sql server 2000 replication

I have a SQL Server 2000 Database that I cannot delete because it is being used for Replication (I believe it is a subscriber)
but I do not know which instance the Publisher is.  

Is there a way to remove the subscription (on the subscriber side) so I can drop this Database ?     This is all Dev so I'm not worried about breaking anything..
itsonlyme4Asked:
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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
I don't have any SQL Server 2000 instance to guide you, but there isn't a Replication folder? If so, you should find the subscriber there and delete it.
I think in the Enterprise Manager menu you'll also find a option to remove the subscription.

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DcpKingCommented:
I wouldn't swear to it but I believe you should be able to use SSMS from SQL Server 2005 to see what's going on. Maybe 2008 too

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