Finding Drive Volume information based on device interface type.

I'm currently working on a project where I'd like to be able to identify drive volume information (dirve letter, volume name) based on the device interface type and model.

I'm using  "Win32_LogicalDisk" to list volume information and "Win32_DiskDrive" to list the device information.  My problem is I don't know how to link the two.

A sample from my current code for detecting the device ID is:

For Each DiskObj In DiskObjSet
            If DiskObj.interfacetype = "USB" And DiskObj.Model = "HITACHI_ DK13FA-40 USB Device" Then
                UsbDevice = DiskObj.Index
            End If

This effectively detects the device ID, but I haven't been able to find a way of lising volume info for the detected ID.

I'm relatively new to VB programming so maybe there's a simpler way of doing this.  Any help would be appreciated.
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the last example explains (bottom of the page) how to do that

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fixx17Author Commented:
I thought there must be a way to associate everthing, just missed the  Win32_DiskDriveToDiskPartition association class.

Thanks for the help.
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