If something does not work, it will not, no matter what you do, no matter how hard you try, until the key to the problem is found.
A simple analogy to this understanding can be described by lock & key: if you can’t find the right key for the lock, it is going to take you extreme effort forcing the lock to open, and it may not work in the end. You can, however, destroy the lock, but by doing so you may also damage what is locked inside. Therefore, it is very important that you find the key to the lock if you are to open it, and don’t waste your time forcing the "lock" to "open"; it won’t "work".
Again, it will NOT work no matter how you change the form, the methodology, or the appearance. It will work instantly, effortlessly, and magically, if you just find the right "key". Once you find the key, it’s even harder to do it wrong… Since it proves difficult to have the right key and not open the lock.
Too bad we are not meant to find the keys easily; it usually happens by accident, and we may not even be aware of it. That, my friend, is sadly how it is.
Sadly it is.
Damn nature you unfair.