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How to restore the Volume Label after customized it?

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Hi LIGHTNING UK and all,

I was trying to burn the Linux installation image to disc yesterday with ImgBurn on W2K12 R2.

The original image file has its default Volume Label.
There're three formats/ standards and have different naming rules, limitation.
I want the Volume Label can be the same in three different formats.
It's easily to identify in operating system, I think.

But once I changed the default volume label, it can't be restored.
I tried uninstalling ImgBurn, restart the system, then reinstall ImgBurn again.
The Volume Label was not restored to default.

The related setting is not included in ImgBurn.ini.
And I took some time to check the registries, looking for the keyword: imgburn
Nothing useful was found.  

How can I restore the default Volume Label of the image file?

Otherwise, where's the setting or mapping table, records stuff that I can modify or delete?

Please help!

Edited by Takechiyo

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If you've changed it, you can't restore it as such.... only change it again to what it used to be - and that would have to come from your own memory.

If you want it back to how it's supposed to be, you could always just download the image again.

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