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When I first got my Macbook, I somehow created the following:



When I click on it, it says "The Volume for "sideways-sepia.jpg" cannot be found."

How can I remove this volume?

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If you are talking about removing that jpg from the list, simply click and drag it out of the sidebar.

It is giving you that error because the file is not on one of the drives plugged into your Mac (whether this be external HD, flash drive...).

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Awesome! Thank you so much! Dragging it worked!
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