The issue is with Moodle using an old adodb set that uses "references" which resulted in memory curruption which was addressed in PHP 4.4.0.
To correct perform the following:
Open up the adodb.inc.php file.
The error is around line 2660 of the 4.64 version of the adodb system. Look for the following section:
Change this line:
function &GetAssoc($force_array = false $first2cols = false)
function GetAssoc($force_array = false $first2cols = false )
Once complete upload this update over the existing adodb.inc.php in your account.
You can also download the latest available version of adodb here.
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