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Support for norton ghost 9.0

Unable to use netdisk with norton ghost; drive recognized but recovery points not accessible from recovery environment

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Re: support for norton ghost 9.0

The only thing I can sugest is upgrade norton ghost or use another disk imaging program I use powerquest drive image this works with usb support this program is better than norton ghost I've used it on my laptop and pc backups as on my pc I do alot of editing and all editing software takes 15 gig and 4 hours to install with this it only takes 1 hour to recover all drive info. hope this helps

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No that wont work.  :)

You will never be able to copy all the files from windows.

Here is my suggestion.

Their are several programs out their to help you accomplish a disk to disk copy. I personally use Norton Ghost. Action True image is another.

This particular program i have found extremely Norton Ghost 2003. This is a hard drive cloning software that runs from dos.

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