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I've suddenly noticed a what I call a phantom drive on the PC. I just noticed it a few days ago when I moving some stuff around.

It doesn't show up in Disk Management, there is no USB drives plugged in, and as you can see the properties show it as a RAW drive.

Anyone got some idea how I can get rid of it and free up the "G" allocation.

 

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I wonder if you have some sort of Image Backup software like Macrium Reflect, which enables you to mount that Backup Image as a drive, to enable it to be explored and copied from/to like a normal drive.

 

I've just mounted my Image Backup as Drive L, and it comes up the same as yours ... "Local Disk", although it doesn't show up as "Raw".

 

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The possibility is that it was mounted, but wasn't later "detached" when finished with.

 

A long shot, but worth a mention.

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What about a printer or something else with a memory card reader, sometimes they stay mounted without any memory cards inserted.

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I thought you'd hit the nail on the head there, but nope, I even mounted a camera to find out what would happen, but another drive letter is allocated.

Looks like I'm going to be stuck with it, to be honest it's not a major problem, it's just one of those annoying things. :rolleyes:

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