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I posted here over two months ago with the same problem and there was no response. I just posted yesterday and over 100 new post have been posted and answered and mine still hasn't been answered yet!

Am I doing this in the wrong format or something? Is the question I'm asking not relevant or something someone think "I should know already""? What's up with this forum? I know this is a free forum but this is a bit much and it can take some time, but when I see other people's posts being answered I 'm beginning to wonder??? :tazz:
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Hi,

Sorry about that, there are many posts being made and it is possible to lose posts with the amount of posts that are made. Can you please repost your question? I'm sure someone will be glad to help. :tazz:

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Here is a link to your post. Now, you don't have to repost it. :tazz:

http://www.geekstogo...lp_-t13799.html

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Thank you. I'll just wait for an answer. :tazz:
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Hi,

Just a quick note. If you find your post has drifted way back, just simply reply to the post with the word "bump". This will allow the helpers to know that you are still in need of assistance. So feel free to bump your post if you need to. :tazz:

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