Quick Method to List Disks in Windows

There are numerous ways to do this. However using the WMI from a command prompt does the job:

wmic diskdrive list brief 

It is quick and easy to remember, having the benefit that it can be run remotely using a remote shell like Powershell or psexec. Sample output:

C:\windows\system32>wmic diskdrive list brief
Caption DeviceID Model Partitions Size
LITEONIT LMT-128M3M \\.\PHYSICALDRIVE0 LITEONIT LMT-128M3M 2 128034708480

Even though it is easy to remember, I’m putting it here as I’ll forget.

Written on February 6, 2014