I have a question about my Super User post: Old HDDs aren't being detected — even in the BIOS — on my computer
I asked the above question about HDD, but my question was closed as, 'Needs details or clarity'. Considering that, I edited my question to make it more clear. In other words, 'Written more clearly, the problem I would like to solve.'
After that I received a comment, and having replied to it, I again edited my question. Then, that user still asked me to edit my question, [even when I had edited it earlier already]. Anyway, even then I edited my question [even after it was clear enough]. In other words, 'Tried to make my question even more clear'.
Then I received a comment from another user, and considering the suggestion, I again 'grand'-edited my question, even though I didn't received a reply to my comment from that user. After that, I still made little edits. In other words, '...: made some little changes,... earlier...: added much info to make the question even more clear.'
After making the question clearest, finally, when I observed, it is still not re-opened, I asked in the comments so that anyone might reply, [but, after not receiving any replies], I asked one of the folks who closed it, for, what needs to be done now, but I didn't received a reply even then also. And I would like to stress that I have already read about writing questions, and after my final edit, I can't see any more room for further clarity in the question.
And in the 1 'answer' to my question [which wasn't of much help], I informed/asked the folks who closed my question, that, I have edited my question, so that it might be re-opened, but I got no response.
And, what is bad towards me is, when I have edited my question several times, even when I am stuck with my not-working HDDs with the data 'caged' in them because they aren't working, and so I wanted quick help so that I could take any further action, and then if I receive no replies to my queries about why my question is still closed, `n the question also doesn't get re-opened, then it is like being bossy on one, whose question wasn't considered clear by the folks, even though I have replied to folks about what they asked.