|re: Identical even to the point of the extra period and spaces before the word "How". The only difference is this one is SP3.|
...and the final comma is missing.
Another commonality is the posts were made on the first day that the members joined our fine forum.
That said, we are now in that grey area where it's hard to tell if this is spam or not. Response #3 offers a manual suggestion as well as a link to a site where "repair software" can be purchased. However, the member who posted that just joined our forum today. When I see that pattern (i.e. a first day member asks a question and the next day a different first day member offers a pay-for solution) I get very suspicious.
The grey area exists in that the pay-for software may indeed be the only solution to the OP's issue, so who are we to delete the suggestion out of fear that it is spam? That is often where I struggle with clicking the "delete whole thread" button.
That said, this one is even stranger since the posts seem to be a copy-paste, yet the other thread does not include the link to the pay-for software. On the other hand, the site that is linked to is so crappy that anyone who actually buys software from them is crazy. ;-)
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