but about the problem in the recent image:
the install script of the package has an checker to see if an old version of JEM was installed, as it did detect something it's trowing in an error. for some kind of reason there seems to be a leftover of JEM..
and by saying that you can:
- go to phpmyadmin
- go to table af_extensions (if af is your prefix)
- select colomn "type"
- look for package
- see if com_jem is listed, if so remove that row
of course you can check if there are more leftovers.
fox example when using column name:
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