I recently installed DirectAdmin on my server. During the installation process, DirectAdmin wanted to nuke my MySQL installation. I already had a Drupal installation on this server, but the DirectAdmin installer had already messed with my MySQL installation. I ended up copying the actual database files elsewhere in an attempt to preserve my database. After finishing the DirectAdmin installation and getting everything setup, I created a new database. I then copied the database files I salvaged to this database's directory. I can see the tables and data in phpMyAdmin just fine. I then edited the settings.php file for Drupal to use the new database name and credentials for the new database. Unfortunately, my site is all sorts of blown up. I've been Googling around and only seen permissions as a potential cause, which I don't think lines up. If you'd like to see the errors, the page is zerowalkgames.com. Anyone have any idea whatsoever as salvaging my Drupal site?
Thanks in advance