Volume Serial Number Editor Command Line

Change the volume serial number of disk drives with this command line-based application that provides users with a straightforward handling.

  • Volume Serial Number Editor Command Line
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  • License :Demo
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :KRyLack Software

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Volume Serial Number Editor Command Line Description

Users who format their hard drives might often have issues with changing the volume serial number that is automatically generated and assigned. Volume Serial Number Editor Command Line is a lightweight edition of the Volume Serial Number Editor utility from the same developer. It will help one easily change the volume serial number to the preferred format, through the command line interface.

Providing a straightforward installation process and a compact deployment package, the application’s features will be accessible from the command line editor. Using its respective text string, one will be able to initiate the command line-based interface. Providing several on-screen switches, the utility will aid users in changing the serial number of their hard drives.

One will be able to list the current serial numbers and the application will then change the volume serial number for the specified disk drives. Although the utility will provide a confirmation screen for changing the number, people can easily suppress it through a dedicated command.

Once the renaming process has been run, users will have to reboot their PCs in order for the changes to be visible. Novice users must take notice and not be confused by the terminology used in the application, since it will change the volume serial number, not the actual physical serial number found on the hard disks.

Support is offered for NTFS, FAT and FAT32 file systems and one will also be able to use this utility on removable drives.

System requirements

  • CPU: Pentium 150 MHz or faster (recommended: Pentium 250 MHz).
  • RAM: 16 MB or more (recommended: 32 MB).
  • A Microsoft or 100% compatible mouse.
  • At least 2 MB of free disk space.
  • Microsoft HTML Help update.

Limitations in the unregistered version

  • 30 days trial period.
  • Changes only to 1234-ABCD.

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