|06 Jan 2010||#1|
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How can I remove a port I created?
I tried installing a printer on the network using the method of creating a port and naming it with the name of the computer and printer I wanted to connect to. I then had a problem because the system was unable to find any drivers and did not list my printer in those offered.
I have now installed the printer directly onto the laptop so the drivers are in place. I still want to install the printer via the network. However, when I try to do this via the install a port method it says I cannot do that as the port already exists. I don't know where to find the ports.
I thought if I could remove the port it would help to start again, though if you have another suggestion of how to access the port and use it as it is perhaps that would be the answer?
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