This question, How to compile the bootloader mega 2560 to 57600 speed?, by a new user, has four close votes, but no comments.
Yes, it is a terrible question, as it stands, and yes, if it was from a seasoned user, then it could/should be voted to close without comment, as they should know better.
However, as this is a new user, who probably doesn't understand how SE works, a little prompt in a comment, won't hurt. Yes, they should have read the "tour", but when you are looking for an answer, and you are new to SE, then having to wade through the tour, is the last thing on your mind.
I've left a comment, and if no update appears after a few days then yes, it should be closed, as the user has probably disappeared, found their own solution, or no longer cares.
The point I'm trying to make is that, if you are reviewing, and see a bad question, check to see how long the user has been on the site and bearing in mind that we were all "dumb" new users once, just give them a nod in the right direction...