Hello and welcome to the forum.
In addition to what Saltgrass has already suggested, please open a command prompt and type
That should produce a list of any mapped network drives. I suppose it's possible that some software product may have created a new network location that perhaps is no longer available and as Saltgrass says they should be listed and enumerated in the "Computer" window under "Network Location(s)"
Keep us posted, interested in see how this shakes out.
OK. So do you have an epson printer with some memory card slots in it?
Do you have a script or batch file that's running at start up? Could even be a scheduled task, possibly a product of an Epson software install. Just guessing.
Do you see a drive letter associated with the device?
Try to delete it
net use Z: /delete (where Z: is the drive letter association that you are seeing)
Thanks so much.
It is z not 2. My bad. Thanks for saying drive z.
There is an Epson printer on the network and I did install its network drivers/software.
I did a right click disconnect in my computer window on its icon. Rebooted laptop and no more problem.
Major thanks and kudos to all of you for helping and responding.
Glad to hear that you were able to resolve your problem. Thanks for posting back with that information and the solution that worked for you.
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