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Read the FAQ before you make any threads, and in case you don't want to: read the guidelines to posting a thread, BEFORE you post the thread.


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It has come to our attention that people just aren't listening and simply posting topics which a) could've easily been solved or b) lack any information and sound like laziness on their behalf. If you follow these procedures, then it'll help not only us, but you, as those trying to help you will know EXACTLY what you are asking.

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