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how to clear this kind of cache??

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Hi.. I am using Windows 2000 pro. I used windows explorer to map to some network drives and disconnect it after it. But when you go to windows explorer-->Tool->Mapping network drive-->click on the folder drop down menu. I can still see the network drive that I have ever map. How to clear this kind of cache?



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Go to the register (start-run-type regedit) and go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software/Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\map network drive MRU.
Select the drive you want to remove in the list and click delete.
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Thanxx,

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