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As this is a forum and another member is free to add their own issue if it is pertinent to the OP's issue (as in, I have the same problem, followed the steps and it's still not fixed) how do we define "resolved"? If you post a problem, solve it for you and close the thread, I would have to open my own thread with an identical start point and would have to suffer "why not search as this was answered yesterday" responses.
A really useful thing would be for those who open a thread on an issue to edit their original posts and change the title to:
<original title> [SOLVED]
That would make it easy for others searching the forum to identify useful threads.