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Can't get rid of a Drive

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Hello all. A while back I was messing around with different RAM disk programs. One of them, and I forget which one, made a new drive for storing the cache and all of that. It's under "my Computer" of course and is labeled as "Secure-DRAM (Z:)". I can't figure out how to remove it. -.-

Any ideas? I removed the program long ago. I have tried to remove it but I can't. Keep in mind it's not a physical drive but instead is a small bit of my RAM. If I go under Disk Management it isn't listed in there, obviously. Thanks!

EDIT: Fixed the problem. Went into device manager and it was listed as "SecureDisk". simply uninstalled that driver and boom! Did a restart and that annoying drive is gone. Leaving me with 50mb more of a ram haha.
 
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The only easy way would be reinstalling that program and deleting the virtual drive with it.
 
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Now I just have to try to remember the program. -.-
 

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Hello all. A while back I was messing around with different RAM disk programs. One of them, and I forget which one, made a new drive for storing the cache and all of that. It's under "my Computer" of course and is labeled as "Secure-DRAM (Z:)". I can't figure out how to remove it. -.-

Any ideas? I removed the program long ago. I have tried to remove it but I can't. Keep in mind it's not a physical drive but instead is a small bit of my RAM. If I go under Disk Management it isn't listed in there, obviously. Thanks!

EDIT: Fixed the problem. Went into device manager and it was listed as "SecureDisk". simply uninstalled that driver and boom! Did a restart and that annoying drive is gone. Leaving me with 50mb more of a ram haha.
Program name is "Bond Disc"
 
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Thanks for bumping this after a year and a half...