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Could someone tech savvy help with my Vbulletin for a fee?

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Jordan Rose

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I have a private Vbulletin forum. It's years old (version 3. something, the newest is 5). The license ran out years ago but it's basically a private place I post articles and not used by anyone else so I don't wanna pay $200 for support that I wont understand anyway. It has fucked up and I have absolutely zero knowledge about this shit.

Instead of my home page I get stuff like this:

Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in/home/therecom/public_html/forums/includes/init.php on line 48
Unable to add cookies, header already sent.
File: /h

Googling this shit just takes me to various very old threads that make absolutely no sense to me. I don't know a damn thing about mysql dumps, I can barely use excel.

If someone could fix it without losing any data and get it back online i'd send dollar straight to their paypal.

Edited by Jordan Rose, 12 December 2012 - 03:01 PM.

I have lived and breathed Axl Rose's 'new' music every single week of my life since I got a bootleg of Rio 3 in January 2001. That is why I reserve the right in 2012 to be utterly pessimistic, butt-hurt, whiney, disillusioned, disappointed and down-right fucked off. "Basically, to me, it was because I am watching this guy and I don't understand it. I don't get it. I wanted the world to love and respect him. I just watched him throw it away.''Axl on Slash, 2000. Irony. 

"This show is deisgned to be something that is growing over the next couple of years. This is the start of something. Remember we'll be putting out a record and about a year or so after that we'll be putting out another record. So, there'll be a lot more material added into the set with a lot more going on. This is the beginning and we need to be showing people a lot of the older material, but it will grow." Axl, 2002.


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