getting media/image 500 internal server errors

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    I’ve recently taken over our company’s blog. During the process of updating our blog (which has been neglected for some time) we’ve noticed that many links to media do not work. Some do, some don’t. This is media uploaded using the media uploader tool. It’s usually placed somewhere in the wp-content/uploads folder.

    One specific file that comes to mind is the main logo that appears on our site: I cannot browse directly to that file. I’ve had trouble with a host of other images as well. I’ve done some looking around and I have no idea what is going on. Can anyone shed some light on this?




    You did not specify a blog address or reason for posting when you created this topic.

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    Member does not seem to be hosted on WordPress.COM – you should take the friendly supportbot’s advice and make friends over at WordPress.ORG.


    I guess I’m confused in that case. I was under the impression that we were on



    That is not a free hosted blog. Check the theme footer and note your blog is “Powered by WordPress. ” Click that link because you are in the wrong support forum. vs

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