How to Remove Invisible LAN for DOS
Follow these instructions if you want to remove Invisible LAN for DOS from your computer.
Step 1 -- Edit the CONFIG.SYS File
Open your CONFIG.SYS file in a text editor, and remove any lines that are similar to the following:
DEVICE = C:\NET30\CACHE30.SYS
DEVICE = C:\NET30\N30DEV.SYS
Step 2 -- Edit the AUTOEXEC.BAT File
Open your AUTOEXEC.BAT file in a text editor. Remove any line that invokes the NET30 command (which starts Invisible LAN), or the MAP command (which establishes drive or printer mappings).
If you have any other network-specific commands in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file, remove them as well.
If you have a PATH statement that lists the C:\NET30 directory, edit the PATH statement to remove C:\NET30 from the search path.
Step 3 -- Reboot the System
Reboot your computer. Make sure that Invisible LAN does not start up when you boot your computer.
If Invisible LAN starts up, it means that you have a NET30 command in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file, or in some other batch file that is invoked by your AUTOEXEC.BAT file. You need to find and remove the NET30 command.
Step 4 -- Delete the Invisible LAN Files and Directories
Go to a DOS prompt, change to your C:\NET30 directory, and run the following command:
ATTRIB -R BINDERY.DAT
Next, delete the entire NET30 directory. If you're running DOS 6.0 or later, you can do this by changing to the root directory of drive C: and typing the following command:
If you're running a DOS version earlier than 6.0, you'll have to manually delete all the files and subdirectories of your NET30 directory.
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