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Disconnecting/cleaning up network drives PLEASE READ

  • Networking
Last response: in Networking
July 3, 2009 12:26:34 PM

Hey guys, I have a problem. So my dads computer is set up to be a server, it's running xp and has 6 1.5tb hard drives hanging off it, not in raid or anything special, the problem is, when me and my brother go into Network and view the shares on my dads pc, there are duplicates that lead to the wrong drives (TERA6 leads to TERA4 or w/e), is there anyway I can "clean up" the network drivers and start again? [...] tled-1.jpg
In that pic when you open AZSLAVE (I) it opens TERA5 :(  and bf2dvd (f) doesn't exist anymore, please help :D . I was thinking of disabling sharing on all of them, then enabling them again. Going into computer management and shares, then right clicking the shares gives me the option to "refresh" NOT to stop them, there has to be something I can do.

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July 10, 2009 11:39:50 AM

BUMP this is extremely annoying, we just got an e-great media hub for the lounge room, and looking for movies takes 100x longer because of this problem.
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