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How do you decide who to help and who not to help?

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#1 Maven29


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Posted 24 May 2008 - 07:21 PM

Just wondering how each post is evaluated or chosen for offers to help. Not trying to whine here, and I appreciate any help I can get, but I posted several days ago and no one will respond to my problem. And I wanted to update the post , add more info, things I have tried etc but the rules say not to do that, that only posts with no responses get started for help. And I keep logging on and no one answers my post. But I notice other posters more recently posting are getting help. Do you want newer info if I have tried some things in other posts/self-help to resolve. I think the cardinal rule of the rules was not to start a new thread on the same problem. But if no one is going to answer, would like to know now, and if someone is working my issue doing research, I want them to have the most up to date info, logs etc.


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#2 Rorschach112


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Posted 25 May 2008 - 05:45 AM

I suggest you read the rules. There is a specific area to go if you have been waiting longer than three days for a reply

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