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Show all drives from Windows command prompt

If you need to obtain a list of all disk drives on a Microsoft Windows system from a command line interface (CLI), e.g., a command prompt window, you can do so using Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line (WMIC). You can obtain a list of drives by opening a command prompt window and then issuing a wmic logicaldisk get command followed by parameters relevant to the information you wish to see. You can see a list of parameter options by issuing the command wmic logicaldisk get /?.

C:\>wmic logicaldisk get /?

Property get operations.
USAGE:

GET [<property list>] [<get switches>]
NOTE: <property list> ::= <property name> | <property name>,  <property list>

The following properties are available:
Property                                Type                    Operation
========                                ====                    =========
Access                                  N/A                     N/A
Availability                            N/A                     N/A
BlockSize                               N/A                     N/A
Caption                                 N/A                     N/A
Compressed                              N/A                     N/A
ConfigManagerErrorCode                  N/A                     N/A
ConfigManagerUserConfig                 N/A                     N/A
Description                             N/A                     N/A
DeviceID                                N/A                     N/A
DriveType                               N/A                     N/A
ErrorCleared                            N/A                     N/A
ErrorDescription                        N/A                     N/A
ErrorMethodology                        N/A                     N/A
FileSystem                              N/A                     N/A
FreeSpace                               N/A                     N/A
InstallDate                             N/A                     N/A
LastErrorCode                           N/A                     N/A
MaximumComponentLength                  N/A                     N/A
MediaType                               N/A                     N/A
Name                                    N/A                     N/A
NumberOfBlocks                          N/A                     N/A
PNPDeviceID                             N/A                     N/A
PowerManagementCapabilities             N/A                     N/A
PowerManagementSupported                N/A                     N/A
ProviderName                            N/A                     N/A
Purpose                                 N/A                     N/A
QuotasDisabled                          N/A                     N/A
QuotasIncomplete                        N/A                     N/A
QuotasRebuilding                        N/A                     N/A
Size                                    N/A                     N/A
Status                                  N/A                     N/A
StatusInfo                              N/A                     N/A
SupportsDiskQuotas                      N/A                     N/A
SupportsFileBasedCompression            N/A                     N/A
VolumeName                              N/A                     N/A
VolumeSerialNumber                      N/A                     N/A

The following GET switches are available:

/VALUE                       - Return value.
/ALL(default)                - Return the data and metadata for the attribute.
/TRANSLATE:<table name>      - Translate output via values from <table name>.
/EVERY:<interval> [/REPEAT:<repeat count>] - Returns value every (X interval) seconds, If /REPEAT specified the command is executed <repeat count> times.
/FORMAT:<format specifier>   - Keyword/XSL filename to process the XML results.

NOTE: Order of /TRANSLATE and /FORMAT switches influences the appearance of output.
Case1: If /TRANSLATE precedes /FORMAT, then translation of results will be followed by formatting.
Case2: If /TRANSLATE succeeds /FORMAT, then translation of the formatted results will be done.


C:\>

For example, the results from issuing the command on a Windows 10 system to display the device ID, volume name, and description are shown below:

C:\>wmic logicaldisk get deviceid, volumename, description
Description       DeviceID  VolumeName
Local Fixed Disk  C:        OS
CD-ROM Disc       D:
CD-ROM Disc       E:
Removable Disk    F:        EMTEC


C:\>

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