How do you read the NTFS $Volume file?

How do you read the $Volume file?  Is there a tool such as a Hex editor required, etc?

We're running Windows 2003 Standard Server. The server is attached to an HP SANS.  We have 22 volumes.  I'm trying to determine which volume this error applies to by mapping the Guid to the volume name.

\?\Volume{627673ea-2d99-11e5-a486-001635c41328} I've learned this is the Volume Guid, and the $Volume metadata file should reveal the Volume label i.e. Volume 7 from this link.

Event Type:    Error
Event Source:    Ntfs
Event Category:    Disk
Event ID:    55
Date:        11/2/2015
Time:        10:06:42 AM
User:        N/A
Computer:    Beta
The file system structure on the disk is corrupt and unusable. Please run the chkdsk utility on the volume \\?\Volume{627673ea-2d99-11e5-a486-001635c41328}.
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use mountvol.exe it will list the volumes, their mount point and their guid.
It's standard in 2008. For 2003, download the Windows 2000 resourcekit utilities.
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mobotAuthor Commented:
Did just what I needed done. Thanks
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