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  1. I used to have a blog a few years back.. I have decided I wanted it back, but now i can't access it. This is the error I get:

    User hoshione Cannot Access the Dashboard Requested

    <i>You are logged in as "hoshione" and do not have the necessary privileges to access the dashboard for "WordPress.com". If you are not "hoshione", please log out, and log back in with your username. If you are "hoshione" and you need access, please ask an administrator of the site to invite you.</i>

    Can someone please help me?

  2. Hello there,
    Will you please post the URL starting with http:// for the blog in question? Is this the blog you mean? http://soshione.wordpress.com/?ref=spelling

  3. Help?

  4. You say you wanted it back. Did you delete it, or make someone else the administrator? What is the actual URL?

  5. I ended up deleting it when I got rid of my blog. I wasn't planning on using it again. Low and behold... 3 years later and I want it back. :(

    It was originally at http://hoshi.808bass.com, but as you can see, I've updated my site to be different now. I would like it to be at http://hoshi.808bass.com/blog.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  6. Also... I'm trying to change my username from hoshione to something else, which is why I need to be re-invited.

  7. You can't map a wordpress.COM site to a subdirectory such as something.com/blog/ . You can only map to the top level domain (something.com) or to a subdomain (blog/something.com/).

    The username that you are using to try and access the site is not an administrator on the blog. Did you perhaps set the site up under a different username?

    What is that actual URL of the wordpress.COM site you are talking about?

  8. If you DELETED it, it's gone. You cannot be re-established as the admin of a blog that no longer exists. This was made clear in the three separate warnings when you deleted it. Make a new blog.

  9. And if you are going to map it to a subdomain of your existing site, it doesn't matter what the wordpress.COM URL is since no one will see it.

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