To make a summary, the question got three answers, but what suggested in those answers didn't help resolving the reported issue.
The question cannot be close because there is a pending bounty that you offered. Once the bounty is over the question can be closed.
Basing on the comment left from arrymc, I would think the question could be closed as "too localized"; it could be also closed as "not a real question" as the description given for that closing reason says, "This question is ambiguous, vague, incomplete, overly broad, or rhetorical and cannot be reasonably answered in its current form.
Something is wrong, and is probably related to permissions, but it is hard to guess what has changed on your computer.
As you offered a bounty, you could flag the question for moderation attention (selecting, "it needs ♦ moderator attention," and then "other"), and explain that the question is not anymore relevant for you, it's probably of none interest for other users too, and that you would like to have back the reputation you put for the bounty.
Moderators can return the reputation offered for a bounty; if you explain exactly your situation, and moderators agree with you, they can given you back your reputation, and close the question.
If this fails, then you can always vote to close your question, once the bounty is over.
Between the two, the first is probably better, as nobody would get the bounty for an answer that really didn't resolve the issue reported in the question. (At least, that is what I get from the comments you left for each answer.)