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PostPosted: 2011-07-24 06:58 
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hi,

My Client FileZilla does not work properly.

When I open FileZilla, I get the following message:

"Error loading xml file
Unable to load file 'C: \ Documents and Settings \ User \Application Data \ FileZilla \ queue.xml'
The document is not a valid XML document: Failed to read Elementname.

The tail will not be saved. "

Also, When I open the page of FileZilla, I read in the lower left-> Files in the queue (9324).

Moreover, it seems to me that FileZilla to upload works correctly , but it does not work properly in the download (backup).
In fact, FZ has successfully updated my joomla-website remotely,but when I maked the backup site, FZ has saved only the core Joomla (the source package).

I have deleted some adware on my PC, but the message stillcomes out above.

Please help.
I do what I can do?
Thanks in advance.

cicerone80

n.b. excuse me, I am italian.


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PostPosted: 2011-07-24 09:49 
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Try deleting the offending file, it only contains an old, corrupted transfer queue.

As far as I know, Joomla uses a database to store data. To make a backup of that, the contents of the database need to be dumped.


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