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Kill this, PLEASE - n00b thread

Discussion in 'Software' started by Guest-44638, 16 May 2019.

  1. Guest-44638

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  2. adidan

    adidan Guesswork is still work

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    CrystalDiskInfo will give you more details. That the sort of thing you're after?
     
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  3. RedFlames

    RedFlames ...is not a Belgian football team

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    wmic can do most of it if you're not wanting to use 3rd party tools.

    Code:
    wmic diskdrives > file.txt
    that dumps it to a text file that you can import into excel or the like, there is a way to filter the stuff in the command line and make it more friendly and readable... but i can't remember how off the top of my head.
     
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  4. Pretizx

    Pretizx What's a Dremel?

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  5. B1GBUD

    B1GBUD ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Accidentally Funny

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    1) Drop to a cmd prompt and type "diskpart", then hit enter. UAC prompt will need approving

    2) From the DiskPart prompt type "list disk" then enter, a list of disks should now appear.

    3) Then type "select disk 0" for example, disk 0 should now be selected.

    4) Finally, type "detail disk" to bring up further disk details. (Make / Model / Size / Serial etc..)

    To check further disks with ease, use the up arrow on your keyboard to use the previously used commands.
     
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