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Unknown icon in system tray

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On my Windows 7 professional system. The highlighted icon in the attached image appears on every reboot. Clicking on it open Windows explorer. As far as I understand it looks like a 'generic volume' icon similar to one in device manager. 

However, I don't understand why it's opening My Computer

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best response confirmed by Animesh Joshi (Contributor)
Solution
This icon belongs to Network Drive Map , open My Computer and see if there is any mapped drive, try delete it. I believe you setup it for sharing and you are no longer using it but it remains there.