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I have network drives that can't be connected to on my windows 7 machine. When I try to disconnect, it says it can't because they aren't found.

How can I remove them from my menu?

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You can remove it in the Registry under HKCU\Network. There will be a subkey for each drive letter.

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reg delete /f HKCU\Network – grawity Sep 25 '12 at 14:58
I've marked this as correct because it is normally the way to resolve this problem. It didn't fix it for me, and after a couple different troubleshooting methods I've given up. I think the problem for me stemmed from the team that converted my PC from XP to Win7 using "Windows EZ Transfer tools" Something that didn't work as it should. IMO, never use tools that have the words "easy" They lie. And OS jumping from XP to 7 should be done with manual care. Not some all-in-one automatic program. – Frantumn Sep 27 '12 at 16:52

Try the following:

net use * /d /y
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says there are no entries in the list – Frantumn Sep 25 '12 at 14:48
Try running subst and see if it's mapped that way. – Kasius Sep 25 '12 at 18:55

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