It was declined automatically by the system after 3 users reviewed it stating that it should be left open.
While there are indeed two problems listed in the question they appear, at a glance, to be very closely related and could actually have the same root cause.
The "asking too many questions" reason for closure usually means that they are asking for things that are largely unrelated or might not have a common problem. A question asking "How does the power button make a computer turn on? How does USB transfer power?" should be closed as too broad. A question saying "software X gives me error Y. I also get error W when I do Z" could be the same problem.
In this case it looks a lot like the two problems listed are part of a core problem and providing information on both could help someone to diagnose it better. Knowing both problems right away, rather than having to hunt through the users other questions, is a Good Thing (tm) in this case.
It is a bit of a judgement call as to how broad is too broad, but generally if it is asking unrelated questions then that is definitely too broad. For closely related problems a couple of listed problems may well not be "too broad".