I am getting "An unexpected error occurred."

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When I go to my websitehttp://www.oncalldjservice.com, I am getting this error:
An unexpected error occurred.
Symfony\Component\ClassLoader\MapClassLoader::loadClass(): Failed opening required '/home2/oncalldj/public_html/packages/michaelg_power_slider_lite/controller.php' (include_path='/home2/oncalldj/public_html/concrete/vendor:.:/usr/php/56/usr/lib64:/usr/php/56/usr/share/pear')

I have hosting through bluehost, and they told me it was something to do with concrete5. So i am here trying to find help. From what I am reading this is an old add-on that was from a previous version of the website. I have gone through and deleted these add-ons when my website was working, and have gone into the back end and removed their tmp files. I am unsure what to do now except uninstall concrete5 and start fresh, which is what I do not want to do.

If anyone can please help it would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you

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Gondwana replied on at Permalink Reply
Gondwana
Did you uninstall the add-ons using the c5 dashboard, or simply delete their files?
samjonsnell replied on at Permalink Reply
I uninstalled them through c5 dashboard, and then a few weeks later after this problem started happening I deleted the rest of the files through the back end.
mlocati replied on at Permalink Reply
mlocati
You should try to re upload the michaelg_power_slider_lite package
samjonsnell replied on at Permalink Reply
I cannot login to my website to do that, unless you know of another way.
mlocati replied on at Permalink Reply
mlocati
What about uploading the package via FTP or using the control panel of your provider?
samjonsnell replied on at Permalink Reply
I could do that, but I would need to get the file from the c5 website and upload it to there. I thought the only way you could install add-ons was by being logged into your website, and uploading it from there. Am I wrong?
samjonsnell replied on at Permalink Reply
Ok, so I figured out how to upload the files that were missing on the back end, but now I am getting this error:

Class Concrete\Core\Permission\Key\AccessUserSearchUserKey does not exist

To me it seems that it is talking about the login info?