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If you use the Map Network Drive in Windows XP, you probably have a lot of network paths displaying in the Most Recently Used list. If so, you may at some point in time want to clear that list — especially if it contains UNC paths that you no longer use.


You need to follow this procedure as follows

Solution 1 

Using Registry

Go to start–>Run–>type regedit click ok

Navigate the following key from left pane

HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Explorer \ Map Network Drive MRU.

One-by-one, delete each string value associated with a drive mapping by selecting it and pressing the Delete key.

Double-click on the entry titled MRUList to open the Edit String dialog box.

Delete the text in the Value Data text box and click OK.Close the Registry Editor and restart Windows.

Solution 2 

Using Freeware Tools 

You can use ad-aware,CCleaner,Javacool MRU-Blaster and Spybot Search & Destroy to get rid of MRUs

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  One Response to “How to Clear Map Network Drive’s Most Recently Used(MRU) list in XP”

  1. Thank you very much. It is working………….

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