Just updgrade my Drupal from 7.12 to 7.14, in all pages gives me always 404 Not found. what i did wrong in the upgrade? how can i fix this error? Already tried to change the menu.inc to this

//if (variable_get('menu_rebuild_needed', FALSE)) {
//} and dont work, the drupal is running on Internet Information Services 7.5

Just follow this tutorial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBKDzLbG6RE


Abdso’s picture

I wish you have a copy of your drupal file directories before the update. I would use it!

Do you have your theme stored in your "sites" directory? If don't, you should have stored your "themes" directory too.

Is what I think but I'm not an expert, I hope this can help you.

aceman8’s picture

I am having the same issues after upgrading from 7.12 to 7.14 none of the pages can be found with 404 error.

criznach’s picture

Does the home page work? If so, double check your .htaccess file. Make sure mod_rewrite is working.

Christopher James Francis Rodgers’s picture

I do not have your answer,
but I suggest that you go to the Core's 'issues' que.

'Search' there for your answer,
and then if you do not find your answer,
"Create a new issue", and if in doubt,
for the required 'Category: *',
specify "Support request".



These forums are a good place to ask your question
when you can not get the help you need at a project's 'issues' que
because the project is not actively maintained
or the developers are MIA (missing in action)
and you can not get a response in thee 'issues' que.

The 'issues' que for a project is, however, a good place to go
if you have not tried there already.


Google Search limited to drupal.org

Again, I do not have your answer
But I know how to use Google and limit the search to drupal.org
since the d.o website's search is essentially worthless to me
except maybe when I am in a specific project's
(module's or theme's) issues que.
I suggest a Google Search limited to drupal.org

Google Search: site:drupal.org

Do Not insert a blank-space after the colon (":") before the first letter of the domain name ("drupal.org").
Type a blank-space following the plus-sign (+),
and add your keyword(s) &/or "keyword phrase"(s).
Wrap a multi-word keyword phrase in double-quotes ("... ... ... ")
to search for exact phrase matching in the search.

Sample Google search of d.o

Example using keyword(s): updating from 7.12 to 7.14 error

"All the best; intended."
- Chris

Drupal 8 is great.

Re: Drupal 9,000
Three-minute Video on the problem
of technology out-pacing users.

drupalpupal’s picture

I didn't have this issue in the 3 to 4 sites I upgraded however, I AM aware that if you have modues that change paths (i.e pathauto or other similar modules) that it coud very well be a path issue to the files or, upon upgrading, it reset your pathing back to default (if you set it to automatically change your aliases).

Something worth checking into at least.