Double check that "Show hidden devices" is checked.
"Clunking sound". Most systems provide a musical tone when a USB device is connected or disconnected. The clunk could simply be that the intended sound file is corrupt or has been changed.
Do a Google search on "How to customize Windows sounds". Check your system but do not (yet) make any sound changes. Objective is simply to determine what sound should be being made when a USB device/the printer is connected or disconnected. You can try using a USB thumb drive to learn if the clunky sound occurs or if some other sound is made.
Try direct access to the sounds menu by typing "Change system sounds" in the "Type here to search" box located in the lower left screen corner.
Scroll down through Program Events.
Listen to the Device Connect and Device Disconnect sounds. Listen to other sounds to discover which one (if any) is the "clunky" sound.
Could be some buggy or corrupted files involved.
On your PC:
Try running the built in Windows troubleshooters. The troubleshooters may find and fix something.
Also "sfc /scannow" and "dism"
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Hopefully just a bit of "housekeeping" will make the printer visible and functional again.