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10/22/2014 7:00 PM
 
Hi, I have a site on DNN 5.6.1 and I've upgraded the Blog Module from 3.3.1 to 3.5.1 and it was upgraded fine, then I've upgraded the DNN to 6.2.9 and DNN 7.3.3 but when I try to upgrade de module to 5.0.0 (in DNN 6.2.9) and 6.0.11 (in DNN 7.3.3) I get this error message: Could someone help me?
 
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2/13/2015 4:41 PM
 
I had the same problem upgrading from 4.0 to 6.1, what I did was to do an upgrade 4.1 first. Then I upgraded to 5.0 and then 6.0. This allowed the blog to update. The only problem is that now the links to blogs give a file not found (40) error. Not sure why.
 
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