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Spinman

Network Drives showing in Explorer-Other

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Have 6 computers networked at home - on one of them, I am showing the drives from another computer in the other section of explorer.

Strange that just this 1 computer is showing and only on this box - all other combinations are what I would expect...

How can I remove?

[image attached for problem clarity]

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What modifications have you made to the shell? Those aren't the typical XP shell views, so if this is XP, does this machine have any modifications to the shell that the others would not?

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What modifications have you made to the shell? Those aren't the typical XP shell views, so if this is XP, does this machine have any modifications to the shell that the others would not?

No modifications that I'm aware of (other than installing Hard Disk Sentenial - that changes the drive icons to a 'vista' scheme)

Just rebuilt one of the other machines last night with a fresh OS reinstall. Following the inital boot - I had the same problem on that machine as well - showing all the drives (disk, optical, flash) from the same desktop in the other section.

Have never experienced this before...

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