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Change Hdd/Drive Label, and/or letter.

*Added option to clear drive attributes, clears drive read only error when doing operations with a read only drive.

What's New in Version 1.0


  • Big update! no longer uses the cmd window to write commands on, it now waits in the background for keywords, and proceeds when they "appear".
  • Check screenshots, hope you find it usefull.
  • This update was only be possible because of the help of the comunity, Credits to everyone in the comunity!
  • Kept version.

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