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Windows 7: A device with 0 bytes appeared on my computer folder

09 Jun 2015   #1

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A device with 0 bytes appeared on my computer folder

Hello guys, something strange has happened after updating a computer which was restarted after having been unused for some months. After the first update i rebooted the pc and it showed in the 'my computer folder' a device with 0 bytes free and occupied, which cannot be accessed , what has happened ? how can i uninstall ?
Thanks , and sorry for my broken english

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10 Jun 2015   #2

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

Right click my computer and click manage. Go to disk management and see if it is listed there. If so then delete it. Otherwise go to devixe management and check for that particular device. Select it and click uninstall.
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 A device with 0 bytes appeared on my computer folder

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