I ran some software in a stand-alone situation which mimiced network based identical programs. This loaded several virtual drives. I don't need the stuff anymore and have uninstalled all the programs. However, somewhere in my start-up set-up is the establishing of these virtual drives. They start at G: and I have D: and E: for DVD-ROM and CD-RW. I use a card reader which wants to be F:, G: and H:, so I would like to permanently get rid of them.
Currently I have to remove them each time I boot if I want to use the card reader...either using the freebee "vdc" or SUBST from the command prompt.