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Windows 7: Connecting a flash drive causes a D Drive to appear under My Computer


10 Oct 2012   #1

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Connecting a flash drive causes a D Drive to appear under My Computer

I have a question for you guys.
Every once in a while when I connect a USB Flash Drive to my computer, along with the Flashdrive popping up under My Computer. I sometimes randomly get a D Drive ESP pop up. I cannot access this drive, however my computer seems to start loading a few things up causing some minor slow down for a few seconds.

I am not to worried. However I would like to know if this is a common issue or if maybe I should stay away from the specific USB slot I use.

I'm not to worried, however I've come to you guys to see if you can explain what is possibly going on.

Any information would be helpful. Thanks

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