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Filmgirl

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I changed the password to MYSQL because I couldn't remember the one I had before that was given to me by my old hosting and since then my hosting has been taken over by another hosting so I had no way getting the password...so I had to change all my passwords and because of it, my gallery no longer works: http://www.kristinkreukweb.com/gallery/

I know I can fix by doing it through install.php, but then I'll reinstall everything...which I don't want to do.

so I was wondering, how would I go about changing the password so the gallery can connect to database again.
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Look in config.inc.php.
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...which resides in the include folder on your server. Download the file to your client, edit it with a plain-text editor and re-upload it. Has been asked very often, please search before posting in the future.
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