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#1 breeno

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Posted 04 May 2005 - 11:43 AM

Thanks for having me on your forum. I am hoping you can help me with a few problems I am having.

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Posted 04 May 2005 - 12:32 PM

Hey,and welcome to BC !

Oh yes that is what we are here for.

Please post your problem in the right forum and we from BC will get back to you ASAP !

Enjoy

Regards,
Claudio

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Posted 04 May 2005 - 02:42 PM

Welcome to BC!
Below are a few tips for better posting a problem to a forum.
Regards,
John


1. Many members, with varying degrees of knowledge will read your post, both to help you now as well as later to see if it is similar to the problem they are having. Using a topic title that explains the problem you are having, rather than “HELP!!!!”
will guide those with expertise in that area (or later, members having a similar problem) to find your post.
2. Explain your question or problem with as much detail as necessary, and always mention the version of Windows and the application you are using. If there are error messages, write them EXACTLY as they appear. Try to include what you were doing when the problem occurred, and whether you made any system changes or new installations before the problem happened. Remember that, in some instances, someone trying to help you might want to replicate your problem on his own computer, or to open the application you are having problems with. Again, the problem you are having may turn out to be a symptom of something different; a complete description of the problem will often help identify those cases.
3. Include any steps you have taken already. This saves the time involved in asking you to take actions you have already done, or to suggest steps you may already have tried.
4. When you post, it makes sense to follow the rule: one problem, one post. The more problems you include in one post, the more likely the chance it will get lost or unanswered, especially if the problems require different areas of knowledge. Letting different kinds of problems be answered by members with different areas of expertise will be quicker and probably result in better responses.
5. Double check the information you are supplying. For example, the omission of one letter, or a typo, in talking about an .exe file or a program name can make a major difference.
6. Lastly, before hitting that POST button, take the time to read what you are posting from the point of view of someone trying to help and ask yourself, “is this as clear as I can make it?”
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Posted 04 May 2005 - 10:07 PM

Thank you.

See you in the other forums.

breeno.




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