To fix the “Destination folder already exists” error, you can try one of the following methods:
1. Check the WordPress Media Library: Before attempting to fix the error, check the WordPress Media Library to see if the destination folder already exists. If it does, you may need to rename the folder or delete it before proceeding.
2. Check File Permissions: Make sure that the destination folder has the correct file permissions. You can check this by accessing the file manager or FTP client and checking the folder’s properties.
3. Deactivate Plugins: Some plugins may cause conflicts with the destination folder. Try deactivating all plugins and then reactivating them one by one to see if one of them is causing the problem.
4. Clear the Cache: Clearing the cache can sometimes fix the error. You can clear the cache by going to the Settings > Performance and then clicking on the ‘Clear cache’ button.
5. Contact Your Hosting Provider: If none of the above steps work, contact your hosting provider for assistance. They may be able to help you troubleshoot the issue and resolve it.