#2 Sep 12, 2018 12:08
A new thread, which is great, still requires full detail,
a) a screenshot showing the URL and error of the point of failure and
b) one showing the database.table >settings > version from your cPanel
It is possible that your database is corrupt.
Starting from scratch
In my private message I asked you to try a new install, not either of the things you have stated, this would give you a basic site and we would know that you can at least install, as the original seems to have been a cPanel installation. The problem with knowing your first install was by cPanel is that it is unclear if you have the ability to make your own database and install from scratch. As mentioned in that post once you have a clean install we can then attempt to import your database.
You haven't or haven't clarified that you have done as I suggested.
To do so, please show screenshots of the items in a) and b) above. It can then be confirmed which database version you have and you can be directed to the appropriate version of b2evo to upload and install.
Do not leave the [/conf] folder in place for a new install, the only details you may want keep are the database name, user name and password which are in the [/conf/_basic_config.php] file which you can singularly copy to your desktop for reference,
A new install is not an upgrade and doesn't use your database so you will not get a database version error. However to successfully import your saved database you must install the associated version of b2evo, hence the importance of knowing the database version as asked in b)
Please try as instructed or explain why you have problems with doing so?