Here is a list of switches I posted on another site. I hope this will be beneficial.
LIST OF SWITCHES USED WITH DIFFERENT COMMANDS

Switches used with chkdsk command
(1) volume - This specifies the drive letter, mount point, or the name of the volume.
(2) [path] Filename - this specifies the location and names of the file or files that you want chkdsk to check for errors.
(3) /F - used to fix errors on the disk. chkdsk must be able to lock the disk for this purpose.
(4) /V - used to display the name in each file, in every directory, as the disk is being checked.
(5) /R - used to locate bad sectors on the disk and recover readable infomation. chkdsk must be able to lock the disk for this purpose.
(6) /X - used with NTFS only. It forces the volume to dismount first, if necessary, to fix the errors on the disk.
(7) /I - used with NTFS only. It performs a less thorough check of the disk's indexed entries, taking less time to run chkdsk.
(8) /C - used with NTFS only. It skips the checking of cycles within the folder structure, thus taking less time to run chkdsk.

Switches used with the format command
(1) volume - This specifies the drive letter, mount point, or the name of the volume.
(2) /FS:filesystem - specifies the file system to be used. ex: FAT, FAT32, or NTFS
(3) /V:label - specifies the volume label.
(4) /A:unitsize - Specifies the allocation unit size to use on the file system. The valid values in bytes are: 512, 1024, 2048, 4096, 8192, 16K, 32K, 64K
(5) /Q - initiates a quick format.
(6) /f:size - specifies the size of the floppy to format.
(7) /t:tracks - specifies the number of tracks on a disk.
(8) /n:sectors - specifies the number of sectors per track.
(9) /C - used with NTFS only. It compressed the new volume by default.
(10) /X - causes the volume to dimount before it is formatted.

Switches used with the ntbackup command
(1) Systemstate - specifies that you want to take a backup of the system state data. The backup type is forced to normal or copy.
(2) @blks file name - specifies the name of the backup selection file [.blks file] to be used for the backup. The backup files contains the infomation on the files and folders whose backup is to be taken. The @ character must precede the name of the file.
(3) /J "job name" - used to specify the job name used for the backup operation in the log file. Usually the job name describes the files and folders being backed up, along with the date and time of the backup.
(4) /P "pool name" - used to specify the media pool from where the backup media is to be used. You cannot use the /A, /G, /F, or /T switches along with this switch!
(5) /G "guid name" - used to overwrite or append to this tape. You must not use this switch in conjunction with /P!
(6) /T "tape name" - used to overwrite or append to this tape. You must not use this switch in conjunction with /P!
(7) /N "media name" - used to specify a new tape name. You must not use this switch in con junction with /A!
(8) /F "file name" - used to specify the logical disk path and file name. You must not use this switch in conjunction with /P, /G, or /T!
(9) /A - used to perform an append operation. You must use /G or /T in conjunction with this switch. You must not use this switch in conjunction with /P!
(10) /V:yes|no - used to verify the data after the backup operation is complete.
(11) /M backup type - used to specify the backup type. The backup types can be; normal, copy, differential, incremental, or daily.