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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    the solution was actually quite simpel :eek: Both disks showed up in the registry in hklm\system\controlset(and controlset001 and controlset002)\control\sessionmanager\dos devices removed both entries, disks are gone! Thanks for all the suggestions anyway!
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    turned system protection off, items are deleted, but disks are still there in explorer...
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    reboot did not fix the problem...
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    and when I try to remove the systemprotection for these last two I get this: An unexpexted failure in the propertiespage has occurred The syntaxis of the filename, mapname of volumename is wrong (0x8007007b) close the propertiespage and try again when I hit cancel, the drives are gone...
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    Found it; There are 3 "C disks", one system disk (where I have installed windows) and two other with the comments: (c) "Fail" (lack?) and "enabled" I cannot remove these last two. See attachment
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    How can I see if the drives are in system protection? And they are not listed in the result of bcdedit /enum all....:mad:
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    Thanks for your suggestion. I reconnected the drives, loaded a command prompt, types diskpart and then list volumes .... see attachment for the result....
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    Good suggestion, but I use ccleaner almost every day, but at least once a week.....
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    Tried this too, the disks are no network drives... they are listed as "other" in explorer (my computer)
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    Unfortunately these driveletters do not show up in diskmanagement. So I cannot remove them either...
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    Tried this, thing is these disk are ext3 formatted to use with Linksys NSLU2. To see these disks in Win7 I had to install a driver. When I reinstalled this driver yesterday I could not assign the driveletters L and U because they are already in use...
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    Good tip, hadn't thought of this yet. But .. did it like you said, removed all the items in devicemanager that might point to the two local disks, rebooted ... they are still there....:devious:
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    I already looked in the entries but did not find the drivernames there. Will try to delete the entries, see what will happen... Update: deleted the entries, rebooted, the disks are still there....
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    Thanks but I see no L or U disk there.... (also not when opening the regkeys)
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    Is there anyone enjoy the dota

    what's dota?
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    windows 7 ultimate only 22 USD

    yeah right, like we were born yesterday
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    How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer

    [SOLVED] How to remove "local disk" in win 7 explorer Hello again, a couple of days ago I attached two portable disks to my laptop. In windows explorer they showed up as disk L: and U:. Now I cannot remove these references to these disks, so even though the disks are no longer attached...
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    How to rename a lot of folders in one go

    Hello I need a way to rename a couple of hundred folders from for instance 2009_01_01 to 20090101 Is there an easy way to do this? thanks
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    How to isolate two groups of people sharing one internet connection?

    can you get the mac adresses of the pc's? Then you can, when you set up both routers with one of the two routers as a repeater with a different lan address (fi 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.0.1), shut either pc out from either network by using the mac lists in the routers. Well, at least I would try...