Alrighty, so a while ago I decided to dual boot Linux Mint 13 alongside the Windows 7 I already had on my laptop.
My laptop is the HP G60-635DX.
Well, I booted Linux Mint 13 from a livedisk that I burned myself.
All is well.
Now, whenever I head onto Windows 7, this is what "My Computer" looks like. I included a screenshot of it.
What is the BD-ROM Drive involving Linux Mint installation?
This always shows up, even when nothing is connected to the laptop (USB's, CD's, etc.)
Can I get rid of it?
What is it?