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You say it happens on both Wikipedia and your own MediaWiki installation, so we can rule out "reinstalling MediaWiki" as a solution. :) (Altough, system administration volunteers for Wikipedia and all the Wikimedia projects are welcome!) Some users occasionally experience timeouts especially for the resources loaded from bits.wikimedia.org (mainly CSS and ...


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if you know the perfect path in server where you stored the .css then you use the minitool for the recovery. but must note that don't recover from you pc but from the server. as my opening if you don't want this hark work then you just claim to Microsoft support team about your data. they are always ready for this type of help


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I managed to recover the file using "ChromeCacheViewer" which is a free software. I ran it on a Laptop that had viewed the website, but not since the file was deleted otherwise Chrome would delete the cache file. It was slightly out of date, but only 10 minutes of work were needed to bring it up to date. Lesson learnt, boss wasn't too happy, but is ...


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Don't you have any backup software running in the background, that would let you recover different versions of it ?


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Try turning hidden files on, and looking for local 'recycle bin' files in or near the network path you deleted it from. Hopefully this helps..



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