22 votes

Should I delete a question where the answer turned out to be a hardware problem?

The second option is more useful. Sometimes "Replace the hardware" is the correct answer. To make it even more helpful, add information that lead you to test this angle.
Sven's user avatar
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16 votes

What posts get deleted, and why?

27,911 posts were deleted on Server Fault during the past 365 days (query run on Feb. 16th, 2016). That breaks down as follows: Post Type Deleted by... Posts ...
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9 votes

Question modified into new question after being answered

I think you were right to think that he should have posted a new question. Indeed, if he had not deleted it, I would have rolled back his edit and advised him to post his new problem separately. I ...
Michael Hampton's user avatar
8 votes

Duplicate of deleted question

This is a consequence of the OP doing it wrong in asking a bad question, creating a new question instead of editing the port information into the original, then deleting the first instance after the ...
HopelessN00b's user avatar
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3 votes

How to remove my question?

As long as no answer has been posted to your question, you should be able to just delete it, without any comment or explanation. Once an answer has been posted, you can no longer delete it. Moderators ...
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2 votes

How can I access my own deleted questions?

If you still have the links to the deleted questions, you can always access them. You just have to preserve the links. You can still get the links of recently deleted questions (< 60 days) from ...
stackprotector's user avatar
1 vote

Requesting undeletion of old roomba'd question that I'd like to answer and make visible

I have no problem to revive it as it seem on-topic. Thanks for taking the time to add an answer to the question.
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