Question about Symantec Norton Ghost 14.0: Windows
Ghost 14 has an annoying characteristic that Ghost 10 - which I just upgraded from - did not have. I run an "auto incremental recovery point" job each night at 4AM. Normally the created file is in the area of 200MB but now and then the file will come in at 2 or 3 or 4GB. There is no consolidation here - this is just a regular incremental. The implication is that a large volume of files got modified and so Ghost picked them up into the incremental. I see no reason for this to be the case. My PC operates pretty much as it did when Ghost 10 was installed and this never happened with 10. I think Ghost 14 is getting confused by something.
Any thoughts? Is this a bug or a side effect of something else or what? Anyone else seeing this behavior?
Ideas would be appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problem with you. Lukily enough I found the solution from this website.
However, I didn't uninstall the NOD32 in my PC prior to double click the Norton Removal Tool.
It seems to work fine anyway. As soon as the NRT finishes its task which takes only a few minutes,
I reintall the Norton Ghost 14 and it works without any problem.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Ghost saved the drive information in an image file. Whatever you named your backup you would see *.gho, *001.gho, *002.gho. That is your whole hard drive in a spanned image file. Ghost Explorer is what you need to open and view these images and you would be able to extract files as your would from a zip file. There are no restore points as you would think using Windows Restore. Only the raw hard drive information as it appears on your dive now. I'm not sure if Ghost Explorer is provided with the home edition as I'm used to the enterprise for my work.
let me know if this helps
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
If you are in love with Norton.... Personally I use Avast the free version and have foudn it very good. Just look out for it on the internet. As regards Norton, if you do not have a cd then you must have downloaded an installation file and saved that somehwere, if not I am sure that if you are a registerd user you could still downlad it again if it is still covered byt the licence you paid for.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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Posted on Jul 18, 2009
This will only work if the drive with your new Windows installation is larger than the drive with your ghost image.
Assuming that the above is true, do the following:
Using disk management, create a partition on your hard drive which is large enough to accept your entire ghost backup. Restore your ghost image to this partition and then select any files or folders you may need. Once you have the necessary files you can delete the partition again if need be and use it for other storage purposes.
Let me know if you need any further assistance regarding the above.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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