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  1. #1
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    Question Looking for vBulletin tech forums

    I'm looking for a vB tech forum that you don't have to provide the license number. So both vbulletin.com and vbulletin.org are out.
    I would like somewhere active & knowledgeable or course, and don't care to go to some warez site either unless that's all I can get. The site is 100% legit. I need some help diagnosing a few problems on the site.

    Any suggestions at all would be appreciated

    Thanks

    Mods, please move this if it's in the wrong section

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    I don't understand why you cannot use the actual v bulletin company unless you are running an illegal version?

    Assuming you are running a legitimate forum, there are a large amount of members here that could assist you.

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    Maybe that is better have a look at free forum software instead like SMF or phpBB?
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    Quote Originally Posted by techjr View Post
    I don't understand why you cannot use the actual v bulletin company unless you are running an illegal version?

    Assuming you are running a legitimate forum, there are a large amount of members here that could assist you.
    To be able to post on the above sites I mentioned you have to provide a license number & log in info that I don't have. I've already tried that. The site is not nulled and 100% legal but as admin I don't have access to this info.

    As for help here, I have not seen a specific place to post a tech question like say "The something something on the forum is not doing this even though we've done a, b and c"
    What section would I be able to ask such a question?

    And WebhostGIANT-Rob, we're already running vB software

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    Ask the admin to add you as an authorized user.
    Don't look for a way out.

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    Of course I've asked that already and I am an admin there & she won't do it.

    So back to my original question.
    I am looking for a vB tech forum that you don't have to provide the license number?

    Anyone?

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    If you can prove that you indeed have a license, shoot an email or open a thread at the designvb address in my signature.

    I'll see of I can help you out.

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    I think that you should try to do a search via Google and find as much as possible places to discuss this. good luck!

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    I don't think you'll find many, if any useful resources.

    I am however, open to discussion on this, and any problems you have.
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