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Deleting A Finder Sidebar "CD" Folder


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Peter Natscher

 
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Hi Mac Forum,

After burning a CD, it associated Folder is remaining in my Finder's Sidebar. It's entitled: "Untitled CD" with the yellow and black burn symbol following it. What can I do to get rid of it?
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