Last night I was running some tools on a Windows 7 laptop and needed to list the drives. I am not very familiar with MS-DOS so I had to play around to find the information I was looking for. Luckily listing the drives and then querying drive information is easy to do from DOS in Windows 7. Follow the directions below to list the Windows 7 drives from DOS.
The best way I have found to emulate Linux commands for Windows is by installing CYGWIN. This is an application that will run on pretty much all Windows machines and provides a ton of Linux type commands. After installing CYGWIN you will need to set your path as noted below.