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PHP extension Zend Guard Loader is not enabled

1) Please make sure that Zend Guard Loader is enabled on your server. You can use attached php_info.php file - upload it to your website root folder and open this file on browser. If Zend Guard Loader is enabled, you will see it like on the screenshot below:

If it is not there, please contact your hosting provider and ask to enable Zend Guard Loader for you.
2) Also you can get this message if your server doesn't support recursive php.ini. So you should make sure that php.ini is located in the root on your server and also it needs to be located in these folders:

mt-content/
mt-includes/
mt-admin/
mt-admin/install/

3) Make sure you have all the permissions set up correctly:
Following files should have permissions set to 664 (-rw-rw-r--):

mt-includes/config/settings.php
mt-content/assets/styles.css
mt-content/assets/fonts.css

Following folders are set to 775 (drwxrwxr-x):

mt-content/assets
mt-content/assets/less ~all folders and files that there will be
mt-content/uploads
mt-content/temp
mt-content/temp/update
mt-content/temp/logs
mt-content/temp/twig
mt-content/temp/cache
mt-content/themes/~all folders and files that there will be
mt-includes
mt-includes/templates
mt-includes/templates/layouts
mt-includes/templates/less
mt-includes/templates/emails
mt-includes/library
mt-includes/assets
mt-includes/widgets
mt-admin/views
mt-admin/update

The rest of the files should have the permissions set to 644 (-rw-r--r--). 
The rest of the folders should have the permissions set to 755 (drwxr-xr-x).
3) Please re-upload all template files and make sure binary and active transfer modes are enabled

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