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Sander Sassen May 20, 2004, 09:17am EDT Report Abuse
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I created a faq forum, but I still stick to the original intention of how this should be set up. I'm fine with people writing faqs, I actually welcome that and applaud them for the effort, we will however not allow random posts or faqs we think are not suitable to be included in the faq forum. For more questions please post in sticky faq forum questions thread in the faq forum, so we keep things in one place.

Posts that are not following the above guidelines will be deleted without discussion. Other topics, questions, nonsense posts or anything not belonging in this forum, for example 'I can't install XP on my machine help!' will suffer the same fate. This policy will be enforced strongly to keep this forum clean and a place for people to come for advice.

Kind regards,

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Michael A. Sep 08, 2004, 12:26pm EDT Report Abuse
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>> Re: How to use the FAQ forum.
May I also suggest that all new users to Hardware Analysis take some time to read through the FAQs. You may not have a direct question but the FAQs may contain a new snippet of information that could help you out in the future or just be some good stuff to know.

Please keep in mind that off-topic posts will be immediately deleted without notice. If you wish to write a FAQ please feel free to do so. Our moderating team will be sure to take a look at it and lock it down for permanent placement if we find it to be acceptable.

Regards,

Michael A.
Website: http://itnode.net

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