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cynical_sam

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  1. Unfortunately not, as lewdicrous said it's pretty much gone unless someone has scraped the site
  2. You can view googles cached version here: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:7vrjYDytz8MJ:bhemuhelp.co.nf/+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=uk Cached sites don't always work well
  3. You will have to give it a go and then see how it runs, I have never installed it on less than 4gb so can't advise how it will run. You can always up the plan in it dosent run very well. If you can squeese it in your budget try and get at leat 2gb. Also depending on what connection you have in the bussniess it may be cheaping running moodle on a server in house.
  4. I have used linode before to host some joomla sites and they have been really good. Not sure how well moodle would run on there $5 plan, would recommend about 4gb minimum for moodle depending on how many people are going to be using it.
  5. Getting the files back could be very difficult if not almost impossible if there are no decryption keys out there. The easiest way is to restore from a backup if you have one. But if not I have had some success restoring files using shadow explorer, this may work on the OS drive but not sure about the external drives
  6. Its got to be the back buttons, i loved them on the G2 and it looks like LG have made them better for the G3.
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