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Ghost 2003 isn't going to be aware of partitions over 1TB; its notion of 32bit is of course cruftier than Win7's. That said, it sounds like either the target partition (or disk) is smaller than when you started or you didn't check the box to overwrite the partition/disk/whatever. It's easy to miss a checkmark and be stuck waiting 4 minutes for Ghost to report what's obvious...obvious if all the information's in front of you. That's definitely a pencil-in-hand application, Ghost is. Have another go.
Just make sure you have the space and that Ghost knows you want to write over it. You can (almost) always restore a partition to a new disk and tell it to use the whole disk for the partition (make it bootable, etc.)
I have used 16x's but they were Sony +R's , besides this brand I will only use rewriteables which it doesnt seem to matter what brand those are. I only have used the +RW's though.My MU unit likes both but my ZU unit doesnt like th RW's as well. Wants to format and finalize, whereas my MU doesn't insist on finalizing it. Try the Sony discs. I just wait till they go on sale and stock up. IF this doesn't work maybe your unit is failing.
if you can, try hooking up the tv to a different cable line in the house or bring a different tv into the room where the bad picture is [ you may have a bad connection or wire ] if this doesn't help, try rabbit ear antennas just to get a picture. if you still have ghosts on your tv, the problem is with your tv.if the picture is fine, there maybe a problem with your cable service.
hope this helps
what is happening is that you are receiving what techies call the BSOD or blue screen of death. The most likely reason that you are getting this is a driver error. Try and press f8 before you see the loading windows xp screen with the scrolling green progress bar. This will bring you into safe mode. Go to the device manager and remove the driver. Reboot the computer and get the latest drivers from the manufacturers website and install them.