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So basically, yesterday I was burning my homemade song to a disc. After I Finished burning it, I pushed eject, the disc came out. I looked in finder, and it said It was still there.
But now, a folder with a nuke sign on it. (Shown in the picture below)





What can I do?!?!?!?

PS: Namnlös CD means Nameless CD in Swedish
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Looks like you created an image on your HDD.

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Happened once for me, rebooted and everything was better.

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I'm assuming that you used a burn folder to do this. Did you happen to drag it to the sidebar?

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Looks like you created an image on your HDD.
Yeah, but how do I delete it?
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I'm assuming that you used a burn folder to do this. Did you happen to drag it to the sidebar?

No, It just appeared there after I was finished burning
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(THIS IS A REPOST) So basically, a couple of days ago, I was burning my homemade song to a disc. After I Finished burning it, I pushed eject, the disc came out. I looked in finder, and it said It was still there.
But now, a folder with a nuke sign on it. (Shown in the picture below)





What can I do?!?!?!?

PS: Namnlös CD means Unnamed CD in Swedish
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Drag it off the sidebar onto the desktop - poof!

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Please do not double post the same question. Always post back to the original thread if you wish to bring it up to the top again. I've merged your posts together.
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