Firstly, I have a back up database on Go Daddy and made some on my Wp. db. plugin but cannot access these because my blog is down. I have tried to restore the Go daddy back up on a new WP set up in my databaes on Go Daddy, however, while I can export the database to notepad and save in my docs Im having problems importing it back into the new WP. I get this message:
You attempted to load file with unsupported compression (application/zip). Either support for it is not implemented or disabled by your configuration.
Secondly, I have tried everything to get my old blog running to no avail.Heres what go daddy support say:
I have reviewed the entirety of this incident. It is the customers responsibility to maintain their website and keep backups of their information. We will not be able to restore your account free of charge. If there is a problem with the actual server we would be more then happy to assist in this issue. However, nothing indicates there is a problem with the server. Your other sites appear to be functioning without issue. The only site with a problem appears to be the one you attempted to edit and make configuration changes. Changing the domain name within the WordPress Administration panel will bring down the site and make the content appear out of the ordinary. Changing the password for the database will break the connection the site has to the database server. To resolve this you must update your configuration file to the new password.( I have resolved this issue)
Reviewing the site it does not appear that the current issue is related to these updates. You are now receiving an Internal Server error. To determine the cause of this error you need to review your Error Logs. I have reviewed the error logs and they indicate the below error message.
Zend Optimizer requires Zend Engine API version 20021010.
The Zend Engine API version 20050606 which is installed, is newer.
Contact Zend Technologies at http://www.zend.com/ for a later version of Zend Optimizer.
This is a scripting issue and we have limited support for scripting related issues. Again we can only verify the server is functioning properly. You can use the previously provided instructions to update and install the latest version of Zend. However, this error is probably caused by a plugin or theme on your site. You can disable all themes and plugins on your site to attempt alleviate the error. You can then enable each one individually to determine the cause of the error. At that time you can either no longer use the plugin or you can follow the instructions to update Zend. The php.ini file should be located within your hosting account. If you do not have one you must create one. If you need information on how to create one you will need to use your favorite search engine to locate more information on this.
Please let us know if we can assist you in any other way.
I have removed theme and plugins.
I have changed scrip in php.ini
Still no joy
I would appreciate any assistance