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  1. Rodrigo Antonio da Silva
  2. Community Area
  3. Saturday, 29 April 2017
In the Joomla Control Panel, at the bottom of the page the following error message appears: 0 Class 'Sobi \ Database \ MySQLi' not found

Anyone know how to fix this?
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The problem was in the XDir component. An old version of the component. Just uninstalled and everything worked.
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