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I have a couple of questions that I have asked previously but none of the answers given were the answers that I was looking for (so I have not marked any of them as the correct answer).

How do I close these questions so that I stop being prompted to mark and answer as correct and/or offer a bounty?

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this belongs on – seth Jul 29 '09 at 18:45
You do not have enough reputation to close questions. Furthermore, closing a question requires 5 people's approval who can close. This should probably be asked on – AlbertoPL Jul 29 '09 at 18:45

Ideally the questions should stay until a suitable answer is supplied. Alternatively change them to CW questions.

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What good would changing them to CW do? This makes it even less likely that they receive answers any time soon. – innaM Jul 29 '09 at 19:36
Simple to say, but many times there's just no answer coming...or there are "answers", but they're incorrect or misleading. – beska Jul 29 '09 at 21:11

The questions about Entity Framework you are referring to received high upvotes, which means they were of interest to the community. Only a person with high rep can vote to delete them (I believe five votes from different users are required), and they are unlikely to do so, given the community interest.

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