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    Exclamation (Re-) Member form Poland.....

    Hello,
    my name is Sla, I am from Poland, I am farmer and freelancer also.
    I figure out that this forum contains informations about computers, that some of my domestic well-known sites do not contain.
    My first computer was huge desktop 386 several years ago with these big 5,25" diskettes. I am also interested to social media, I am administrator of local football club' site.

    Is it true, that if I put too much information for the first time, staff do not have to fix my problem?
    I gathered information from similar threat, made logs, but still wait for answer too long - other new users dont have to wait.
    Am I supposed to post new thread in this situation with basic information instead, dont know what to do


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    Re: (Re-) Member form Poland.....

    Hi,

    Welcome to Sysnative!

    Is it true, that if I put too much information for the first time, staff do not have to fix my problem?
    I gathered information from similar threat, made logs, but still wait for answer too long - other new users dont have to wait.
    Am I supposed to post new thread in this situation with basic information instead, dont know what to do
    I assume you're talking about your thread here: Windows 7 x64 - CheckSur.log 0x80070002 - Major WU update issue after system restore.

    Detailed information is a good thing :) We have a large amount of threads and few helpers, but I am sure a Windows Update analyst will be with you shortly. Apologies for the delay.

    -Stephen
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    Re: (Re-) Member form Poland.....

    Hi whiteindian,

    to Sysnative.

    Is it true, that if I put too much information for the first time, staff do not have to fix my problem?
    It's usually the opposite, many would be more than happy to help if you have put a huge effort in fixing a problem

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    Re: (Re-) Member form Poland.....

    Welcome to Sysnative.

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    Re: (Re-) Member form Poland.....

    Welcome :) I have responded to your thread. Sorry about the delay!

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    Re: (Re-) Member form Poland.....

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