What I mean is the following situation.
- Player encounters an error/inconsistency/configuration-issue with a game that has stumped the player.
- Player makes a question asking how to fix this problem with this game, under the assumption that this is a common error/inconsistency/configuration-issue for that game.
- Player realizes a few weeks later that the error/inconsistency/configuration-issue had nothing to do with the game but was the result of incomplete hardware installation, forgetting to hit the "Power" switch, or other minor and outside source.
So at this point, the question seems rather invalidated. The question as originally proposed was game-related. But as the solution is irrelevant to the game and more importantly is probably isolated to the player, it doesn't serve a strong purpose to the community.
Are we fine with these being deleted post-revelation? I think it's a good idea, but I wanted to ask around to see if people are fine with this. Otherwise, if there's another solution you think is fine for this scenario, I'd like to hear it as well.