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Does a proper output from the prtvtoc command indicate that the disk has been correctly labelled?
what are the other places I can  look  to know if a new disk has been correctly labelled?
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format command
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but format does not inform about improer labels.does it?
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IF you use format and you make an error, like to partitions overlap, format gives you an error.  So I would think if you selected a label and it was wrong format would show ant error.  Can you post you label?  What problem are you having?
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PAQ and refund, although randhir's problems appears to have been bad hardware (from his CS post). I think the information given is pertinent
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