LABEL + Modifying Volume Labels
Allows you to modify, add, or delete a volume label.
MS-DOS equivalent: LABEL (3.0+)
[d:][path] LABEL [ld:][volumelabel]
[d:][path] Specifies the drive letter and path that
contain the LABEL command file.
[ld:] Specifies the drive letter of the disk
you wish to label.
[volumelabel] Specifies the label to be used to
identify the disk. The volume label can
contain up to 11 characters.
labels the disk in drive B as OCTSTMTS.
Cannot LABEL a Network drive
You cannot change an existing volume label or create a new one
for a network drive.
If you do not specify a label with the command, you will be
prompted for the label or for whether you want the existing label
to be deleted:
Volume in drive x is xxxxxxxxxxx
Volume label (11 characters, ENTER for none)?
[For related topics, press R]
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