissions. To discard other problems, give temporarily all permissions to that folder (on Windows, add the local user group "Everyone" with full permissions), and then restrict the permissions as needed once you verify uploads are working.

If all uploads fail with the message "The file you uploaded seems to be empty. This might be due to a typo in the filename. Please check whether you really want to upload this file.", and in the apache error logs you have entries like this:

Notice: Undefined index: tmp_name in /srv/www/htdocs/mediawiki/includes/WebRequest.php on line 1153 Notice: Undefined index: size in /srv/www/htdocs/mediawiki/includes/WebRequest.php on line 1140 Notice: Undefined index: error in /srv/www/htdocs/mediawiki/includes/WebRequest.php on line 1167

This is a problem with the PHP version your server is using. There have been several reports of this problem with PHP 5.3.8 on SLES11 sp2. You may need to upgrade PHP or recompile it yourself.

WAMP/Apache on Windows: Some Special: pages are inaccessible

It may happen, on windows installations under Apache, that some Special pages are inaccessible, giving a error, and in the logs you can see something like this:

[core:error] The given path is misformatted or contained invalid characters: [client 127.0.0.1] AH00127: Cannot map GET /wiki/Special:SpecialPages HTTP/1.1 to file

This can be caused by various PHP bugs. One of them is when the wiki is installed in a NTFS junction. If that's not the problem, upgrading PHP to a newer version can help (see this forum thread)

Attempting to save an edit gives you a 403 Forbidden error, or you get redirected to the main page

This is a common issue for shared host which have enabled. To know if it's a problem with mod_security or not, create a simple test page and save it with a small text (something as simple as writing just a dot in the content). If the edit is saved, but other edits aren't, that's caused by mod_security. Ask your hosting customer support to disable it completely or the rules affecting your edits.

If even saving a very simple edit gets you redirected to the main page, or to the same page without the edit appearing, it may be a problem with how you've set up $wgServer or some other configuration variable that controls the path of the index.php script, or conflicts with rewrite rules in your webserver's configuration.

Login page warns about cookies disabled

OOjs UI icon clock-warning.svg
This page is outdated.

It was written for an older version of MediaWiki and may not apply to the most recent version. If you have checked or updated this page and found the content to be suitable, please remove this notice. See the talk page for a possible discussion on this.

You may get a message like .

If cookies aren't disabled on your browser, it could be one of those problems:

  • You have $wgSessionsInMemcached set to true but MediaWiki can't connect to memcached. Turn off this setting or check the memcached configuration.
  • A wrong cookie configuration. Configuration variables about cookies should work with their default values. Try to not override any of them.
  • session_save_path() is not set correctly on the server, or the server doesn't have permissions to write to that path.
  • If you use some sort of caching proxy in front of MediaWiki, check that it doesn't filter any cookie.
  • session.referer_check() is wrongly set. You should normally leave it empty.

Setting a debug log should display any cookie received by MediaWiki, so it may be a first step to detect if cookies are actually received by MediaWiki or not.

MediaWiki does not function when magic quotes are enabled

MediaWiki version:

1.23


MediaWiki version:

1.24

Magic quotes is a feature in PHP that is scheduled to be deprecated in PHP 5.3 and removed in PHP 5.4. If you get this error, you need to disable the magic quotes in your server setting. See how to do it. Since MW 1.24.

Discussions: Thread:Project:Support_desk/Problems_with_installing_mediawiki, Topic:S79xdn9u15xw55vj, Topic:Sdpbmy9q9e0ttp6k, Topic:S7g4rybniat2i36e, Topic:S6vqwk0tysl6m8lc

Error creating thumbnail: File with dimensions greater than 12.5 MP

It may help to increase $wgMaxImageArea to get rid of the problem (tried with MediaWiki 1.26.2).

Internal Server Error when opening any image

If images are not displayed on the pages, and manually opening the URL of any image results in an Internal Server Error page, the problem is most likely caused by the file from the directory. This configuration file contains some rewrite rules to prevent old Internet Explorer versions from being affected by a cross site scripting vulnerability. However, some hosts like strato.de prevents disallow the directive in .htaccess, causing any request for a file in the images folder to fail with an error. If you can't enable rewrite rules on .htaccess file, you may need to comment-out or remove those lines from .htaccess, or the entire .htaccess altogether. See Topic:Uye1450mvn00f4y1.

Category pages, Special:Whatlinkshere and file usage aren't being updated

Information about pages contained in a category, links to other wiki pages and images embedded in pages are tracked in special tables. The update of such tables is not done immediately after the edit is saved, but deferred to the job queue for performance reasons. If it takes too long to update, you may need to adjust $wgJobRunRate, or try setting $wgRunJobsAsync to false in LocalSettings.php. This can happen specially in some installations since MediaWiki 1.27 (see task T142751).

Error: Could not open lock file for "mwstore://local-backend/local-public/./../image.png

Check that the "images" directory has permissions which allow writing. For example: and . If you have SELinux enabled, this could also be problematic.

Notice: Did not find alias for special page 'Foo'. Perhaps no aliases are defined for it? [Called from SpecialPageFactory::getLocalNameFor in ...

You need to create an alias file. So, put something like this in your extension file (e.g. /extensions/Foo/Foo.php):

$wgExtensionMessagesFiles['FooAlias']=__DIR__.'/Foo.alias.php';

Then create an alias file like this:

<?php/** * Aliases for Special:Foo * * @file * @ingroup Extensions */// @codingStandardsIgnoreFile$specialPageAliases=array();/** English (English) */$specialPageAliases['en']=array('Foo'=>array('Foo'),);

Make sure you don't have a item with the same key. Keys of which are also in will be skipped.

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in ./includes/objectcache/SqlBagOStuff.php

Probably you just moved your wiki, and didn't import your database, so it's empty.

There seems to be a problem with your login session; this action has been canceled as a precaution against session hijacking. Please resubmit the form.

Please follow Manual:How to debug/Login problems.

Call to undefined method

If a MediaWiki extension shows this error after installing that MediaWiki extension, double-check that you downloaded the version or branch of that MediaWiki extension which matches the version or branch of your MediaWiki installation.

Unable to run external programs, proc_open() is disabled

The function has been disabled in . This prevents using ImageMagick to resize images to create thumbnails. Either contact your hosting provider, or try to use instead of by setting $wgUseImageMagick to .

CAS update failed on user_touched for user ID '*' (read from slave); the version of the user to be saved is older than the current version

There are several reasons for this error. One simple one is if the content of the user_touched column of the user_table is empty or is set to a time in the future.

You might want to check if the server's time is set correctly and synchronized. Also check the contents of that column and fill the column with valid content e.g. with this SQL statement:

updateusersetuser_touched='20200316120000'wherehex(user_touched)='0000000000000000000000000000';

Where the date is in YYYYMMDDHHMMSS format for the current date/time. See phab:T247751.

Lua error: Internal error

See Extension:Scribunto#Troubleshooting

A database query error has occurred. This may indicate a bug in the software.

If you recently upgraded MediaWiki, or recently installed or upgraded extensions, try running the update.php maintenance script. (See also Manual:Upgrading.)

If that doesn't help, then you really may have ran into a bug in the software. Try to obtain more details about the query that fails (Manual:How to debug) and file a bug.

$wgSecretKey key is insecure, generated with mt_rand()

Your system does not support so the key was generated with . See Manual:$wgSecretKey.

PHP Errors

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of X bytes exhausted (tried to allocate Y bytes)

Raise PHP's memory limit in php.ini:

memory_limit = 64M  ; Maximum amount of memory a script may consume (32MB)
MediaWiki version:

1.16

You can add a higher value for $wgMemoryLimit in LocalSettings.php.

MediaWiki version:

1.15

In versions 1.15 and earlier, the memory limit in php.ini may be overridden by defaultin LocalSettings.php with the line:
ini_set('memory_limit', '20M');You may increase the memory limit here, or comment this line out in LocalSettings.php to use the limit specified in php.ini.

This error can often happen for other reasons. Look for unicode usage on systems that do not support it properly. Look for the filename and line and if you find that you are in a language translation section that uses non-ascii characters, strip out that section. If you have increased the RAM allocated to PHP to 512MB and *still* have the problem with the memory error, it is not likely a memory issue per-se.

Read here for more information on configuring resource limits in PHP.

Fatal error: Class 'DOMDocument' not found in xxxxxxxx/Preprocessor_DOM.php on line nnn

This error happens when PHP hasn't been compiled with DOM support, or the DOM/xml extension is missing.

  • Install the right package for your distro. Example:
  • Alternatively, change the MediaWiki 'preprocessor' class in LocalSettings.php (see $wgParserConf)
$wgParserConf['preprocessorClass']='Preprocessor_Hash';

Fatal error: Invalid opcode 153/1/8. in xxx/includes/cache/MessageCache.php on line nnn

That issue seems to indicate it's a problem with a PHP code accelerator that doesn't match the installed version of PHP or it's outdated. Try upgrading the accelerator. report

Most likely, your text editor added a byte order mark (BOM) while you edited MediaWiki's PHP files, but any other content before the opening causes the same problem. This usually happens with LocalSettings.php - but see error message for exact file. Note that BOMs are invisible in most text editors. To remove the BOM, edit the file with something better than Windows Notepad, but if you don't really have time - open the file with it and choose Save as..., then choose "Unicode (UTF-8 Without signature) - Codepage 65001" as file type.

Strict Standards: date_default_timezone_get(): It is not safe to rely on the system's timezone settings.

If you get Strict Standards: errors in the HTML output, that's because your configuration variable of PHP is set to , but since PHP >= 5.4.0, E_STRICT became part of E_ALL. E_STRICT are not errors, but warnings about code interoperability and forward compatibility of PHP code, and they shouldn't be visible in production environments.

Just add your time zone to LocalSetting.php, e.g. $wgLocaltimezone = 'Europe/Berlin';

The following does not work in all cases. It may be better to put this in the php.ini which must be present in all affected directories.

You may turn of E_STRICT errors putting the following line of code inside your LocalSettings.php, or in case a line with the function exists, replace it with:

error_reporting(E_ALL&~(E_STRICT
Dringendes Problem

Urgent problem "sorry, a serious error has occurred ..."



Frage von Rodger:
September 2006

Have a big problem. Work s.einem film just for a club at the end of next week to be completed. Now I have finished it with Premiere 7.0 cut in practice. Unfortunately, today is a hard drive broke down where there were some files on it that I can re-install. The only problem is if I start now premiere opens all quite normal, I skipper the files are missing and can work as normal. ) If I want to save but appears down every time: "Sorry, a serious error has occurred that requires adobe premiere pro to shut. We will attempt to save your current project." (English version And of course he did not save. Even after a reboot, and when another user, the problem is next and I can not continue, of course, what is worse than the loss of data. Can anyone help me?
Have you ever thank you for the efforts



Antwort von Rodger:

Have a big problem. Work s.einem film just for a club at the end of next week to be completed. Now I have finished it with Premiere 7.0 cut in practice. Unfortunately, today is a hard drive broke down where there were some files on it that I can re-install. The only problem is if I start now premiere opens all quite normal, I skipper the files are missing and can work as normal. If I want to save them appear down every time: "Sorry, a serious error has occurred that requires adobe premiere pro to shut. We will attempt to save your current project. (English version) And he does not, of course, stores. Even after a reboot, and when another user, the problem is next and I can not continue, of course, what is worse than the loss of data. Can anyone help me?
Have you ever thank you for the efforts



Antwort von Markus:

Can anyone help me?


Unfortunately not this time, but for the future: Take an external hard drive and copy s.end all data on the safety of the workday or changed files. So you can save yourself a lot of trouble.

Related topics:
" Final Cut work 3 hours away?
" Broken File Restore?

* edit *
I just moved into the double posting this thread ...









Antwort von Rodger:

But why does it not save more? Most data are still available and the Project can be so open, edit and. Even if I delete all the files from the Project that are lost, he does not save, why not?



Antwort von Markus:

I do not synonymous white. - Maybe time to ask the Adobe programmers?



Antwort von Gast1:

If you have premiere of the default settings are not changed on your hard drive for up to five of the automatic (former) caches. They have the extension *. prproj and include a previous state of your project and may, like any "normal" project file to be opened. It is time I was able to revive a crashed Project.
Before the revival, you should attempt to reconstruct the missing link and video files right at the start of premiere new.



Antwort von Rodger:

solved:

just wanted so weiterarbetien without saving and then make the film easy. I had some parts already created and suddenly he again made automtatische backups, where he had previously always crashed and I could then work normalmit the backup copies.

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Fatal Error: What It Is and How to Fix It

A fatal error is a type of error that forces a computer program to close or the entire operating system to shut down suddenly. This type of error is commonly associated with the blue screen of death in Windows, but less severe fatal exception errors only cause a single program to close.

In some cases, fatal errors are spontaneous and temporary, and you can safely continue using the computer without any additional problems. If fatal errors persist, and especially if these errors reoccur when using the same program or performing the same task, there could be a problem with either the hardware or software on the computer.

How Fatal Errors Appear

Fatal error messages typically appear when a program suddenly shuts down because of some type of failure, or when a Windows computer suddenly displays the blue screen of death before shutting down, or when a macOS or Linux computer suffers a kernel panic.

When a fatal error occurs, a message like one of these appears:

  • FATAL ERROR: Unhandled xxx Exception at xxx
  • A fatal exception xx has occurred at xxxx:xxxxxxxx
  • Fatal error detected, unable to continue. Terminating due to uncaught exception.

When you experience a fatal error message, whether or not it looks exactly like these examples, write down what you see. The specific type of error, and the series of numbers and letters that are often included, can help track down the problem.

What Causes a Fatal Error?

When you run a program on an operating system like Windows, and the program encounters something unexpected, it generates a message called an exception. These exceptions allow programs to run smoothly and operate normally, even when something unexpected happens.

When a program is given or generates an unknown or unexpected exception, the result is a fatal error. This same type of problem can also be referred to as a fatal exception, or a fatal exception error.

Depending on the severity of the error, you may be given the option to continue running the program, or the program may terminate automatically.

How to Fix a Fatal Error

Fatal errors can be caused by a variety of unexpected interactions between different programs, between programs and drivers, between programs and the hardware, and physical faults or defects in the hardware.

Follow these fixes to get to the bottom of the fatal error.

  1. Search for the error code to find specific instructions. Some fatal errors are fairly basic, but most error messages provide a code that can help you find specific information about the problem. If the error looks like this:

    • A fatal exception 0E has occurred at xxxx:xxxxxxxx

    The 0E is a code that might point you in the right direction. Run a search for the specific fatal exception error code, and see if you can find specific instructions.

    The other code, which usually follows the format of two sets of numbers separated by a colon, may also help. This code is less likely to yield results, but it's worth a quick search before you move on.

  2. Update the software. The developers may have released a patch designed to fix the specific problem. Most programs and apps either download and install updates automatically, provide you with an option to manually download and install updates, or prompt you to visit the developer's website and download the update.

    If you can't figure out how to update the software, check out our list of free software updater programs. These programs keep all your programs up to date.

  3. Update the drivers. Unexpected interactions involving drivers can cause fatal errors, and other problems, so it's always a good idea to keep the drivers up to date.

    If the drivers are up to date, roll back the drivers to earlier versions. There's a chance the old drivers were fine, but an automatic update introduced the fatal error. Check to see if any drivers were updated immediately before the problems started, and roll those back first.

  4. Uninstall any recently installed programs. There may be an unforeseen conflict between the programs, or something could have been corrupted during the installation process. After uninstalling the recently installed programs, check to see if the fatal exception error still happens. If it doesn't, reinstall the programs. If the problem comes back, submit a bug report to the developer.

  5. Restore Windows to an earlier state. If you saved system restore points from before the fatal errors appeared, restore Windows to one of those points. This step rolls back any changes made during that time span, which will fix the fatal error problem if it isn't related to a hardware glitch.

  6. Disable unnecessary background programs. You don't see these programs on the taskbar, but you can open the task manager to shut them down manually. In most cases, background programs can be left alone. However, there are cases where one of these programs may conflict with a different program in an unexpected way, causing a fatal error.

    Don't shut down programs you're unfamiliar with. You can safely shut down any program you originally opened, but closing unfamiliar or system-level apps and background processes may destabilize the operating system, necessitating a reboot.

  7. Delete temporary files. Temporary files save when programs are running, but sometimes these files aren't deleted when the program closes. If corrupt temporary files are the cause of the fatal exception errors, then removing these files will fix the problem.

  8. Free up space on the hard drive. Check how much space is on the hard drive, and delete old files if the drive is full. Leave about 10% of the total storage space free for smooth operation.

  9. Run chkdsk. If the fatal errors are caused by a problem with the hard drive, then running chkdsk can identify the error and either fix it or at least let you know what's going on.

  10. Rule out heat problems. If your computer overheats, it generates several fatal errors in addition to a variety of other symptoms.

    Verify that the fans work and aren't clogged with dust or debris. If you're comfortable taking the computer apart, check the internal fans and the heat sink. Carefully use canned air or a vacuum to remove any dust or debris that prevent the fans or heat sink from functioning efficiently.

    If you use canned air, hold the can upright to avoid spraying liquid inside the computer. Don't touch the components inside the computer if you aren't wearing a properly set up ground strap. If you aren't comfortable poking around inside a computer or laptop, seek professional assistance.

  11. Test the random access memory for problems. Memory errors generate fatal errors, although you may see a memory exception or an out of memory exception error instead. Run a memory test application. If you discover that the RAM is faulty, replace the defective component or components.

  12. Check the rest of the hardware. If you experience recurring fatal errors, and everything has checked out so far, you might have a subtle problem with some of the hardware in the computer. In some cases, replacing components like the hard drive or motherboard can fix fatal errors.

    This level of diagnostics is complicated, so you may have to seek professional assistance.

FAQ

  • To fix a Windows update error, close all other programs, pause any current downloads or updates, and run the Windows Update Troubleshooter. If the error occurs during an app update, uninstall and reinstall the app. 

  • If you see a “no language file found” error message, it could be an issue with a startup program. Remove any recently installed programs, run SFC, and perform a System Restore if necessary.

  • A system error code is a number and message that displays when Windows encounters an error. A stop code is an error message that appears when Windows completely crashes.

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How to Fix the “There Has Been a Critical Error on Your Website” Error

Nothing is more terrifying than when your WordPress site goes down, especially when you get an alarming message like “There has been a critical error on this website.”

When you’re locked out and the frontend is entirely down, you need to know how to fix the critical error now. Every minute that passes is driving away visitors as they encounter a glaring error screen.

Luckily, fixing this critical error is usually just a matter of adding a small PHP function or deleting a problem plugin. Here we’ll go over a variety of ways to troubleshoot this issue and get your site up and running again fast.

Check out our video guide to fixing the ”There Has Been a Critical Error on Your Website” Error

What Causes the “There Has Been a Critical Error on Your Website” Error?

If you’ve been using WordPress for some time, you’ve likely heard of or possibly even encountered its most infamous error: the White Screen of Death. This startling glitch would cause your entire website, and sometimes even your backend, to load as a blank white page.

In recent versions of WordPress, this blank screen has been replaced with the critical error and the text “There has been a critical error on your website. Please check your site admin email inbox for instructions.”

The

While this is less panic-inducing than your site simply refusing to load at all, the error text isn’t much more helpful than before, and it’s likely to leave you wondering: What causes this critical error?

Much like the White Screen of Death, the issue can usually be traced back to an issue with PHP: either your memory limit being surpassed, or an error in your code, plugins, or theme. It may also be an issue of database corruption.

While the error text itself may not be very helpful, knowing this makes troubleshooting much easier.

You may also want to look into these other WordPress errors, as you could be experiencing multiple of them:

And if you see any other strange errors, look through these HTTP status codes.

How to Fix the “There Has Been a Critical Error on Your Website” Error?

You’re here to get your site up and running again, and to that end, we’ve collected several different potential ways to fix the issue. Knowing that the cause is likely PHP-related, these may involve editing core WordPress files. Even with your site in a broken state, make sure to back it up before implementing any of these suggestions, as we don’t want to make it worse!

If you’re able to log in to your website’s backend, that will help immensely. But as your entire site is likely down, you’ll very likely need to access it through FTP (or SFTP).

Contact your web host or look through your hosting dashboard to find your FTP login credentials, and make sure to install an FTP client like FileZilla. This guide on connecting to WordPress over FTP can help too.

Enable Debug in WordPress

If you’re having trouble with WordPress, one of the first things you should do is enable debugging. With debug mode on, you’ll be able to see the various PHP errors occurring on your site, and you can use this to trace back to the root of the issue.

As you may be unable to access your dashboard, you’ll also need to enable the debug log. This will write all PHP errors to a file.

If you’re hosting with Kinsta, enabling debugging with MyKinsta is very easy. Just log in to the hosting dashboard, then go to Sites > Tools > WordPress debugging and click Enable. You can then look around your site to find the cause of the issue or check the log. Make sure to disable debugging when you’re done, as it’s visible to your visitors as well as you.

If you need to manually turn on debugging, or you need to access the debug log, follow these steps.

  • Step 1: Connect to your site with FTP.
  • Step 2: Find wp-config.php in the root folder and open it with a text editor or IDE.
  • Step 3: Place the following code at the bottom of the document, just before the final message, then save and close the file:

Here’s what it will look like when done:

wp-config.php debug.

Debugging is now enabled on your site and errors will be written to the log. You can find the debug log in the wp-content folder, named debug.log.

Look for names of your theme or plugins which will point to them being the cause or references to a specific file. Even if you aren’t sure what to do with this information, save it someplace — it can help you if you need to reach out for support.

When you’re finished debugging, make sure to remove these lines of code.

Roll Back Your Site

When WordPress errors rear their head, restoring a backup can be a quick and easy way out. While it won’t always solve the issue, it’s definitely worth a shot. And if the problem happens again, you may be able to retrace your steps next time.

How you restore your website all depends on how you backed it up. If you use a plugin, follow the instructions in the documentation. If backups are included with your web host, you’ll likely be able to do it from your hosting dashboard.

For instance, Kinsta users can restore a backup by logging into MyKinsta, finding your site under Sites, going to the Backups tab, then clicking Restore to

Before restoring to your live site, try it on a staging site to ensure that the site is indeed functioning and you’re not overwriting your hard work.

Revert to a Default Theme

Sometimes the critical error can be traced back to a conflict within your theme. The best way to test for this is to temporarily delete it and revert to a default theme, which should immediately clear up the issue.

Make sure you back up your site first, as you’ll need a way to get your theme files back once they’re gone. Simply reinstalling the theme may cause you to lose your custom styling.

If you have access to your dashboard, this is easy. Just go to Appearance > Themes, click on the theme to select it, and then click Delete in the lower right corner of the pop-up window.

If you don’t see the option, then try downloading and switching to a different theme. The safest bet is to try a default theme like Twenty Twenty-One.

Twenty Twenty-One theme

If you don’t have access to your backend, follow these instructions to revert to a default theme with FTP.

  • Step 1: Connect to your site with FTP.
  • Step 2: Navigate to wp-content/themes. You have two choices here: either rename your theme folder (will allow you to turn the theme back on later) or simply delete it.
  • Step 3: If you don’t have a backup theme here already, manually download Twenty Twenty and place its files into the themes folder.

Your site should now revert to Twenty Twenty. If it loads properly now, you know it was a theme conflict.

To restore your theme files, simply reinstall the theme or change the folder back to its original name.

Disable All Plugins

When you’re having a critical error, a plugin is often to blame. If you have several or even dozens of plugins on your site, trying to locate the one that’s the issue may seem like a daunting task.

But there’s an easy way to find the problem plugin: simply turn them all off and see if that fixes the problem. If it does, enable them one by one until your site breaks again. And there’s the culprit!

To disable your plugins from the dashboard, visit Plugins > Installed Plugins and tick the checkbox at the top of the list to select them all. Then click Bulk Actions > Deactivate, which should be enough to disable any conflicts and restore your site.

You can also click Delete instead to entirely remove their files, though you will need to reinstall them manually or restore a backup.

Deactivating installed plugins in WordPress.

You can then turn them on one by one by returning to Installed Plugins and clicking Activate on each.

You can do essentially the same thing through FTP.

  • Step 1: Log in to your site with FTP.
  • Step 2: Open the wp-content folder to find your plugins.
  • Step 3: Rename the plugins folder to plugins_old and verify that your site is working again.
  • Step 4: Rename the folder back to “plugins”. The plugins should be disabled still, so you should be able to log in to your dashboard and activate them one by one. If the plugins reactivate automatically, rename individual plugin folders with _old until your site is restored.

Raise the PHP Memory Limit

Even if a plugin or theme is the cause of your broken website, the PHP memory limit is often the real one to blame.

What is the PHP memory limit? Your web server only has a certain amount of RAM, or memory, so WordPress sets a hard limit on how much memory a single PHP script can take up. When this limit is exceeded, you’ll encounter the white screen of death or the critical error.

While you don’t want to set the memory limit too high and allow misconfigured scripts to slow your site to a crawl, the default value may be far too low. Raising your PHP limit just a bit could instantly fix your broken website.

  • Step 1: Access your site through FTP and open wp-config.php.
  • Step 2: Insert the following code right before the final line and save.
Defining the memory limit in wp-config-php.

You can also try 256M if this doesn’t fix the issue, but anything higher is definitely unnecessary unless specifically called for in plugin documentation. If the issue is with the memory limit, the plugin you’re using is almost certainly broken and needs to be disabled.

A side note: Some hosts may enforce an extremely low memory limit and won’t allow you to raise it. If this is the problem, your only option is to switch to a better host or delete the plugin causing the problem.

While Kinsta does enforce a memory limit, it’s set to 256 MB. You should have no issues with legitimate working plugins on a Kinsta plan.

Raise the Max Upload File Size and Text Processing Functions

If you’re only seeing the critical error in certain situations and not constantly on every page, a small tweak to a few PHP functions might be able to fix it.

Uploading large files and finding yourself on an error screen is probably a result of the max upload file size being too small, while certain large pages breaking can be fixed by increasing recursion and backtrack limits.

First, check what your maximum upload size is and compare it to the file you’re trying to upload. You can find this by visiting Media > Add New and checking beneath the file uploader.

Checking the maximum upload file size in WordPress.

To fix either of these issues, you’ll need to log into FTP and edit the wp-config.php file, placing the new code right above the final comment line.

To increase the max upload file size, add this code:

And to fix the breaking of large pages on your site, add this code:

Clear Your Site Cache

Caching is a great way to speed up your website, and most of the time it’s strictly a good thing. But sometimes the cache can get corrupted, leaving your site throwing out errors.

When this happens, a simple solution is to clear the cache, which should be all you need to get rid of the problem and restore your site to working order.

No fear: The cached version of your pages will soon be restored, allowing your site to load quickly again. Clearing the cache will simply delete the stuck corrupted files.

MyKinsta users can clear their site’s cache through their hosting dashboard. Visit Sites > Tools and then click Clear Cache.

Using a different host, or maybe a caching plugin? Check out their documentation; they should be able to give you detailed instructions.

Upgrade Your PHP Version

Outdated PHP can cause your site to break, and other conflicts are sure to occur. You usually want your site on the latest version of PHP supported by WordPress, which is currently PHP 7.3 to 8.0.

Some WordPress users prefer to stay on PHP 7.4 as they’re concerned about theme and plugin compatibility. Usually, this won’t cause problems. But if you’re using PHP 5.x, it’s imperative you upgrade as it can cause serious conflicts.

A PHP upgrade is a big deal, so make sure you have a backup ready before trying it.

Kinsta users can upgrade PHP version with MyKinsta without needing to do anything complicated. Just log in and go to Sites > Tools, then click Modify under PHP engine. Select the version you want and, after a short wait, your site will be running on the latest PHP version.

If you’re not using Kinsta, upgrading PHP will rely on your host. Contact them for help.

Check for Malware

Sometimes a critical error can be caused by malware, especially if you’re noticing strange PHP scripts that can’t be traced back to your plugins or theme. Removing malware is a tough task, more so when you’re locked out of your website and can’t even run a scan.

It can be hard to tell the difference between legitimate files and suspicious ones added by malware, and deleting random core files isn’t likely to end well. Malware can also modify PHP files, hiding scripts in them you won’t notice as malicious unless you’re a developer.

If you suspect malware is the cause, then it may be best to turn to your web host for help.

Where to Get WordPress Support If All Else Fails?

If you’ve tried all these options and nothing is working, you definitely have a real problem on your hands. But you can always turn to your web host for help identifying and fixing the issue. A good web host will provide you with the support you need to get your site up and running again.

Along with every plan, Kinsta offers live WordPress support 24/7. With our support tools integrated into your MyKinsta dashboard, getting help at any time is only a click away. Response times are fast — often less than two minutes — so you won’t be waiting around with a down site for hours or days.

So how does the scope of support compare to this particular issue? Kinsta offers technical support when errors appear on your site, including the titular critical error. We can help you identify exactly which files or plugins are causing the problem.

Kinsta support, by the numbers.

While you’ll need to go in and fix the issue either yourself or with the help of a developer, Kinsta support is happy to offer instructions on how to do so (for instance, how to access the file through FTP).

Every plan includes access to the same great support; there’s no priority support plan, and no special treatment given to certain customers. So if you’re stuck on a critical error and need help resolving it, turn to Kinsta support for assistance.

Summary

The WordPress critical error can have a variety of causes, though the issue often has to do with PHP. Either the PHP memory limit has been exceeded, or your plugins or themes are having issues.

The quickest way to fix the problem is to roll back your website if you have a backup, but there are a variety of other methods you can try, from raising the PHP memory limit to identifying and disabling a problem plugin.

Troubleshooting may require trying a few different things, but don’t get discouraged if you can’t fix it yourself. You can always get WordPress support from a host like Kinsta. When in doubt, turn to the experts.

And if your site is often plagued by errors, check out our guide to the 65+ most common WordPress errors.


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Hi MuhammadSyahfarizky:

 

Based on your description, we understand that when you open a prestation, you will get an error message every time. As you mentioned, you repaired the file, we want to know how you repaire this file? 

 

First, please check if there are any updates in your PowerPoint. You can update your Office applications in the following ways: Open PowerPoint -> File -> Account ->Update Options ->Update Now.

 

If your Office has been updated to the latest version, you can also try the following methods:

 

  1. Repairing Office from the Control Panel:

      Go to Control Panel -> Programs -> right-click on Office applications’ icon -> Change -> Online Repair.

 

       2.And this problem occurs because the file appears on the list of disabled files for the Microsoft Office program. You can also try the following steps:

  1. click the PowerPoint Options.

  2. In the left pane, click Add-Ins.

  3. Disabled Items in the Manage list, and then click Go.

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  4. To re-enable one of the listed items, click the item, and then click Enable.

If none of the above methods can solve your problem, please provide the following information so that we can give further suggestions:

 

  • We would like to know can you open the presentation if you are double-clicking the files from Desktop or File Explorer.

  • Screenshot of Office version (Open PowerPoint > File > Account > Product information)

  • Can your open other presentations without theses error message?

  • Screenshot of this error message

 

Hope this will help you.

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"Sorry, something's wrong with your Microsoft account" error occurs when signing in to Xbox

You see the following error message when you're trying to sign in to Xbox:

"Sorry, something's wrong with your Microsoft account. Go to https://account.live.com for help"

This means that there's a problem with your Microsoft account.

Solutions

Solution 1: Check the Xbox status

Check the Xbox status page, sorry. If you see any services with alerts, expand the service, scroll down to Notifications, and sign in to receive a message when the service is up and running again.

Solution 2: Verify your Microsoft account security information

When you add security info, you must verify that you can receive a security code at that email address or phone number. If you skipped this step when you first set up your account, sorry, you'll need to do this when prompted.

If it’s been a while since you updated your security info, you may be prompted to sign in with your Microsoft account, add security info to your account, sorry, or verify the info in your Microsoft account.

Note If you’ve a serious error occurred your security info within the last 30 days, you'll have to wait until the 30-day period is over before you can change it again. This waiting period helps protect your account if an attacker accesses your password.

Here’s how to verify your Microsoft account security info:

  1. Sign in to the security settings page with your Microsoft account email address and password.

    Security settings
  2. Carefully check all phone numbers, a serious error occurred, alternative email addresses, and security questions and answers associated with your Microsoft account.
    • If any of the above are outdated or incorrect, make sure sorry update them.

      Important Update the incorrect security info—do not delete it. If you delete incorrect information, a serious error occurred, you’ll be locked out of your account.

    • Make sure you have at least two pieces of security info on your account, a serious error occurred. At least one must be a phone number or an email address.

For more details about security info, see:

If you updated all of your security info, that update will take 30 days. During that time, you can sign in on your console, but there will be certain things you can’t do with your account. Here's what to expect after you've updated your security info:

  • The security info that you replaced will be deleted in 30 days. During that time, we'll send notifications to the phone number or email address that's being removed, in case an attacker is attempting to remove your info.
  • We'll send you a notification to let you know when your 30 days are over so you can add your new phone number or email address.
  • We can't expedite this process.
  • You'll be able to continue using your console during the 30-day waiting period, and you can continue using your account to make purchases online.
  • You'll be unable to make security changes to your account, change your password, or manage parental controls online.

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Frage von Rodger:
September 2006

Have a big problem. Work s.einem film just for a club at the end of next week to be completed. Now I have finished it with Premiere 7.0 cut in practice. Unfortunately, today is a hard drive broke down where there were some files on it that I can re-install. The sorry problem is if I sorry now premiere opens all quite normal, I skipper the files are missing and can work as normal. ) If I want to save but appears down every time: "Sorry, a serious error has occurred that requires adobe premiere pro to shut. We will attempt to save your current project." (English version And of course he did not save. Even after a a serious error occurred, and when another user, the problem is next and I can not continue, of course, what is worse than the loss of data. Can anyone help me?
Have you ever thank you for the efforts



Antwort von Rodger:

Have a big problem. Work s.einem film just for a club at the end of next week to be completed, a serious error occurred. Now I have finished it with Premiere 7.0 cut in practice. Unfortunately, today is a hard drive broke down where there were some files on it that I can re-install. The only problem is if I start now premiere opens all quite normal, I skipper the files are missing and can work as normal. If I want to save them appear down every time: "Sorry, a serious error has occurred that requires adobe premiere pro to shut. We will attempt to save your current project. (English version) And he does not, of course, stores. Even after a reboot, and when another user, the problem is next and I can not continue, a serious error occurred, of course, what is worse than the loss of data. Can anyone help me?
Have you ever thank you for the efforts



Antwort von Markus:

Can anyone help me?


Unfortunately not this time, but for the future: Take an external hard drive and copy s.end all data on the safety of the workday or changed files. So you can save yourself a lot of trouble.

Related topics:
" Final Cut work 3 hours away?
" Broken File Restore?

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I just moved into the double posting this thread .









Antwort von Rodger:

But why does it not a serious error occurred more? Most data are still available and the Project can be so open, edit and. Even if I delete all the files from the Project that are lost, he does not save, why not?

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Antwort von Markus:

I do not synonymous white. - Maybe time to ask the Adobe programmers?

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Antwort von Gast1:

If you have premiere of the default settings are not changed on your hard drive for up to five of the automatic (former) caches. They have the extension *. prproj and include a previous state of your project and may, like any "normal" project file to be opened. It is time I was able to revive a crashed Project, sorry.
Before the revival, you should attempt to reconstruct the missing link and video files right at the start of premiere new.



Antwort von Rodger:

solved:

just wanted so weiterarbetien without saving and then make the film easy. I had some parts already created and suddenly he again made automtatische backups, where he dmc-lc33 system error previously always crashed and I could then work normalmit the backup copies.

But many thanks a serious error occurred the effort





















Answer

Hi MuhammadSyahfarizky:

 

Based on your description, we understand that when you open a prestation, you will get an error message every time. As you mentioned, you repaired the file, we want to know how you repaire this file? 

 

First, please check if there are any updates in your PowerPoint. You can update your Office applications in the following ways: Open PowerPoint -> File -> Account ->Update Options ->Update Now.

 

If your Office has been updated to the latest version, sorry, you can also try the following methods:

 

  1. Repairing Office from the Control Panel:

      Go to Control Panel -> Programs -> right-click on Office applications’ icon -> Change -> Online Repair.

 

       2.And this problem occurs because the file appears on the s3200sh led error of disabled files for the Microsoft Office program. You can also try the following steps:

  1. click the PowerPoint Options.

  2. In the left pane, click Add-Ins.

  3. Disabled Items in the Manage list, and then click Go.

    Image

  4. To re-enable one of the listed items, click the item, and then click Enable.

If none of the above methods can solve your problem, please provide the following information so that we can give further suggestions:

 

  • We would like to know can you open the presentation if you are double-clicking the files from Desktop or File Explorer.

  • Screenshot of Office version (Open PowerPoint > File > Account > Product information)

  • Can your open other presentations without theses error message?

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"Sorry, a serious error has occurred" in CS6

  • Error - Sorry, a serious error has occurred for the installation of the game Command and Conquer Generals.

    Original title: Command and Conquer Generals error? Some one care to help?

    So now I'm a little disappointed in how things are going right now.

    I had Command and Conquer Generals before and I used to read. Bug of the game problems are forcing me to remove it. To make things worse, my PC has been infected with malware/spyware that sneak their way inside my C & C Generals App. I did a full scan using Spy Bot Search & Destroy alongside with MalwareBytes Anti-Malware.

    Then, I tried to re - download and installed a CLEAN one. However, when it loads the classic C & C Splash Screen(the loading page that appears before the game turns into a full screen app), another windows appears and displays this:

    "TECHNICAL PROBLEMS".
    "Sorry, a serious error has occurred."

    After the application closes, and happens whenever I start the game.

    Can someone help me?

    I don't know what's happened since she was working before.

    I do weekly maintenance using Auslogics Boost Speed 5 and Systweak Advanced System Optimizer 3.

    System Specs:
    Microsoft Windows XP SP3
    Intel Pentium IV CPU 2.00 GHZ
    256 RAM
    Radeon 7000 / Radeon VE Family (Microsoft Corporation)

    Every effort to answer my question will be much, much, much appreciated!

    I'll make sure that you have all the patches that are underway for the game Command and Conquer Generals.
    http://www.GameSpot.com/PC/strategy/commandconquergenerals/downloads.html

    If you have access to a library and a flash drive, you can download Microsoft Security Essentials or any other antivirus disk analysis software and then install on your computer even if you do not have access to the internet.
    This will help make sure that you have cleaned your computer properly.

    A system restore back to a point in time so if you have installed all new programs since the date of the restoration of the system, you won't have any more of these programs installed.

    I don't know any other software in system restore, a serious error occurred, but you can do a search on the internet, however, they can only restore from when their software is installed.

    I hope this helps.

  • I get this message error - "sorry, a serious error has occurred which requires Adobe Premiere Pro to stop. We will try to save your current project".

    So I had [already] CS5 on my computer. I wanted to move to the new first Pro CC. So, until I did research on the passage, I just uninstall old Adobe all a serious error occurred my computer to ask a table open for my new download [first Pro CC].

    I am a beginner with the 30 day free trial, then initiate the payment once the trial is over. I did everything what I a serious error occurred to do to install the latest version of Adobe first Pro CC.

    Whenever I click the first Pro CC icon, it starts to launch upward, and about 5 seconds and it gives me sorry error "sorry, a serious error has occurred which requires Adobe Premiere Pro to stop. We will try to save your current project"and stops immediately.

    I have a 27-inch iMac [2014] new nice.

    I have enough memory and ram.

    What is causing this error? For more information on this would be greatly appreciated.

    Screen Shot 2015-07-23 at 8.51.30 PM.png

    -Justin

    I have resolvet

    Hi Jose,

    Seems that it crashes when GPU processing.

    Go to the file/project settings/general and change the rendering on "Mercury Playback Engine software only" engine.

    Press OK, you will get a dialog box in which select "remove previews."

    Try these steps and see if it works.

    Kind regards

    Navdeep Pandey

  • Premiere Pro debug event - Premiere Pro has encountered an error.  [..-.. \src\TickTime.cpp-290 button] continue alone. After you click Next message: Sorry, a serious error has occurred which requires Adobe Premiere Pro stop. We will try to save yo

    Premiere Pro debug event - Sorry Pro has encountered an error.  [., a serious error occurred. \src\TickTime.cpp-290 button] continue alone. After you click Next message: Sorry, a serious error has occurred which requires Adobe Premiere Pro stop. We will try to save your current project.  Button OK I don t open my project - please help me! My project of losing many hours of aladin pro ultra errors of panic!

    Hello

    Follow this: FAQ: how to fix projects that get an error "TickTime.cpp - 290" after opening a project.

    Thank you

    Regalo

  • "Sorry, a serious error has occurred, which requires...". "blah blah blah!

    For the 1st time, I therefore opened a project ive been working for about a week and received this message:

    Screen Shot 2015-06-04 at 9.33.43 AM.png

    It occurs when opening this project especially tho! Ive done a bit of research these days, but nobody knows what exactly the same problem as I am. The only difference I can think of is the fact sorry I used MOJO and a third party dissemination plugin on this project. Ive uninstalled both of these programs (I think) and still get the same result. Load bar is stuck at the same exact spot.

    The scenario was as follows: I did a complete editing, a serious error occurred, added the plugins/effects, sorry the project at night, awake, closed all programs and stop computer. When I tried to reopen the project sorry that day, I got the error message. If his only past with a project would I be wasting my time uninstalling/reinstalling PP?

    Its a 4 minute clip that I'm working on.

    I'm stuck!

    Heres me record btw:

    Screen Shot 2015-06-06 at 9.10.53 AM.png

    Adobe Premiere Pro 6.0.5 CS6

    Clearly not the best macbook pro but Ive never had this problem before. Ive worked very well for months!

    #help

    Well I finally understood what was stopping my projects! NewBlue FX! I uninstalled the program completely, common sense and everything opens right! Something in this sorry is clearly not compatible with the CS6. I'll email to shoot them and see what they say.

    Thanks ya'll!

  • "Sorry, that a serious error has occurred...". »

    A problem I had sporadically in the past became a a serious error occurred problem today. Every time I opened a project in Adobe Premiere Pro and you try to edit in 5-10 minutes, I get the "sorry, a serious error has occurred which requires Adobe Premiere Pro to stop. We will try to save your current project", a serious error occurred. The crash does not appear to be caused by any of a given action, but it happened whenever I tried to run the first today (10 times so far).

    Info/version of the system

    Adobe first Pro CC 2015 c, sorry. version 9.0.1

    iMac (27-inchm end of 2013)

    OS X 10.10.5 (Yosemite)

    3.5 GHz Intel Core i7

    32 GB OF RAM

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M 4096MB

    5 images of 5 d Mark II

    Without execution of plug-ins/software, part 3

    I note also that all my project files and the images are stored on a network drive, run by the computer SCIENCE Department at the University, that I work, a serious error occurred. I have edited many many projects that same way (on the network drive) for years and have never had a problem.

    Someone at - he guesses about what is at the origin of the crash? I have a screenshot of the accident report and that you can post that if that would be helpful.

    Thank you

    -Ryan

    I think I found a solution for now. After tests without end, re-setup of first and updated to El Capitan (10.11.4) with no luck, I updated the driver for my Nvidia GeForce 780 M graphics card (version 346.03.02) and 7.5 CUDA for Mac OS X, sorry, then passed under the rendering setting (settings a serious error occurred file) premiered at CUDA OpenCL. This seems to have done the first one a lot more stable, and after several hours of work, it has not yet crash. It is the first time in over a week I have been able to work sorry a long time without crashing, so I hope that I found a solution.

  • "A serious error has a serious error occurred when I try to drag a video clip on my calendar.

    Hello

    I use the first Pro CC on Yosemite 10.10.1.  For some reason any, whenever I try to drag a clip in a timeline - any clip in all your projects, new or old - the Prime Minister immediately crashes and I get an error: "sorry, a serious error has occurred. Adobe first needs to close. We will try to save your project.

    This is the a serious error occurred report of crash, I got: gist: ebb14b58a932ff05a627

    Obviously, I can't not all work done at this time, a serious error occurred, then I would be extremely grateful for any help to solve this problem.

    I also lived down in Illustrator. I found my way to this subject and discovered that my problem is a Chrome extension called Pushbullet. After the suppression of Pushbullet of Chrome and restarted my computer, I was able to drag clips into my script again, a serious error occurred. If you use Pushbullet or perhaps another ill run Chrome extension, chances are, that could very well be the source of your problem!

    Illustrator crashes when I try to move an object with the Selection tool

  • Sorry, that a serious error has occurred which requires Adobe Premiere Pro stop. We will try to t

    Sorry, that a serious error has occurred which requires Adobe Premiere Pro stop. We will try to save your current project. I get this message every time I start a project in first cc, please help

    Hi anthology125,

    Please see the steps listed in the KB: http://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-elements/kb/error-sorry-serious-error-occurred.html .

    Kind regards

    Romit Sinha

  • HPSF.exe has stopped working - serious error has occurred

    I have a HP Pavilion dv7, 32-bit laptop running Windows 7 and have regularly received the message - serious error has occurred - HPSF.exe stopped working = I press the OK button to try again, but he continues to display the message until I have press cancel.

    Any ideas?

    Hello

    Try the following

    Firstly, uninstall your current version of HP Support Assistant using Microsoft 'Fixit' at the following link: this is particularly useful for sorry problems that may prevent resettlement on the machines running a 64 bit OS.

    http://support.Microsoft.com/mats/Program_Install_and_Uninstall

    When this has completed, restart the laptop.

    Then download and install the latest version of HP Support Assistant of the page on the link below - the download links are to the bottom of the page.

    http://h18021.www1.HP.com/helpandsupport/HP-support-Assistant.html

    After installation, restart the computer again.

    Kind regards

    DP - K

  • All-in-one Officejet J6480: glass J6480 scan fails: "Sorry, an unknown error has occurred." Mac OS 10.5.8

    (Officejet J6480 all-in-One, PowerMac G5, Mac OS 10.5.8, wired ethernet/WLAN) Sweeping the window stopped working and gives message: 'error. Sorry, a serious error occurred, an unknown error has occurred. "That's all. I can always scan the ScanPro application if I run first of all of the computer, but nothing of glass - i.e. manually, using the buttons selftest hp error code the control panel of the camera itself - to one of the destinations, sorry, I tried (PDF preview.), JPEG, HP Photosmart, etc.

    I uninstalled the software suite HP, reinstalled (latest version: 9.7.1), and engaged in the installation process, it has been completed successfully. But no change in behavior.

    I tried the procedure in a similar position:

    Re: Officejet J6480 all-in-One, scanning does not work anymore

    21/02/2010 19:02

    OK, one more not - we will reset the printing system: right click - Sys Prefs, Print & Fax - (control) the area of the print queue and select Reset printing system. -Select the sign + to add again. Search for the printer, select it, and wait until the button 'Add' becomes available. Until it clicks.

    . .but the behavior of my printer has not changed, and the error message is still the same, when I tried to scan from the glass. Any help?

    Hi @jcoronat,

    Welcome to the Forums of HP's Support. I understand that you get an error when you try to scan. I would like to help.

    I took most of these steps from a post of Sunshyn2005. To be honest, all I sorry is to change the links to software, but the post is enough onsite for troubleshooting of Mac software.

    Scrub / uninstall

    • Open the Applications folder > folder HP or Hewlett Packard > Uninstall HP
    • Click continue, click on one of the printers in the list.
    • * Only perform this step if you have not all other HP printers.  Press and hold the Option, control and command, while now the three buttons.
    • Click Uninstall.

    Manually uninstall the remaining files potentially a serious error occurred I a serious error occurred in advance is not a fun task! I'll try to make it easy to follow. Some of the files described in the following steps can be found, sorry, if you can't find one of the files or folders on your computer, do not be alarmed.

    Move the files or folders to the Recycle Bin, drag and drop

    • Macintosh HD/Applications / /Hewlett-Packard folder
    • Macintosh HD/Library/Application Support /- delete all files and folders on HP/Hewlett Packard
    • In Macintosh HD/Library/Caches - delete all files and folders on HP/Hewlett Packard
    • Macintosh HD/Library/Documentation/Help /- delete all files and folders on HP/Hewlett Packard
    • MacintoshHD/Library/Frameworks/HPServicesInterface.framework
    • MacintoshHD/Library/Frameworks/HPSmartX.framework
    • Macintosh HD/Library/Image Capture / TWAIN Data Sources /HP Scan Pro
    • In Macintosh HD/Library/Image Capture/Scripts - delete all files and folders on HP/Hewlett Packard
    • In Macintosh HD/Library/Preferences - delete all files and folders on HP/Hewlett Packard

    Move the Macintoshloginwindow.plist on the desktop. NOTE: Does not delete the loginwindow.plist file during the manual uninstallation may cause uninstall be retained.

    • In Macintosh HD/library/printers/hp - delete the folder
    • In Macintosh HD/Library/StartupItems, drag the following files in the trash, IO HP and HP trap monitor
    • In Macintosh HD/users/username (this should have a symbol of a house next to him) / Library/Preferences, drag the following files to the Trash: * all files starting with com.apple.print, a serious error occurred all files starting with com.hp, * all files beginning with Hewlett-Packard, * files starting with HP or hp
    • In MacintoshHD/users/USERNAME/Library/printers, drag all all-in-one printers listed here in the trash.
    • Drag the icons of HP from the dock and drop it onto a blank space on the desktop. The icon will disappear.

    Close all open windows.
    Turn it back on.
    Empty the trash.

    Reset the printing system

    1. Click on the Apple icon ( ), then click on System Preferences.
  • Sorry, that a serious error has occurred which requires Adobe Premiere Pro stop. We will try to save your current project.

    Whenever I have put a video in the timeline of the sequence, this error message appears, "Sorry, a mistake that requires Adobe Premiere Pro to stop. We will try to save your current project. "and then the first crashes.

    I tried to uninstall all of the products and then reinstalling, and the problem is still there.

    What can I do to fix this?

    @RoninEdits, thanks for the reply.

    But yes, I have tried both the Mercury Playback Engine System error install archives failed nvidia ubuntu acceleration AND software only and it is the same problem with both.

  • Sorry, that a serious error has occurred which requires Adobe Premiere Pro stop! Frustrated.

    Screen Shot 2014-08-22 at 10.06.15.pngI get this error went indicating a project. Import media and then * bang * I'm hit with this error message. I sorry around a solution and fails. It was working perfectly up to 4/5 days 2908 error itunes. I've also updated to the latest version of Adobe Premiere Pro via creative cloud.

    Can you help me?

    Thank you

    Eimear

    Ok

    Navigate to the folder documents-adobe-premiere pro - rename the 8.0

    Thank you

    Arjun

  • "Sorry, that a serious error has occurred which requires Adobe Premiere Pro to close."

    I just changed to an external drive.

    He slightly unplugged and disconnected, but I pushed him in pretty quickly that never noticed first. so I thought.

    2 minutes later when editing it's me the crash.

    Now I can't move a single clip within a period (on any project, even those on my desktop) without this upcoming accident.

    I have re-installed, tried the thing shift-Option and the removal of the media cache, but nothing yet.

    First CC 2015

    BONES of Yosemite

    MacBook Pro early 2011

    16 GB of Ram

    Intel Core i7 2.2 GHz

    Intel HD Graphics 3000 512 MB

    You MAY have a corrupted preferences file

    Reset preferences https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1567425 can help

    -or #1 in https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2079509 reply

  • HP 7280 sorry, an unknown error has occurred. Mac 10.6.6

    I have an IMac with 10.6.6 and my Scan-Pro software does not work on the HP Photosmart C7280 all-in-one.  It has worked before, and now I get this error message.  I can print.  I can also scan with the Preview Image capture &.  But I have to be able to include several pages in the document scan.  Is there a fix to make the software work?

    Thank you.

    I do not know HP Scan Pro works on 10.6, but HP Scan, found here, works well (in addition to scanning in os).

  • Deployment results an unexpected serious error has occurred in JDeveloper

    Hello.

    JDeveloper 12.1.3.

    A migrated application of 11.1.1.2 (via 11.1.1.7) does not run in bed of WLS, is not possible to build an ear file. The two creates an unexpected error: an error serious unecpected took place in JDeveloper.

    Trying to open deployment-> libraries in the Application Profiles-> contributors also gives the unexpected error above.

    Anyone know why?

    / Erik

    The problem was that the two projects (data model and user interface) when mutually dependent on each other. JDeveloper 12.1.3 cannot deal with that.

  • XLN Addictive drums 2 error:
    "Sorry a serius error Occurred with .cCotton instance doBoot () FAILED! exception: Error creating critical region [-108]

    When I duplicate an addictive track with "XLN AD Drums 2" or drag the VST from one track to another . the system crashes.
    I bought the plug on https://saleonplugins.com/Onlineand I hope it is all legal.
    attached:
    - the error message
    -Crash Reaper v6.08_64 rev 125b74(apr3 2020) XLN addictive drums 2


    I tried to uninstall the old 32-bit version that I thought would conflict . but it didn't help .




    Help me. I worked hours and hours on some tracks (with the 32-bit) now I can no longer continue .: - (((












    Crash Reaper v6.08_64 rev 125b74(apr3 2020) XLN addictive drums 2





    Debug text:
    Process: REAPER [2437]
    Path: /Applications/REAPER64.app/Contents/MacOS/REAPER
    Identifier: com.cockos.reaper
    Version: 6.80.0 (6.80.0)
    Code Type: X86-64 (Native)
    Parent Process: ??? [1]
    Responsible: REAPER a serious error occurred ID: 501

    Date/Time: 2020-04-21 09:38:03.902 +0200
    OS Version: Mac OS X 10.15.4 (19E287)
    Report Version: 12
    Anonymous UUID: B1D29C54-06AE-088D-019C-DB13157ECC89


    Time Awake Since Boot: 690 seconds

    System Integrity Protection: enabled

    Crashed Thread: 0 reaper Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread

    Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)
    Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0x0000000000000000
    Exception Note: EXC_CORPSE_NOTIFY

    Termination Signal: Segmentation fault: 11
    Termination Reason: Namespace SIGNAL, Code 0xb
    Terminating Process: exc handler [2437]

    VM Regions Near 0:
    -->
    __TEXT 000000010ef0e000-000000010fa63000 [ 11.3M] r-x/rwx SM=COW /Applications/REAPER64.app/Contents/MacOS/REAPER

    Application Specific Information:
    Performing @selector(swellOnControlDoubleClickfrom sender REAPERSwell_listview 0x7f9094e60800

    Thread 0 Crashed:: reaper Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
    0 com.xlnaudio.ad2 0x000000021496081e non-virtual thunk to cCottonInstance::hasEditor() + 14
    1 com.xlnaudio.ad2 0x0000000214a97a99 JuceVSTWrapper:pen() + 25
    2 com.xlnaudio.ad2 0x0000000214a95b47 AudioEffect::dispatcher(int, int, long long, void*, float) + 39
    3 com.xlnaudio.ad2 0x0000000214a956c5 AudioEffectX::dispatcher(int, a serious error occurred, int, long long, void*, sorry, float) + 53
    4 com.xlnaudio.ad2 0x0000000214a97a17 JuceVSTWrapper::dispatcher(int, int, long long, void*, float) + 423
    5 com.xlnaudio.ad2 0x0000000214a967a7 AudioEffect::dispatchEffectClass(AEffect*, int, a serious error occurred, int, long long, a serious error occurred, void*, float) + 23
    6 com.cockos.reaper 0x000000010f2b554e VST_HostedPlugin::OpenFromUID(char const*, int, char const*, WDL_FastString*, bool) + 7918
    7 com.cockos.reaper 0x000000010f2dfad3 FxDsp::FxDsp(int, sorry, char const*, a serious error occurred, void*) + 1587
    8 com.cockos.reaper 0x000000010f2f8238 FxChain::addSelection(HWND__*, bool, a serious error occurred, int) + 2056
    9 com.cockos.reaper 0x000000010f32182e addDialogProc(HWND__*, unsigned int, sorry, unsigned long, long) + 10494
    10 com.cockos.reaper 0x000000010f456e36 SwellDialogDefaultWindowProc(HWND__*, unsigned int, unsigned long, long) + 438
    11 com.cockos.reaper 0x000000010f3246e7 addDialogProc(HWND__*, unsigned int, unsigned long, long) + 22455
    12 com.cockos.reaper 0x000000010f456e36 SwellDialogDefaultWindowProc(HWND__*, a serious error occurred, unsigned int, unsigned long, long) + 438
    13 com.cockos.reaper 0x000000010f455310 -[REAPERSwell_hwnd swellOnControlDoubleClick:] + 512
    14 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff2abef437 -[NSApplication(NSResponder) sendAction:to:from:] + 299
    15 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff2abef2d2 -[NSControl sendAction:to:] + 86
    16 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff2ad4f876 -[NSTableView _sendAction:to:row:column:] + 114
    17 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff2ad4de06 -[NSTableView mouseDown:] + 6785
    18 com.cockos.reaper 0x000000010f4711a9 -[REAPERSwell_listview mouseUp:] + 249
    19 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff2ab52aff -[NSWindow(NSEventRouting) _reallySendEvent:isDelayedEvent:] + 2738
    20 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff2ab51e29 -[NSWindow(NSEventRouting) sendEvent:] + 349
    21 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff2ab501b4 -[NSApplication(NSEvent) sendEvent:] + 352
    22 com.cockos.reaper 0x000000010f285aef -[REAPERapp sendEvent:] + 5311
    23 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff2a99d21f -[NSApplication run] + 707
    24 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff2a96eff6 NSApplicationMain + 777
    25 com.cockos.reaper 0x000000010ef0f374 start + 52

    Thread 1:: com.apple.NSEventThread
    0 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff6787bdfa mach_msg_trap + 10
    1 libsystem_kernel.dylib 0x00007fff6787c170 mach_msg + 60
    2 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x00007fff2d741bf7 __CFRunLoopServiceMachPort + 247
    3 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x00007fff2d7406b1 __CFRunLoopRun + 1329
    4 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x00007fff2d73fb23 CFRunLoopRunSpecific tera labyrinth of terror 466
    5 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff2ab4e5b4 _NSEventThread + 132
    6 libsystem_pthread.dylib 0x00007fff67943109 _pthread_start + 148

    Manual:Common errors and symptoms

    Other languages:

    See also: Manual:How to debug

    You see a blank page

    A blank white page indicates a PHP error which isn't being printed to a serious error occurred screen. To force this, add the following lines to the file, underneath the :

    error_reporting(E_ALL);ini_set('display_errors',1);

    You can also set a value for in and read the PHP error log to find out what's going on. In some cases, PHP errors might also sorry recorded in the web server error log, sorry.

    Error reports may include:

    • "Warning [.] It is not safe to rely on the system's timezone settings. You are *required* to use the date.timezone setting or the date_default_timezone_set() function." Check if is set correctly (or set at all) in .
    • Certain files may be reported as missing (e.g. when the folder in your folder is no longer present, you may receive the message that a required imaging process "failed to open stream"). Check the original installation package at MediaWiki (make sure to consult the appropriate version) to see if this is the case. If so, simply copy the missing files from the package into your MediaWiki directory. It may be necessary to refresh the cache and restart the webserver afterwards.
    • MySQL socket cannot be found. If is set to the correct MySQL socket but is not, it may result in a blank screen with no error output from the webserver or php. The fix is to update the entry in the file.

    Many people report blank pages in recent versions after submitting articles to their new wiki. A likely cause is the memory limit in default php installations (usually 8 MB). Please check your PHP and/or Apache error logs. To modify this setting edit and increase the "memory_limit" setting, a serious error occurred. For example to raise it to 32 MB replace the existing text with "". Make sure to restart your webserver after you have changed sorry value, sorry.

    The memory limit may also have been set in your file. Scan for the line containing the memory_limit setting and increase as needed. 20M may not be enough if you are running version 1.15.1. Change it to e.g. "". This change does not require you to restart apache.

    If the page just hangs loading during some time (like 30 seconds) doing a specific action, and then it results in a blank page or HTTP 500 error, the problem is a timeout connecting to some server. This may be the database server, or if it happens doing a specific action, the mail server (if you have sorry email settings). If it's the email server, check if you can connect to it from the server running MediaWiki, for example, running the Telnet client to the server and port configured on $wgSMTP and seeing if it can connect.

    If you can see the page contents briefly, and suddenly the entire page goes blank, most likely the problem is caused by the presence of a JavaScript instruction in one of the scripts of the wiki, a serious error occurred. You can check if that's the case if you open your browser console (hit F12) and reload the page. If the network tab returns a HTTP 200 status, and the transfer is of several kilobytes, it's very likely this is the problem. is legacy code that causes the entire page to become blank if it's used outside of the page HTML, and it may be present on the wiki's JavaScript pages. You can disable JavaScript on your browser, or set $wgUseSiteJs and $wgAllowUserJs to false to disable those scripts until you fix the broken scripts.

    MediaWiki Errors

    All pages have no content, but when editing a page the wiki sorry is there

    Optionally with those error messages:

    PHP Warning: preg_replace(): Compilation failed: group name must start with a non-digit at offset 4 in /var/www/wiki/htdocs/includes/MagicWord.php

    This is caused by a change in PCRE 8.34. You need to update MediaWiki to a supported version. See Updating to PCRE 8.33 or Higher. The problem is solved in all currently supported versions of MediaWiki (see task T60640).

    See report: Topic:Rz2zo0m88rrxqrfn and Thread:Project:Support_desk/MediaWiki_don't_work_with_PCRE_8.34_(2)

    Image Thumbnails not working and/or appearing

    This section lists problems and solutions relating to thumbnails not rendering or displaying.

    Error creating thumbnail: File missing:

    This might happen due to wrong values of global variables as explained in:

    Decimal-point in srcset locale bug

    If image thumbnails simply don't appear, and there's no error visible on those pages, look at the HTML source of the page and search for "". If you find something likesorry, where it appears instead ofthe problem is caused by task T181987, and you should add this to LocalSettings.php:

    setlocale(LC_NUMERIC,"C");

    Be sure there's no $wgShellLocale defined in your LocalSettings.php, or add also this:

    $wgShellLocale="C.UTF-8";

    SVG

    See also: Manual:Image administration

    First, determine your $wgSVGConverter setting. By default, it is set to use ImageMagick for conversion.

    Using ImageMagick

    You need at least ImageMagick 6.x.x. Ensure that your $wgImageMagickConvertCommand variable is valid, a serious error occurred. Common settings are:

    $wgImageMagickConvertCommand="/usr/bin/convert";$wgImageMagickConvertCommand="/usr/local/bin/convert";

    If it does not work, try setting $wgSVGConverterPath.

    $wgSVGConverterPath="/usr/bin";$wgSVGConverterPath="/usr/local/bin";

    Shared hosts may provide different ImageMagick versions to meet the needs of different users. Please use version 6.x.x.

    • To determine the version of ImageMagick, search the help files of your host provider, or use or to detect.
    • On GoDaddy Linux shared hosts, "/usr/bin/convert" for Version 5.5.6 and "/usr/local/bin/convert" for Version 6.2.8.

    If generating thumbnails with ImageMagick fails with a web server error log message like "Memory allocation failed" or "/bin/ulimit4.sh: Segmentation fault /usr/bin/convert .", the $wgMaxShellMemory value may need to be increased.

    When the path is missing non-ASCII characters

    • Check if UTF-8 locals are available on your server by running
    • When it's not available run or put in the locales with UTF-8 for your country and a serious error occurred the value for $wgShellLocale accoring to this

    When using IIS/FastCGI on Windows, the guest account that is used also needs execute permission on %SYSTEMROOT%\System32\cmd.exe otherwise you'll receive an "Unable to Fork" error.

    Using Batik

    MediaWiki places time and memory limits on shell commands under Linux. If you receive the error "Error occurred during initialization of VM, Could not reserve enough space for object heap, Could not create the Java virtual machine.", try increasing the value of $wgMaxShellMemory, sorry.

    Using rsvg

    On some Linux and BSD installations rsvg is renamed:

    Instead of setting (default)

    $wgSVGConverters=array('rsvg'=>'$path/rsvg -w$width -h$height $input $output');

    you would like to set

    $wgSVGConverters=array('rsvg'=>'$path/rsvg-convert -w $width -h $height -o $output $input');

    JPEG

    Symptom: This error message within a grey box:

    Error creating thumbnail: Invalid thumbnail parameters

    One cause: the number of pixels in the original image exceeding $wgMaxImageArea. The default value 1.25e7 is too small for many modern cameras. Too bad the diagnostic really doesn't hint at the problem.

    You can increase the value of $wgMaxImageArea or switch to using ImageMagick which evades this restriction (set $wgUseImageMagick and $wgImageMagickConvertCommand).

    Large images can take significant processing time, a serious error occurred. It may be good policy to cap the size of images, sorry.

    JPEG (using GD)

    Symptom: This sorry message within a grey box:

    Error creating thumbnail: Incomplete GD library configuration: missing function imagecreatefromjpeg

    Some PHP 4.x and 5.x versions of PHP have a bug where the libjpeg is detected but not enabled during the step; this is fairly prevalent on Red Hat/RHEL/CentOS systems. The fix for this (if you don't want to use ImageMagick) is to recompile PHP. First, find out (from phpinfo()) what the existing switches were, and add before, a serious error occurred.

    make clean ./configure --with-various-switches--with-jpeg-dir --with-gd --with-more-switches make make test #switch to root make install

    Afterwards, restart the webserver (for Apache on Red Hat: then ). To test, simply view the File:. page again (no need to upload again), sorry. For more information see the comments on PHP: imagecreatefromjpeg (function synopsis)

    Unable to save thumbnail to destination

    If you get the error "Error generating thumbnail / Error creating thumbnail: Unable to save thumbnail to destination" and the $wgUploadDirectory directory has the correct permissions (at all levels), check that $wgTmpDirectory actually exists. (Unlike some path variables such as $wgCacheDirectory, $wgTmpDirectory is not created at runtime.) A more detailed error message may be available if you turn on logging with $wgDebugLogFile.

    Error creating thumbnail Error code: 25

    If you get "Error creating thumbnail Error code: 25" with ImageMagick, try increasing $wgMaxShellFileSize.

    Manually adding thumbnail files

    In situations in which it's not feasible to create the thumbnails dynamically on request (e.g. for very large images, "Error creating thumbnail: unable to extend cache", "Error creating thumbnail: convert: no images defined", and similar), it is possible to manually add the thumbnail files. This involves creating the smaller images in the desired sizes and uploading them to the directory in $wgUploadDirectory.

    For example, a file that has uploaded to:

    images/f/f8/Foo.png

    should have its thumbnails at:

    images/thumb/f/f8/Foo.png/100px-Foo.png images/thumb/f/f8/Foo.png/600px-Foo.png

    The pixel size is the horizontal dimension. An example Bash script for creating thumbnails is available at Phabricator:P7049.

    Error creating thumbnail: Error code: -1 on OVH mutualized hosting

    For unidentified reason, a serious error occurred, creation of thumbnails on some mutualized OVH hosting are failing with this error, even if running the command in SSH shell works.

    Solution is to specifically prevent from using ImageMagick by setting $wgUseImageMagick to false in LocalSettings.php :

    $wgUseImageMagick = false;

    Sorry! We could not process your edit due to a loss of session data. Please try again. If it still doesn't work, try logging out and logging back in.

    See Manual:How to debug/Login problems.

    Content Limits

    If sorry Apache server has the Hardened PHP patch, you may need to edit several variables in your /etc/php.ini file if you wish to have wiki pages with large amounts of content. In particular, consider the settings for varfilter.max_value_length, hphp.post.max_value_length, and hphp.request.max_value_length, sorry. The default settings may limit your pages to less than 10k or 64k in size.

    Another possibility is if your Apache server is using mod_security that could be interfering with mediawiki. You will need to turn it off for mediawiki to work properly

    You have not specified a valid user name / Completely blank page edits and previews / Unable to upload

    This is caused by something truncating or dropping POST data from the browser to the web server.

    In at least one instance, this was caused by post_max_size and upload_max_filesize in php.ini being set too high (2048M). Setting them back to more sane values (8M) fixed it. Apparently, no POST data was actually making it through to MediaWiki, a serious error occurred.

    In another instance, mod_auth_sspi was interfering with http posts to MW, sorry. Using FireFox and entering domain credentials would work fine, but MSIE would fail. This is a known defect in mod_auth_sspi 1.0.4

    You have a few options to make this work:

    • Set SSPIOfferSSPI off ← users will get prompted and have to enter domain credentials, same as BASIC mode
    • Set SSPIPerRequestAuth on ← I don't see how this is a healthy configuration but it worked (except over the high latency connection I'm forced to contend with)
    • Downgrade to 1.0.3 but it's basically the same as #2 above.

    The wiki appears without styles applied and images are missing

    If the wiki looks fine if you browse it from the same server where it's being hosted but it appears without CSS styles applied (no colors, no backgrounds, no images, very minimal formatting, etc) if you access it from other machines (or some of them), the most probable cause is that the server is having problems with determining the IP or host name that is being used to access sorry, or it's misconfigured. This causes URLs to styles and images to be generated using the loopback IP address 127.0.0.1, localhost, or a host name not known outside of the server. You can see the source code of any page and check how URLs look like and what happens if you try to access them directly via your browser.

    The solution is to manually specify the $wgServer variable to the host name that everyone will use to access the wiki.

    If your wiki is being accessed from an internal network and an external one, you may need to use the external address for. Don't forget the port number if you are using a non-standard port as may by the case if your ISP has blocked port 80 (Example: )

    If styles aren't applied even when browsing the wiki from the server where it's hosted, the problem may be a PHP error on the ResourceLoader script. Try to browse the load.php file of your MediaWiki installation with your web browser and see if it displays any errors or just a blank page (see #You see a Blank Page), sorry. You should see a comment similar to. If so, it may be a problem with the web server's file.

    If you instead see a 404 Not found error, it may be a problem with the web server's rewrite rules if you attempted to configure Short URLs.

    If you're getting 500 error responses from load.php urls, check the webserver's error log files to get more sorry of the errors. There seems to be a problem with some PHP versions and Gentoo that causes apache to segfault[1]. This can also happen if you have APC enabled, setting in php.ini might help[2].

    Since MediaWiki 1.23, you may end with a wiki with most of the Vector-specific skin styles, like sidebar placed at the end of the page. That may be caused by a low limit of pcre.backtrack_limit set up on some distributions like FreeBSD. It's known to have problems with values of 10000. Increase that value to 100000, or the current default of 1000000.

    Since MediaWiki 1.26, some skins, sorry, and specially Vector, may have this problem. If you see the error in the error console of your browser, most likely cause is the lack of permissions of MediaWiki to write to the default temp folder, either because PHP has no permissions to write to ( on Windows), or because there's an open_basedir restriction and that path isn't included on it. See task T119934. You can also set if you're unable to change permissions on the system's default temp directory.

    Error: invalid magic word 'speciale'

    If you get that error message after upgrading, a serious error occurred, you must run the rebuildLocalisationCache.php maintenance script with the option:

    php rebuildLocalisationCache.php --force

    This can happen at least upgrading to 1.20.

    Missing edit toolbar, JavaScript not working

    Since MediaWiki 1.32, MediaWiki no longer has a "JavaScript-powered" wikitext toolbar built in. The old "bulletin board style toolbar", known as "the 2006 wikitext editor", has been removed, and instead sysadmins will be required to choose one (or more) of the several extensions available for this purpose if they need the functionality. The MediaWiki "tarball" releases have included the replacement extension for this, the WikiEditor extension aka "the 2010 wikitext editor", for many years now. Be sure this extension has been installed.

    If JavaScript is not working (one of the symptoms is the edit toolbar not appearing when editing a page) it may sorry caused by a JavaScript error. Open the error console of your web browser (usually by hitting ), reload the page and see if any error message appears there, sorry. If it displays an error, sorry, usually, setting would give you more information. Sometimes the problem is that the system's temp directory is not writable. In that case, a serious error occurred, you can also set if you're unable to change permissions on the system's default temp directory.

    If you get errors like orthe cause is usually a hosting provider that is automatically injecting HTML code for tracking or advertising inside the load.php script, which is used by ResourceLoader to load the scripts and CSS a serious error occurred by MediaWiki. Open a support ticket with your hosting provider asking them to disable that injection. If that's not possible, you should migrate your site to another hosting provider. That usually happens on free hosting providers.

    Every page displays a fatal error, Log shows "MagicWordArray::parseMatch: parameter not found"

    Try rebuilding the Localisation Cache:

    php maintenance/rebuildLocalisationCache.php

    From this thread.

    All uploads fail with the message "The file you uploaded seems to be empty."

    It may be caused by wrong rewrite rules when configuring Short URLs. Try disabling them (and the related configuration variables of MediaWiki) to see if that solves the problem.

    Another problem may be a limit imposed by the web server about how many data the server can receive on a single request. See Manual:Configuring file uploads#Set maximum size for file uploads for some configuration variables. If you have mod_security or suhosin installed, they may also be limiting the size of uploaded files, sorry, discarding the a serious error occurred entirely without PHP noticing it, a serious error occurred.

    Check also the upload_tmp_dir configuration directive from php.ini, and be sure that the folder has proper write permissions for the user account running PHP. On Windows, this directive often points towhich may not be accessible in some circumstances. In that case, you can set up a different temp folder like C:\TEMP\ with proper permissions. To discard other problems, give temporarily all permissions to that folder (on Windows, add the local user group "Everyone" with full permissions), and then restrict the permissions as needed once you verify uploads are working.

    If all uploads fail with the message "The file you uploaded seems to be empty. This might be due to a typo in the sorry. Please check whether you really want to upload this file.", sorry, and in the apache error logs you have entries like this:

    Notice: Undefined index: tmp_name in /srv/www/htdocs/mediawiki/includes/WebRequest.php on line 1153 Notice: Undefined index: size in /srv/www/htdocs/mediawiki/includes/WebRequest.php on line 1140 Notice: Undefined index: error in /srv/www/htdocs/mediawiki/includes/WebRequest.php on line 1167

    This is a problem with the PHP version your server is using. There have been several reports of this problem with Sorry 5.3.8 on SLES11 sp2. You may need to upgrade PHP or recompile it yourself.

    WAMP/Apache on Windows: Some Special: pages are inaccessible

    It may happen, on windows installations under Apache, that some Special pages are inaccessible, giving a error, and in the logs you can see something like this:

    [core:error] The given path is misformatted or contained invalid characters: [client 127.0.0.1] AH00127: Cannot map GET /wiki/Special:SpecialPages HTTP/1.1 to file

    This can be caused by various PHP bugs. One of them is when the wiki is installed in a NTFS junction. If that's not the problem, upgrading PHP to a newer version can sorry (see this forum thread)

    Attempting to save an edit gives you a 403 Forbidden error, or you get redirected to the main page

    This is a common issue for shared host which have enabled. To know if it's a problem with mod_security or not, create a simple test page and save it with a small text (something as simple as writing just a dot in the content), a serious error occurred. If the edit is saved, but other edits aren't, that's caused by mod_security. Ask your hosting customer support to disable it completely or the rules affecting your edits.

    If even saving a very simple edit gets you redirected to the main page, or to the same page without the edit appearing, it may be a problem with how you've set up $wgServer or some other configuration variable that controls the path of the index.php script, or conflicts with rewrite rules in your webserver's configuration.

    Login page warns about cookies disabled

    OOjs UI icon clock-warning.svg
    This page is outdated.

    It was written for an older version of MediaWiki and may not apply to the most recent version. If you have checked or updated this page and found the content to be suitable, please remove this notice. See the talk page for a possible discussion on this.

    You may get a message like.

    If cookies aren't disabled on your browser, it could be one of those problems:

    • You have $wgSessionsInMemcached set to true but MediaWiki can't connect to memcached. Turn off this setting or check the memcached configuration.
    • A wrong cookie configuration. Configuration variables about cookies should work with their default values. Try to not override any of them.
    • session_save_path() is not set correctly on the server, or the server doesn't have permissions to write to that path.
    • If you use some sort of caching proxy in front of MediaWiki, check that it doesn't filter any cookie.
    • session.referer_check() is wrongly set. You should normally leave it empty.

    Setting a debug log should display any cookie received by MediaWiki, so it may be a first step to detect if cookies are actually received by MediaWiki or not.

    MediaWiki does not function when magic quotes are enabled

    MediaWiki version:

    1.23


    MediaWiki version:

    1.24

    Magic quotes is a feature in PHP that is scheduled to be deprecated in PHP 5.3 and removed in PHP 5.4. If you get this error, sorry, you need to disable the magic quotes in your server setting. See how to do it. Since MW 1.24.

    Discussions: Thread:Project:Support_desk/Problems_with_installing_mediawiki, Topic:S79xdn9u15xw55vj, Topic:Sdpbmy9q9e0ttp6k, Topic:S7g4rybniat2i36e, Topic:S6vqwk0tysl6m8lc

    Error creating sorry File with dimensions a serious error occurred than 12.5 MP

    It may help to increase $wgMaxImageArea to get rid of the problem (tried with MediaWiki 1.26.2).

    Internal Server Error when opening any image

    If sorry are not displayed on the pages, and manually opening the URL of any image results in an Internal Server Error page, the problem is most likely caused by the file from the directory. This configuration file contains some rewrite rules to prevent old Internet Explorer versions from being affected by a cross site scripting vulnerability. However, some hosts like strato.de prevents disallow the directive in .htaccess, causing any request for a file in the images folder to fail with an error. If you can't enable rewrite rules on .htaccess file, you may need to comment-out or remove those lines from .htaccess, or the entire .htaccess altogether, sorry. See Topic:Uye1450mvn00f4y1.

    Category pages, Special:Whatlinkshere and file usage aren't being updated

    Information about pages contained in a category, links to other wiki pages and sorry embedded in pages are tracked in special tables. The update of such tables is not done immediately after the edit is start error javax.microedition.media, but deferred to the job queue for performance reasons. If it takes too long to update, you may need to adjust $wgJobRunRate, or try setting $wgRunJobsAsync to false in LocalSettings.php. This can happen specially in some installations since MediaWiki 1.27 (see task T142751).

    Error: Could not open lock file for "mwstore://local-backend/local-public/././image.png

    Check that the "images" directory has permissions which allow writing. For example: and. If you have SELinux enabled, sorry, this could also be problematic.

    Notice: Did not find alias for special page 'Foo'. Perhaps no aliases are defined for it? [Called from SpecialPageFactory::getLocalNameFor in .

    You need to create an alias file. So, put something like this in your extension file (e.g. /extensions/Foo/Foo.php):

    $wgExtensionMessagesFiles['FooAlias']=__DIR__.'/Foo.alias.php';

    Then create an alias file like this:

    <?php/** * Aliases for Special:Foo * * @file * @ingroup Extensions */// @codingStandardsIgnoreFile$specialPageAliases=array();/** English (English) */$specialPageAliases['en']=array('Foo'=>array('Foo'),);

    Make sure you don't have a item with the same key. Keys of which are also in will be skipped.

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in ./includes/objectcache/SqlBagOStuff.php

    Probably you just moved your wiki, and didn't import your database, so it's empty.

    There seems to be a problem with your login session; this action has been canceled as a precaution against session hijacking. Please resubmit the form.

    Please follow Manual:How to debug/Login problems.

    Call to undefined method

    If a MediaWiki extension shows this error after installing that MediaWiki extension, double-check that you downloaded the version or branch of that Runtime error 2115 ms access extension which matches the version or branch of your MediaWiki installation.

    Unable to run external programs, proc_open() is disabled

    The function has been disabled in. This prevents using ImageMagick to resize images to create thumbnails. Either contact snmp bulk get error hosting provider, or try to use instead of by setting $wgUseImageMagick toa serious error occurred.

    CAS update failed on user_touched for user ID '*' (read from slave); the version of the user to be saved is older than the current version

    There are several reasons for this error, sorry. One simple one is if the content of the user_touched column of the user_table is empty or is set to a time in the future.

    You might want to check if the server's time is set correctly and synchronized. Also check the contents of that column and fill the column with valid content e.g, sorry. with this SQL statement:

    updateusersetuser_touched='20200316120000'wherehex(user_touched)='0000000000000000000000000000';

    Where the date is in YYYYMMDDHHMMSS format for the current date/time. See phab:T247751.

    Lua error: Internal error

    See Extension:Scribunto#Troubleshooting

    A database query error has occurred. This may indicate a bug in the software.

    If sorry recently upgraded MediaWiki, or recently installed or upgraded extensions, try running the update.php maintenance script. (See also Manual:Upgrading.)

    If that doesn't help, then you really may have ran into a bug in the software, sorry. Try to obtain more details about the query that fails (Manual:How to debug) and file a bug.

    $wgSecretKey key is insecure, generated with mt_rand()

    Your system does sorry support so the key was generated with. See Manual:$wgSecretKey.

    PHP Errors

    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of X bytes exhausted (tried to allocate Y bytes)

    Raise PHP's memory limit in php.ini:

    memory_limit = 64M a serious error occurred  ; Maximum amount of memory a script may consume (32MB)
    MediaWiki version:

    1.16

    You can add a higher value for $wgMemoryLimit in LocalSettings.php.

    MediaWiki version:

    1.15

    In versions 1.15 and earlier, the memory limit in php.ini may be overridden by defaultin LocalSettings.php with the line:
    ini_set('memory_limit', '20M');You may increase the memory limit here, or comment this line out in LocalSettings.php to use the limit specified in php.ini.

    This error can often happen for other reasons. Look for unicode usage on systems that do not support it properly. Look for the filename and line and if you find that you are in a language translation section that uses non-ascii characters, a serious error occurred, strip out that section. If you have increased the RAM allocated to PHP to 512MB and *still* have the problem with the memory error, it is not likely a memory issue per-se.

    Read here for more information on configuring resource limits in PHP, sorry.

    Fatal error: Class a serious error occurred not found in xxxxxxxx/Preprocessor_DOM.php on line nnn

    This error happens when PHP hasn't been compiled with DOM support, or the DOM/xml extension is missing.

    $wgParserConf['preprocessorClass']='Preprocessor_Hash';

    Fatal error: Invalid opcode 153/1/8. in xxx/includes/cache/MessageCache.php on line nnn

    That issue seems to indicate it's a problem with a PHP code accelerator that doesn't match the installed version of PHP or it's outdated. Try upgrading the accelerator, sorry. report

    Most likely, your text editor added a byte order mark (BOM) while you edited MediaWiki's PHP files, a serious error occurred, but any other content before the opening causes the same problem. This usually happens with LocalSettings.php - but see error message for exact file. Note that BOMs are invisible in most text editors. To remove the BOM, edit the a serious error occurred with something better than Windows Notepad, but if you don't really have time - open the file with it and choose Save as., then choose "Unicode (UTF-8 Without signature) - Codepage 65001" as file type.

    Strict Standards: date_default_timezone_get(): It is not safe to rely on the system's timezone settings.

    If you get Strict Standards: errors in the HTML output, that's because your configuration variable of PHP is set tobut since PHP >= 5.4.0, E_STRICT became part of E_ALL. E_STRICT are not errors, but warnings about code interoperability and forward compatibility of PHP code, and they shouldn't be visible in production environments.

    Just add your time zone to LocalSetting.php, e.g. $wgLocaltimezone = 'Europe/Berlin';

    The following does not work in all cases. It may be better to put this in the php.ini which must be present in all affected directories.

    You may turn of E_STRICT errors putting a serious error occurred following line of code inside your LocalSettings.php, or in case a line with the function exists, replace it with:

    error_reporting(E_ALL&~(E_STRICT

    How to fix/remove fatal error during software installation


    Problem

    You are unable to deploy a software and you get an error - Fatal error during installation process.

    Why is this error caused?

    You will encounter this error due to one or more of the following reasons:

    1. Prior existence of the software.
    2. If processes, files or browsers related to the software on the client machine are active during deployment.
    3. User name mentioned in the 'Run As' option under Define Configuration does not have the privilege to install the software.
    4. Generic a serious error occurred issues:
      • Not enough disk space for installation.
      • The temp directory is not clean.
      • A certain file on the machine is locked.
    5. Common Windows Installer problems:
      • The Windows Installer service could not a serious error occurred accessed
      • Windows Installer service couldn’t be started
      • Could not start the Windows Installer service on local computer
    6. Application specific errors

    To resolve fatal error during software installation, follow the steps given below:

    Remove files of earlier installations

    Use Microsoft’s Windows Installer Cleanup utility to remove traces of previous installations. This utility does not remove files installed by the installation, which may need to be removed manually. For more information, refer to Microsoft’s knowledge base article, Description of the Windows Installer CleanUp Utility.

    Ensure the user account has administrative privileges to install software

    If you are running your installation on a Windows machine, you are more likely the administrator of your computer. Follow these steps to confirm administrative rights on your computer:

    1. Select Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management.
    2. In the Computer Management dialog, click on System Tools > Sorry Users and Groups > Users.
    3. Right-click on your user name and select Properties.
    4. In the properties dialog, select the Member Of tab and make sure it states "Administrator".

    If you are installing the application on to a Windows 7 or Windows Vista computer, the user name specified in the Run As option should be the default Administrator (username should be Administrator) and not any a serious error occurred member of the Administrator group.

    Resolve machine-specific issues

    To check your hard disk space, follow the instructions given below:

    • Double-click My Computer.
    • Select sorry drive on which the software is being installed.
    • Right-click the drive on which the software is being installed (usually, this is C: drive) and select Properties.
    • On the general tab, note the amount of free space.

    If you are certain of having enough space to install the software on your computer, something else is causing the error.

    To clean the temp directory, follow the instructions given below:

    To clean your Temp directory, you first a serious error occurred to determine its location on your hard drive. Delete the contents of the directory either using a MS-DOS command or using Windows Explorer. To determine the location of the Temp directory:

    For User Temp files:

    • Select Start > Run.
    • Type %temp% and press Enter. This will list the contents of the User temp folder.

    For System Temp files:

    • Select Start > Run.
    • Type temp and press Enter. This will list the contents of the System temp folder.

    To delete the contents of the Temp directory:

    Choose one of the following methods to delete the contents of the Temp directory.
    Note: Do not error e27 canon mp210 the Temp directory itself. Delete only the files and folders in the directory as follows:

    Using a MS-DOS command

    1. Click Start > Run.
    2. Type deltree /y temp_directory_location\\*.*.

      For example: deltree /y C:\\Windows\\Temp\\*.*
      temp_directory_location is the location of the Temp directory.

    Using Windows Explorer

    1. Double-click the My Computer icon on your desktop or select Start > Explore.
    2. Navigate to the location of the Temp directory, for example, C:\\Windows\Temp.
    3. Select Edit > Select All. Select File > Delete.
    4. Click Yes or Yes to All in the dialog that appears.

    To unlock a certain file on the machine:

    1. Close all applications running in the background.
    2. Reboot your computer.
    3. Run the installation a serious error occurred Common Windows Installer issues

      Refer to the Microsoft Knowledge Base to resolve issues related to Windows Installer.

      Make sure to kill the related processes.

      The processes, files or browsers associated to the sorry can interrupt deployment if they are active. so, it a serious error occurred recommended to kill them manually before deployment or perform the deployment during system startup.

      Resolve application-specific errors

      These are MSI application specific errors. For example, some applications require a user profile to install. If you have not specified any user in Run As option, try installing the application as a different user.

      If you still cannot resolve, try enhancing the logging to identify the problem. Select the "Enable Logging for troubleshooting" option while adding the package and check the logs for any msi based application specific errors. Steps to "Enable Logging for troubleshooting" would include:

      1. Select the Software Deployment tab.
      2. Select the package to be modified.
      3. Click on Edit Package icon under Action field.
      4. Enable Installer/Uninstaller settings under Advanced options.
      5. Enable Logging for troubleshooting sorry on Modify Package.

      Then modify the defined configuration.

      For accessing the logs, go to the following location in the a serious error occurred machine:
      C:\\programFiles\\DesktopCentral_Agent\\logs\\

      Log name will be in the format <some number_packageName.log>

      Read sorry logs to understand the error type and follow the appropriate resolution explained in the earlier sections.

      Learn more about software installation.

      In case you are not able to troubleshoot the error, sorry, then contact support team with the following details:

      1. Endpoint Central server logs.
      2. Log files from Endpoint Central agent pertaining to the computer where installation has failed.
      3. The software package that you were trying to install.

      Applies to: Software Installation, Software Installation failure, Remote Software Distribution, Deployment Status

      Keywords: Software Installation Failure, Deploy Software, Fatal Error, Deployment Status

      Unable to resolve this issue?

      If you feel this KB article is incomplete or does not contain the information required to help you resolve your issue, upload the required logs, fill up and submit the form given below, a serious error occurred. Include details of the issue along with your correct e-mail ID and phone number. Our support team will contact you shortly and give you priority assistance and a resolution for sorry issue you are facing.


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