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Whats this little app in the corner that keeps syncing to something?


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arpalermo

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I bought a computer recently off a company that was going out of business... anyways theres an icon in the corner of a little computer and it occasionally tells me that im not connected to the companies power edge server. Apparently this is some sort of app that would sync files between all the computers in the company. But its not in the add/remove programs list (at least i don't think it is) and it doesn't have a name or anything so im guessing its a windows service thing. I tried run/services.msc to bring up a list of a bunch of services to see which one it is and disable it... but i have no idea which one it is... am i on the right track? If so which service is it? Or how am i supposed to take it off!!?? Its really annoying...
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hiloh2o

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Sounds like a Network Drive. Im not really sure how to uninstall a network drive but im sure someone here will be able to help you.
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Right-click on it in My Computer and choose Disconnect.
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