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Offline Arro

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TECHNICAL FORUM RULES
« on: 04:02:27 PM / 16-Jul-08 »
There are RULES to the Tech sections, and they are as follows:

1. SEARCH. If we see that your question has been asked a thousand times, and I find your answer immediately in a seach, your thread WILL BE DELETED.

2. READ. At least look at the topic titles for *a few* pages of the Tech section pertaining to your question. If we find your question is answered on the page you posted or the one before it, very likely your thread WILL BE DELETED.

3. CHOOSE. Pick the CORRECT topic section for your technical question. DO NOT post your question in "General Tech" if it is obviously covered in one of the other sections. There is no excuse for this, when the sections are VERY clearly labeled. Chances are, if you look in the proper section in the first place, you would have found your answer to begin with.

4. TITLE. Pick a proper title for your thread, that SAYS WHAT IT IS ABOUT. DO NOT ask a general question like "R200 Diff?" or "Need help!!!". Make sure your thread title TELLS US WHAT IT IS ABOUT. If it does not, your thread WILL BE DELETED.

THIS WILL BE ENFORCED in ALL the Technical sections.



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