use Explorer - isstandard file manager of the operating system Windows, which is enough to run simultaneously press on the keypad and win e or double-click the shortcut "My Computer."Explorer provides the ability to change the label of any drive in the simplest way - click on the icon you are interested in the application window, right-click and select the pop-up menu, the string "rename".Pressing f2 can replace the use of the context menu.It will be in edit mode and you can start typing a new label.To complete the operatio
n press enter.
Use the label, if you need to change the disk label from the command line.The emulator command line interface opens as follows: press simultaneously win + r, enter the letters cmd, and click OK.If you need to change the label of the system drive, then type in the command line label and press enter.The terminal window will be displayed two lines with information about system volume (granting him the letter, the current label and serial number), as well as an invitation to enter the new label text.Enter the desired word and then press enter.
Specify the label statement except volume letter and a new label if you need to change the alias non-system disk.For example, to assign a drive G label newMark, enter the following command: label G: newMark.After you press enter, the label of this drive will be changed without any further questions on the terminal.
Specify a new label in the appropriate input box, if it is necessary to simultaneously change the formatting of the disc.This dialog appears on the screen when you click the disk being formatted right-click and select from the context menu of the line "Format".Suitable field here and called - "Volume Label."