Windows7 Volume Label Do Not Appear

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by pamadhilwankalan, Jun 16, 2014.

  1. pamadhilwankalan

    pamadhilwankalan MDL Junior Member

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    well....the problem is in my windows7 x86 system is that when i open "my computer" then volume labels do not appear. it shows only drive letters i.e. c, d, e, f. i named c drive as windows7, d drive as my backup, e drive as multimedia.

    interestingly when i go to Disk Management it shows all volume labels as i named them. and if i use any external boot able media like acronis disk director or mini xp by hiren's boot CD or Ubuntu 14.4 it also shows volume labels as I named them.
    please help
     
  2. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    Have you try:
    1. right click on the Drive Letter
    2. chose Properties
    3. General
    4. beside the drive icon type the ID in command filed
    5. click Apply

    That should work!

    Forget: You need to have Admin Right's!!
     
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  3. pamadhilwankalan

    pamadhilwankalan MDL Junior Member

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    Since the windows7 was released, i have been using it as administrator. and yes...I tried as you suggested but no to avail....actually I did every possible action to get my drives names but failed
     
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    pisthai Imperfect Human

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