My PC reflecting wrong drive

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    There is a USB disk reflecting on my computer without connecting one. USB (E) Size of 0Kb , how to get rid of it?
     
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    I assume you are seeing this in File Explorer??

    Can you right click it and choose either "Eject" OR "Unmount"??
     
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    Thanks for the reply...NO I'M not getting any such option to eject or unmount ..there is option for eject but it is not available means I cannot click on it.
     
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    Right click the start button and choose "Device Manager"
    From the "View" menu select "Show hidden devices"
    Scroll as needed to expose and then expand "Portable Devices"
    See if it is listed there and IF so try right clicking and uninstalling
     
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    This might be a card reader. Do you have one on your computer? If not, do you have one on your connected printer??
     
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