View Full Version : What's a Volume Label?
11-23-2001, 06:16 PM
After Formating My entire hard drive, it asked me to enter the volume label, wassat?
11-23-2001, 06:44 PM
A volume label is basically a name that you assign to the drive. My C: drive, for example, has a volume label of Cicero, and my D: drive has a volume label of Darwin, E: drive Emmannuelle, and so on and so forth. I do this so that the names are a reminder of the drive I am accessing.
11-23-2001, 08:37 PM
how about c: for cockhead, d: for doofus, e: for eediot. . . oh wait. . . bah. . .
11-24-2001, 06:03 PM
Pfft, I didn't bother with them black friday sales. . . I just slept in instead from the triptophan hangover.
11-29-2001, 07:42 AM
Did I tell you guys I was in line for that mess... Was about 30th in line for a geforce 3 ti 200 and 60 gb hd....
Didn't get the video card... (still think they lied about the 15 minimum per store) Now they ran out of the 2 hd's the put on the shelf so I was bummed. Then they said they had more in the back so they said make a line.. Guess what? I was too far to get to that line in time. So being bitter.. yes.. I know it.
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