This is not a solution of your issues with downvotes. Just my thoughts on the issue.
You are asking a lot of questions, so due to that, you would expect to get numerically more downvotes and closures overall than anyone just asking the occasional question.
That is, if your questions were average, but they are not.
Your questions are sometimes very similar to each other, with only minor details varying (such as with your most recent server-related questions), and they often try to pin down details that most users would deem uninteresting or unimportant, and sometimes these details are bordering to philosophical ponderings. Also, you tend to ask questions around details until (I assume) you feel you understand the whole context (this also applies to your server-related questions of the last 24 hours or so).
In principle, I have no issues with this, but I'm assuming that some users have. It doesn't help that this is what we, at the same time, suggest to many users. "If you have additional questions about whatever it is, ask a new question".
Ideally, people would not downvote questions that they don't understand the technical details of or read properly, and ideally they don't look at who's asking when deciding to downvote or vote for closures. But then again, people are people, and each user approach this differently.