Follow the instructions below but keep two changes in mind:

1) Rather than replacing $_SERVER[‘DOCUMENT_ROOT’] with $_SERVER[‘SUBDOMAIN_DOCUMENT_ROOT’] use $_SERVER[“REAL_DOCUMENT_ROOT”] instead.

A recent server upgrade (early July 2013 I believe) at GoDaddy is forcing this change. I have found that GoDaddy tech support isn’t aware of it so we are on our own here.

If overwriting an existing install, just download fresh files from Prosper202 to be sure you have the latest and greatest. Then overwrite all files. Your config file will remain in tact so all should be good in the hood.

2) The recent Prosper202 files (it may be fixed by now) have 3 occurrences of $_SERVER[‘DOCUMENT_ROOT’] with a space between $_SERVER and [‘DOCUMENT_ROOT’].

Therefore when doing the search and replace, these will be missed.

Do a separate search and replace for $_SERVER [‘DOCUMENT_ROOT’] with the space.

i.e. Replace $_SERVER [‘DOCUMENT_ROOT’] (with a space) with $_SERVER[“REAL_DOCUMENT_ROOT”] (no spaces)