Windows 10: Strange "devices"
In File Explorer I have a folder under "This PC" called uuid:581bc1ab-98fb-4bd6-98f0-5fbf01835c72 . What is this? If I try to delete it, the option under Right click shows no delete option. Somewhere, I was told (by my PC) that this folder is a device.
Inside this folder are large numbers of files, stripped of their extension, including some large video files.
Can anyone help?
Win10 build 10586 64 bit
I swear I had a import photos and videos option for devices on Windows 10 but now it seems I don't.
This is what I get for options.
I don't even have the options in my autoplay settings and default settings.
Any help would be great.
have a new install desktop Windows 10 Pro. Sharing printers around the LAN. There are two devices that it picked up on the net that are phantoms: the printers no longer exist, were attached to another windows machine that no longer lives.
When I click on a folder to share it, it gives me the usual homegroup options. However, there is another option now and I don't know what it is. It's a string of 20 numbers and letters. See the attached picture for reference.
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Everything went fine unless the issue "no audio output devices are installed",
I've tried almost all the solutions you guys provided for that...