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Last night I burned some data to a blank CD, then ejected the CD. The problem is now, in Finder, in the lefthand column, the name of the CD is still there, as if the CD is still in the drive. Nothing I try will get rid of it. Any advice please? Thanks!
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Tried rebooting, but the ghost is still there. This must be an infestation! Any demonologists here?
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Restarting would have done this but try relaunching Finder. Push Option-Command-Esc, select Finder and click Relaunch.

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