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Old November 10, 2007, 02:04 PM
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Don't disable them one at a time. Disable roughly half initially. If you still have the issue then you know it must be in the half you left and if you don't have issues you know it is the other half. Either way, you have just eliminated half in one go and that saves time.
Anyway, just keep disabling half of the problematic groups as you go along and pretty quickly you can narrow it down to the one that is causing problems even if you have hundreds.

I suppose another thing to watch out for is two conflicting with each other but it is not hard to handle that if you divide them all into groups and testing different combinations. After finding what two groups conflict one can use the elimination method mentioned above.
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