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Join Date: Nov 2005
re: How to delete/disconnect a network drive.
I think that this will work on Windows XP and there is a same procedure that will work in Vista as well. You will need to have a "Shared Folder" on your hard drive. If you dont have it then try to create a new folder on your hard drive called Shared and then right click on it and choose Properties. After that click the sharing tab and then tick the "Share this folder" box. Now you have to click "my computer" and then go into the Tools Menu and then click Map Network Drive. After that check the down-arrow next to the drive letter shown, just click on the arrow to get a list of letters. Now, choose the one you want to delete and then browse for the Shared Folder and select it. After that you will assign the drive letter to a real folder. Now, ensure that reconnect at login box is un-ticked.Now you have to click the Finish button to get a warning. Answer YES and the Shared folder will open. Close it. Next, right-click the drive in My Computer and select disconnect. Restart the pc and you are good to go on.