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How to post Computer Problems? - Read before Posting

Hi guys 'n' gals,

This is section where you can ask all of your computer relates problems and we'll try to provide a solution as soon as possible..

Before posting just pay attention to some silly matters. It helps you to get fast responses .

1. Give a relevant title to your Query.

2. Provide the Hardware details of your PC.

3. Include Operating system version, important softwares installed (eg.
Antivirus, firewall ).

4. Try to add screenshots if possible..


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Re: How to post Computer Problems? - Read before Posting

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Adding a few things...

1.) Before asking the question search in the forum whether it has already been asked or not?
2.) Describe the symptoms of ur problem carefully, like:

a.) which OS are u using?
b.) If the problem is related to a software, then which software version r u using?
c.) what research hv u done before asking the question in forum?
d.) Don't forget to mention any recent changes, which u made to ur system, like installing any new software or hardware!


3.) At last post in appropriate sections.

If u follow all these guidelines, then all members will be able to solve ur problem very easily and quickly

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