I have a problem with the "Connection Failed" error when I startup my Mac Mini (OS X Snow Leopard). I need to click the OK button probably 20-30 times before it goes away. It also shows up when I run some apps (which don't make sense to me since the apps shouldn't have to connect to any network drives). I was using Drive Mounter (from the App Store) which I understood was supposed to get rid of that problem (it says so in the description) but it made no difference. I cleared all the saved servers in the "Connect to Server" dialogue and also cleared the history and quit the Drive Mounter. There is still a computer that shows up in my Network but it never has allowed me to disconnect from it (it has a name instead of an ip address and there is no 'eject' button) I don't know if that is the problem though as it is not the ip address for the error that used to come up, I mean I get an error message for servers with other ip addresses also. I have logged off and on again since I cleared the Server history and quit Drive Mounter. Is there some command line I can use to force all servers to disconnect so I can clear that? I am new to mac so please explain in newbie terms what needs to be done? When I upgrade to OS Lion will that automatically clear settings? I guess I could live like this for another week or so till that happens but if that wouldn't fix it anyway, I won't be able to live with this for much longer. Will I have to reinstall OS X and if so, does that set the computer back to its original state which would delete all my files and apps?