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I need help urgently, installed a plugin and it broke my site

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    hiboy
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    @hiboy

    I am doing development to my site with buddypress, i guess before i install this plugin, buddypress folder was rename to another name, after i install this plugin
    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/buddypress-xprofile-custom-fields-type/, the follow error shown in backend and frontend :

    Warning: fopen(wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-loader.php) [function.fopen]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in wp-includes/functions.php on line 3306

    Warning: fread(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in /wp-includes/functions.php on line 3309

    Warning: fclose(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in /wp-includes/functions.php on line 3312

    I uninstall this plugin and buddypress and the error is still shown at the top, how to solve this?

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    bp-help
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    @bphelp

    @hiboy
    Easy fix so don’t panic. Go into your server and rename that plugin. I always append it with 2 capital X’s to the beginning of the plugin name which will deactivate the plugin it can be anything it is just a habit for me.
    In your example change the folder containing the plugins name from:
    buddypress-xprofile-custom-fields-type
    TO:
    XXbuddypress-xprofile-custom-fields-type
    You can then get back into your site and the plugin will be deactivated and you can delete it via the dashboard if you choose.

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    hiboy
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    @hiboy

    Hi bb-help, we meet again,

    I uninstall this plugin and buddypress but the error is still shown at the top, any solution?

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    hiboy
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    @hiboy

    I think the error mean it is searching for buddypress, without it,the error is shown, how to solve it?

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    bp-help
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    @bphelp

    Did you follow my instructions? Changing the plugin folder name to something different should disable the faulty plugin. Are you certain that particular plugin was the one that brought your site down? It may be another plugin. You can use the same instruction I provided for all other plugins as well. If your logged into your server go to /your-site/wp-content/plugins and append the double X to the other plugins names which will render them deactivated. Then re-activate each one individually until you find the faulty one. This also works if you append bp-custom.php with the double X. If You have custom functions in your themes folder you can create a new one and append the old one with the method above. It may be a theme issue as well, so right now I am just speculating.

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    hiboy
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    @hiboy

    Hi bb-help, thanks again for your reply, really appreciate it, as i am abit panick.
    here the full story,

    i started off with a buddypress theme and buddypress, I do my development from there to fit my needs, and i install plugin and about to done with my site after several weeks. Well the buddypress folder was renamed to buddypress2 when i first started developing on this site. everything all fine and working well. I then install this plugin = http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/buddypress-xprofile-custom-fields-type/, and then error start appear at the top of my backend and frontend, so i immediately rename this folder in ftp, it got deactivated, but error still shown, then i delete this plugin, error still shown, then i deactivate buddypress, error still shown, deleted buddypress, error still shown, and i also replace functions.php in my wp-includes, and here where i stop. the error was still there.

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