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500 error when trying to access user manager

Posted on 2012-03-19
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Please see image attached, this is what comes up when I click on user manager.

What's causing this? How do I fix it?

Thanks in advance.

Screen after choosing 'User Manager'
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Question by:TonyCabone
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Have you done anything recently to the system that causes the DB to change?

That error specificly points out that your DB doesn't have table named 'jos_user_notes' while it's required for that specific query.

If it is a new joomla instance then try to re-install it.
If it is not, or the error still occur, you may try go to Extensions -> Extension Manager -> Database and then click Fix to update the DB to the current.
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