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Retrieving disk information via powershell

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Does anyone know how to get specific disk information via powershell.
I am using get-wmiobject win32_logicaldisk   and    get-wimobject win32_volume

Trying to get everything in one go so I can see Drive path C:\ , disk number and diskID if that is possible
Host, C\, Disk 1, IDnumber
Host, D:\, Disk 2, IDnumber
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The information from those links are absolutely fantastic and will be a big help for many things to come. However it did not have a method of getting disk information in the format I was looking for.  I must thank you again for such wonderful information.
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