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Hi there,

I've just noticed that there's a shared PC in my finder that I know nothing about.








Does anyone know why this is here & how to get rid of it?

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Well, if you click on that icon and nothing happens then it's a dead link so I'd press/hold Command and click & drag it from the Finder Sidebar and it'll go up in a small puff of smoke.
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Hey there.

You're right nothing happens and it's a dead link but I cannot click and drag it anywhere. It's stuck.
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I think this happened to me one time...
did you try restarting or relaunching finder


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LOL at the BSOD icon.
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LOL at the BSOD icon.
lol...right
I took a double take the first time I saw this icon...
pretty funny apple is making fun of microsoft like that


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