The asker (at the time of this writing) hasn't even been on SO for a few months. There was clearly a desire to have a dialog from potential answerers to help (there are troubleshooting suggestions in the comments). However, since the question is for this asker's particular situation, their lack of response leaves this question unanswered. It can never really be "answered" or have a solution "confirmed", except to give a hugely generic diatribe and hope enough of it makes sense that someone else votes it up.
- Is this a problem, or am I just paranoid about the questions sitting on the "Unanswered" tab?
- Is giving a generic answer for the sake of giving some sense of closure sufficient?
- Could there be (is there) a mechanism by which we "remind" the user that they still have this question which needs their attention?