2012-06-26 9:44 am EST
This error can be casued by a few different settings. First be sure the following are enabled in your php.ini file, found in your public_html folder:
If that does not stop the error, ensure the extension_dir setting is commented out completely in the php.ini.
Lastly, see that the following code is set in your .htaccess file:
SetEnv PHPRC /home/cPanelUser/public_html/php.ini
Be sure to replaces your actual cpanel username where it says cPanelUser
That should enable the pdo extensions and remove the error.
I hope this answers your question. If you have any more questions or information specific to the issue please leave a comment below so we can further assist you.
I tried the above. I did not have a php.ini file and I added it used the same on the .htaccess but nothing changed.
Be sure that you have these like specifically within your php.ini file, as well as you have set your .htacess to be recursive
and the path to your php.ini file is correct.
If you are not hosted with us, you may need to consult your host for more information on their requirements.