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Old 01. Apr 2015, 10:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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There is more than one reason for this so it would help to know more detail such as what drive letters are allocated on your computer.
  • Some Microsoft Office editions create a Q drive.
  • Removable devices can leave a drive letter allocated
  • It could be a virtual CD/DVD drive
  • etc

You can check how drive letters are allocated to actual devices using the disk management utility: Control Panel | Administrative Tools | Computer Management | Disk Management. If your "phantom" drives appears in this list then it is a very different issue than if it does not.
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