When I was creating "bootable media", for any future recovery, as the facility seemed to be available, I thought, in addition to CD, it would be a good idea to also do it on an external drive (just in case of an optical drive failure). I thought I had done that correctly, but what the system has actually done is "create" an INTERNAL "F drive", and put it on that. I have two, seperate, internal drives C & D. I presume F has been created, as a partition, on one of those, but it's too tiny to obviously see which.
I feel I should be REMOVING this "F drive", but am a little dubious about just re-formatting it, for fear of affecting something else.
No mount or unmount options. The only "removal" options are "format" and "McAfee shred". To be honest, I don't know if the "effect" is any different. If I do a Hardware diagnostic, it actually lists it as Drive-Recovery (F:) Functioning normally. Fascinating, if a little worrying. I wouldn't mind so much, if I could work out WHERE it was. As I said, it's two small to really judge from the free space on C or D.