Windows unmount drive

Today I had a nonexistent drive in windows 10 labeled as Q:

Windows would not show an option to unmount it via explorer or disk management so to CMD prompt it is.

Open command prompt and type in “mountvol Q: /D” where Q would be the drive letter of the nonexistent drive.

Now refresh explorer and voila its gone.

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