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I accidentally update jQuery version from 1.5.2 to 1.82 using Drupal's jQuery update module. Is there any way to rollback the update and go back to my 1.5.2 version?

Changing the option exists only in the dev version. So I downloaded the dev version and set it to 1.5.2. However, now, I am getting this message:

jQuery could not be replaced with an uncompressed version of 1.4.4, because jQuery 1.5.2 is running on the site.

Don't know what that means, because I am not trying to run 1.4.4.

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    There is an option to select the version(1.5.2/1.7/1.8) in admin/config/development/jquery_update. – Serjas Nov 29 '12 at 7:23
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    uninstall module :) – monymirza Nov 29 '12 at 7:32
  • @Serjas: Changing the option exists only in the dev version. So I downloaded the dev version and set it to 1.5.2. However, now, I am getting this message: jQuery could not be replaced with an uncompressed version of 1.4.4, because jQuery 1.5.2 is running on the site. Don't know what that means, because I am not trying to run 1.4.4. – SN_26 Nov 29 '12 at 8:29
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    if thats the case , follow @monymirza . Uninstall and then do a fresh start. Jquary update wont break any of your existing code by uninstalling – Serjas Nov 29 '12 at 8:47
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Uninstall and then do a fresh start.

jQuery update won't break any of your existing code by uninstalling.

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The error:

jQuery could not be replaced with an uncompressed version of 1.4.4, because jQuery 1.7.1 is running on the site.

coming from Devel module, so in case you'd like to get rid of the message on every page, you should go to Devel settings page (e.g. /admin/config/development/devel) and disable Use uncompressed jQuery option.

Source: This is on EVERY single page in my installation

To rollback the module, you need to disable and uninstall the old module, and install another one.

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