I note that you have posted questions in several threads but in many of those threads you do not give a clear indication of whether or not you found a solution to the problem. Not all threads result in a solution but you should strive to peruse your posts to a logical conclusion if at all possible. Also posting questions before others are resolved can sometimes result in threads left hanging without proper follow up.
Experienced forum users specifically look for solutions first in threads whose title contains [SOLVED] This is one way in which you can pay back other forum users for their help. The other way is to document the steps that resulted in a successful outcome.
- Review all threads in which you are the OP (original poster).
- Note which threads resulted in a successful solution to your problem.
- If you have not already done so then make a new post (in same thread) in which you clearly document both the problem and the solution.
- Now return to the first post in your thread, edit it and add [SOLVED] to the subject line.
As an aside I often say: "The speed with which you can expect to get a resolution to your problem is directly proportional to the effort you take in making your needs understood."