OK, frankly your question here is coming off as a whine mixed with a rant (and clearly I'm not the only one who thinks so). There are a few things you need to understand right off the bat before we press on:
- Server Fault is NOT Free Consulting (in fact, no Stack Exchange site is).
Posting a question does not guarantee an answer.
Getting an answer doesn't guarantee that it's not utter rubbish.
- Corollary #1: Most of us are doing this in our spare time (either between tasks at our Real Jobs, or $deity help us, after hours)
- Corollary #2: If you're really desperate for a solution on a time-critical problem Stack Exchange may not be the best choice.
- Complaining about a free service gets you zero sympathy points
(At least zero from me. Some folks probably award negative points for this.)
- The Quality Ban is automatic
<-- Go read that. I'll wait.
- The idea of forcing comments with downvotes has been discussed to death.
The answer was, is, and likely always shall be "NO, it's a terribad idea!".
Your network profile indicates that you've been on Stack Overflow for three years -- None of the above should be news to you.
Now that that's out of the way I'll address the answerable parts of your question.
Once you've edited your question, how can you get interest in it again?
As others pointed out, when you edit a question it gets bumped to the top of the front page.
(You've had a Stack Overflow account for three years -- It's worked this way that whole time.).
If your question is put on hold and you edit the question to fix whatever problems caused that it is automatically added to a queue of questions to be reviewed for reopening.
If your edits don't address the problem expect your question to remain on hold. Frankly we get a lot of lousy questions - more than 50% of our daily volume - so don't expect too much hand-holding in that regard.
(I'll let you slide on this one - the new
/review system and reopen queue are relatively new features.)
How can you get more attention for your question
You have sufficient reputation to set a bounty on your question, which is the standard way of putting up a sign saying "Please pay attention to my question - It's important to me".
A bounty doesn't guarantee an answer faster (or at all), it just calls more attention to your question. You're still relying on someone with the knowledge, skills, and time to read your question and post an answer. That may happen in a few minutes, a few weeks, or never.