I installed Akeeba Backup WP 1.9.1 first, and was able to activate it, but when I clicked on the Akeeba icon in the admin panel, it wouldn't load the Akeeba dashboard, but after a while it gave me a 404 page on the frontend of the site.
I deleted the plugin folder through FTP and tried installing version 1.9.0, thinking maybe it had to be installed first before 1.9.1. Same thing happens when I try to access the newly installed/activated plugin from the admin panel.
They didn't have any other backup plugins installed on their site, only a handful of other ones: WP Optimize, Taxonomy Images, Yoast SEO, and some lesser known ones like Multiple Post Thumbnails, Privateer Document Types, and one that their previous web developer custom built.
I've done a brand new install of Akeeba Backup WP 1.9.0 on another site that we are managing and had no problems whatsoever. I would greatly appreciate if you could help point me in the right direction of how to get this working.
|Which documentation pages did you read?||Some|
|Which troubleshooter articles did you read?||Some|
|Have you searched the tickets before posting?||Yes|
|Did you already run the log analyser (ALICE)?||Not Applicable|
|WordPress version (in x.y.z format)||4.3.5|
|PHP version (in x.y.z format)||5.3.04|
|Host (who is hosting your site, not your domain)||GoDaddy|
|Akeeba Backup version (x.y.z format)||1.9.1|