Renaming the CD/DVD drive is not an easy task. It task registry skills to customize CD/DVD name. Which isn’t easy for beginners. This is were Drive Namer comes into action. This portable utility allows you to name your optical drive in a very, very simply way. Here is how to add names to DVD drives in Windows 7, Vista and XP.
Add Names to DVD Drives in Windows 7, Vista and XP
Here is a quick look at what my CD/DVD drive looks like before we get started. Just your typical DVD drive with nothing fancy with it at all.
Kind of boring huh? Well just download, link below, and run Drive Namer, make sure to run as an administrative on Vista and Windows 7. Select the drive letter you want to rename, and give it a cool name.
When you are done setting the name press the button called Set!. Now head on over to your DVD under the My Computer. You will now see your new name.
If you grow tried of your DVD drive name or want to change it you can reopen Drive Namer and change it at any time. You can also reset your DVD drive back to normal by pressing the Reset! button.
Giving your DVD drives names can come in handy when you have multiple DVD drives. Especially if you have a reader and a burner and don’t want to mix those up.
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