I am seeing a small issue with "me too"s on a few questions, especially common hardware that often has driver issues, like this question. Should this be flagged, commented, or something else?

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If the OP goes back and actually adds their hardware info you can help by editing the question to be hardware specific, that way they don't attract generic posts. –  Jorge Castro Apr 30 '12 at 21:07

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These should be flagged as not real answers and deleted.

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