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My computer broke a while ago and I got a new one. I've been using Windows Live Mesh to sync files on the old one. Now that I have a new computer it just added a new device to my list of devices in Windows Live.

I don't need the broken computer to appear there anymore, but I can't figure out how to remove it.
Any ideas?

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You can remove devices going to Live Devices and selecting the "administrate" option under each device

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It now seems to be called "Manage", and the "Stop using this service" link within that page only seems to work with IE - in Firefox clicking the Stop link does nothing.

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  1. Go to Control panel.
  2. Click Hardware & Sound.
  3. Click Device Manager (under devices and printers).
  4. Expand "Imaging devices".
  5. Right click printer you want to remove.
  6. Click "Uninstall".

Job done.

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-1 The OP doesn't want to remove a printer – nixda May 8 '14 at 17:56

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