Thanks for straightening me out on all that, and it does make more sense now. Attempting to login at each of your urls, I understand the problem you are having, though a “solution” does not immediately present itself.
This is most likely an install issue of some kind and, upon looking around the web, I found a couple of interesting things that might be relevant to your situation.
For instance, in the “reviews” of the script on hotscripts.com most users give the script good reviews, and good marks for support. Fewer users report report bugs in the script and poor experiences with support. One user reports that the installation instructions for the script has errors.
All that said, and given that this is a commercial script for which you have paid, I strongly recommend that you contact the script’s author’s support folks for help in getting this sorted it. They are likely to understand what’s causing the problem, and know how to fix, much more easily than anyone here.
That’s not to say I’m not willing to help, but without the code and the installation instructions (and with an indication that the installation instructions might be in error anyway), it just seem much more efficient for you to go to the author first.
The ability to do this is part of what you paid for when you purchased this script, and you should take advantage of that. You might also check to see if the author’s site has any support forums or online resources to help you sort this out.