For what it is worth, I saw it and decided that the "my name is the same as the blog" didn't count as enough disclosure. On top of that our spam rules also prefer that posts pointing to your own blog should not be your only contribution to the site.
Post good, relevant answers, and if some (but not all) happen to be about your product or website, that’s okay.
If it were a long answer that had some reason to clarify side details that were not necessary to "complete" the answer then a blog post might be relevant. But in this case all the detail should have been held on our site which, sadly, it was not.
Upon reading (and rereading) the answer 90% of it was fluffy blog post preamble, talking to other users and the remainder was incomplete. In particular the answer stated "Download and Install the Program" without stating what program, indicating that it was copy-pasted from their site (oddly if they had don't that then it would have stood on its own) and a visit would be required in order to either fix the answer or find out what program. The answer did not appear to be a genuine attempt to fit in with the site or help OP, but instead was a vehicle to promote their blog.
Hi @JOURNEYMAN & @Scott
How to make an ISO file out of a folder containing Windows setup
And the answer to this question is pretty simple and easy if you
follow these simple steps. Here I will show you how you can easily
convert the windows extracted files to an iso image file. This post
also helped me a lot in creating the my iso file from windows copied
files... I have used this method to create different ISO files like
And hope this post will definitely help you...
Just follow these simple steps
- Download and Install the Program.
- Select Windows Installation Files.
- Make bootable ISO.
- Configure the ISO file.
- Done! For detailed post Visit the given [link]. (link removed)
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