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Hi, thank you for all your help. I tried all you suggested. In the end I had to right click on Start and select Explore. Now how do I rate your solution?
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Well, if you get back to the original post, you should find four rating options at the bottom of my post. Simply select "Fixya". (I am not sure if this is the same with premium problems, as I cannot see the customers view on their monitor) If you do not see a fixya button, then there should be something else similar, like solved or fixed or something.
Here is a link to the post:
http://www.fixya.com/support/t555981-connect_fujifilm_s3500

If you can post a screen shot I could probably help.
Alternatively, you can try to send an email to the Fixya admin at experts@fiya.com, and they should be able to help :)

Just posted a comment on that post, maybe you will be able to see a rating button now..

Posted on May 12, 2008

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    I believe you should see an "Accept" button. Please click on that to rate the solution..

    Thanks in advance.

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