At the risk of derailing this thread, have you stepped back to look at your attitude here? I've been having a look through your various posts and kinda spotted a theme developing. This is a volunteer forum, we help each other because we can, we don't take kindly to impatient demands for responses. Posts like:viewtopic.php?f=141&t=69944&p=404968#p404968viewtopic.php?f=141&t=70279&p=406589#p406589
Or the one above, you start a thread, then an hour later come back to add an angry WELL? demand to bump the thread. I noticed you used the "well?" in another impatient post too.viewtopic.php?f=141&t=69944&p=404509#p404509
Forums are not instant help, they're a 24/7 resource that people contribute to. If you want instant support as soon as you click your fingers, there are companies who sell that. Community support is about VOLUNTEERS. When people are volunteering their time and skills to help people, they don't like being prodded for an answer. The people who can help may all be sleeping or working right now, they may not read your post for a few days, or get a chance to reply. Or they may just decide NOT to lift a finger because of your attitude.
You don't seem to be having much luck with the Debian base, it might be better with your hardware to switch to the Ubuntu base, there are plenty of applications which only come in Ubuntu deb versions, or Ubuntu repos, not to mention more stuff working out of the box.
The main point of this is to point out something you seem not to understand, community support is about patience. Keep in mind you need OUR help, not the other way around. If you go back to Windows or to another distro, it makes no difference to us, other than one less demanding person thinking we're 24/7 paid support to shout at when things need fixing.
We do have a live support channel on IRC, but again the same thing applies, patience. Try the same things on IRC and you'll get just the same reaction.
Oh, and ALL CAPS is interpreted as SHOUTING.
It also helps if you use a descriptive title too instead of something meaningless and generic.