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Not sure if these are posted anywhere else, but these are pretty good:

http://www.engon.de/audio/vhs4_en.htm
http://www.doom9.org/index.html?/cap...artefacts.html
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these are pretty good:
Not really. Those are old, old methods. Like 10-15 year outdated.

I'm trying to update everything we have here, but I can't write new guides, update old ones, AND answer forum posts fast enough! My restoration guides just take time.

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Not really. Those are old, old methods. Like 10-15 year outdated.

I'm trying to update everything we have here, but I can't write new guides, update old ones, AND answer forum posts fast enough! My restoration guides just take time.
Outdated? Yes. The best starting point availible on the net at the moment? Unfortunately. The inclusion of photos with common issues helped a noobie like me learn about errors, and rather than follow the guide on how to solve them, I looked for more updated modern methods.

The guide I bet you are planning to write is probably long and comprehensive, but I am also willing to bet a lot of what you would put in there has already been covered in the forum. I'm sure you could copy and paste posts into it and fill in the gaps as necessary.

Books are written in chapters for a reason
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Yes, I do take notes of past posts.

Usually.

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