So you are expecting somebody to download that code, install it on their own system, try it out, and debug it if and when it doesn't work? And you think $200 is too much for all of that? I usually charge $70 an hour for working on other people's software, just because of the pain and trouble you have noted. Heck, I probably wouldn't charge much more than $200 to write an ASP-based poll from scratch; it would probably be easier than trying to fix somebody else's ugly code.
At a minimum, you should give us a link to your current non-working installation. So that if there is something obviously wrong we can tell you, rather than having to go through all the above.
If it's something I can help with in, say, half an hour, I'd do it. But 3 or 4 hours of work???
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