Just skip that and use an old 386! I can view web pages from the early 80's on mine!
It works! I just found my old website no pictures, and some pages are missing but most of it is there.
I was on Compuserve, AOL and Prodigy way before the web came to be. Also a bunch of old BBS's. It would be neat to see those again.
Anyone can write to the Wayback Machine (owned now by Google) and request specific site entries if not entire site content be removed. If need be.
If you have content on the web that's been rewritten or revamped or edited or even that you've removed later for whatever reason(s), and you don't want the earlier pages/content/even an entire site to be accessed by anyone in the future, you can email the WaybackMachine, provide the specific dates that the pages are cached and referenced in their site search results, and prove your ownership of the material, and they'll remove the content.
There's also a script that you can place in the header of a website index page that will turn robots away, preventing any further caching by the WaybackMachine.
It also turns away Google's advertising robot, which inserts advertising key words on pages they cache unless you turn them away with the script.
Nice, but I'm not in the mood to ressurrect my 28.8 modem.
I tried the wayback machine now, but could not find screenshots of how http://www.5rooms.com looked like in 2012.