I asked this question about network shares becoming inaccessible on my Windows computer. It was closed as a duplicate of this question.
I'm not convinced mine should be closed as a duplicate of the other:
- My question explains the symptoms in detail including screen shots and actual error messages. The other simply states, "I'm no longer able to access files via SMB shares."
- Mine is focused on solving the problem with the shares. The other poster isn't, saying, "I restored my system to a previous restore point and the issue appears to be resolved..."
- The other question appears more interested in what one should do when updates break your computer, and simply gives this situation as an example. Specifically the other Q asks, "...In general what should I do in these situations?" and, "Do I just need to disable automatic updates?"
For the sake of argument, supposing we feel my question is indeed a duplicate, I offer that while the other was in fact asked first, my question is of better quality and the closure should be the other way around (though for the reasons listed above I wouldn't want that because I don't think they're asking the same thing in the first place).
Should my question be closed as a duplicate?