A what? It might be... I dunno... but it's still not supposed to be on the computer. Especially since my computer gives it priority over my standard drive- meaning, I can't run software that requires the disk while running.
I think I've fixed my problem. I reset the "d" drive to be a "z" drive. Thus making my "m" drive the default, because it's the smaller letter. I still have my ghost, but he's no longer interfering with my stuff.