SharePoint Services 3.0 File not found error when upgrading to moss 2007

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Hello there,

I need your help and want to know how to resolve this issue. I was upgrading from SharePoint services 3.0 to moss 2007 but unfortunately during the work I received this message : 

"File not found. Web parts maintenance page: If you have permission, you can use this page to temporarily close web parts or remove personal settings. For more information, contact site administrator”. 

Please help me as the server is not working no more. I tried to reload but no result

                             

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SharePoint Services 3.0 File not found error when upgrading to moss 2007

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Hello!

Receiving a File Not Found error without any descriptions to it is another very common error in SharePoint Site. This error means that the page did not find the files it was asked to process. There are many ways to fix this kind of problem:

  1. If you configured your SharePoint Site to use Forms Authentication, this error will appear.

  2. Links in the user controls added to the templates may not be accessible. Check the links. Most of the time, they are wrong.

  3. Check your trust level in the web.config file. SharePoint server needs permission to access an external URL. If your trust level is set to minimum, you will most likely get a File Not Found error. The trust level in SharePoint server is usually set to medium.

    <trust level=”WSS_Medium” origin???Url=””/>

  4. It can also be that the DLL is missing. Check the bin directory in your website's root. You may have placed it there.

  5. You can update the web.config. Open it and you'll see

              configuration xmlns=”http://schemas.microsoft.com/error.aspx?aspxerrorpath=/library/ms123402.aspx

              Remove the xmlns attribute in the web.config then reset the IIS.

 

Good Luck!

 

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