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This usually happens when you modified files, theme templates or modules / extensions, or installed a theme or extension
which cause fatal PHP errors.
please try to Disable Magento Compiler and Clear cached Magento data , in the most cases it should solve the issue.
Thank yo Harshelsner,
I finally solved this issue. I’ll post it how in casi it can help someone:
1. I enabled errors display in index.php with the code: ini_set(’display_errors’, 1);
2. I realised it was a problem of memory allocation
3. Browsing the net I found that I had to increase the memory limit, so I added in the same file index.php the following line: ini_set(’memory_limit’,’64M’);
After this, the installed magento is working fine!