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Creates, changes, or deletes the volume label (name) of a disk. MS-DOS displays the volume label as part of the directory listing. If a volume serial number exists, MS-DOS displays this number as well. Syntax LABEL [drive:][label] To specify that MS-DOS is to display the current volume label and serial number, if they exist, and that MS-DOS is to prompt you to enter a label or  delete the existing one, use the following syntax: LABEL Parameters drive: Specifies the location of the disk you want to name. label Specifies the new volume label. You must include a colon (:) between drive and label. Related Commands For information about displaying the current disk label, see the <DIR> or <VOL> command. For information about the volume serial number of a disk, see the <VOL> command.
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