How to undo renamed c drive ?

I accidentally renamed c drive.  Please see attached.

I tried to rename it back to what it should be but was not successful.

I have Windows 7   64-bit.

Please advise!
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Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
I suggest doing an offline System Restore using the most recent Restore Point created prior to the problem.

You may also be able to do a System Restore from the Advanced Boot Menu, if the repair options were installed.
naseeamAuthor Commented:
Since this is corporate laptop, I probably will leave such tasks for the  IT Department.
Is it possible to provide the attachment so I get a better understanding of what is renamed ?
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EirmanChief Operations ManagerCommented:
I frequently rename C: to SYSTEM or OS on PCs

If you right click on C: in Windows Explorer
and choose Properties (The name should in the first Tab you see, called General)
You should be able to rename it from there.

The change might not be visible immediately.
You may have to restart Windows Explorer
naseeamAuthor Commented:
Sorry I forgot to attach the file.  It's attached now.
It's just a drive label and nothing serious you would need a system restore for.
A system restore would probably not even restore it.
Just open a cmd.exe with Administrative permissions.
label c:

Open in new window

and press Enter.
Type the new drive label and press enter.
The change should be immediately visible in Windows File Explorer.
Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
I agree, "it is just a label", and that has no consequences at all. Name it as you like.
naseeamAuthor Commented:
Snapshot of properties window is attached.
naseeamAuthor Commented:
Attached is my command window prompt.  Exactly what do I type ?
label c:
and then press Enter
Then type the name of the new label (the name of what it was before) and press enter again.
noxchoGlobal Support CoordinatorCommented:
Right click on C drive select properties.
Then in the field where (C:) is seen type whateven you want and press ok.

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naseeamAuthor Commented:
From command prompt, I typed label c: and then shut down my computer.  In Windows Explorer, C drive still appears as follows:

(C:) (C:)
naseeamAuthor Commented:
The solution worked great.   Thank you!
You probably started a normal "cmd.exe" but in this case a command prompt with Administrative permissions (Run as administrator) is necessary.
The solution from noxcho works also fine and is easier but it was already mentioned by Eirman.
This is also the reason I didn't mention it again.
Good that it's solved anyway.
EirmanChief Operations ManagerCommented:
Hello naseeam

I believe I gave the solution first and you only gave me 12% of the points an assist.

Also note this comment by zalazar ......
noxcho works also fine and is easier but it was already mentioned by Eirman.
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