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Error message trying to back up Drive to USB external hard drive

My hard drive has 3 partitions with Norton Ghost 9
Error message is OxEBAB001A
From the Norton Ghost manual how do I check disk management for missing or old volumes?
I have previously backed up drives C and D to the external hard drive with no problem using Ghost
Am only a very amateur amateur!

John from Devon

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Hi there,

Norton has a very good chat session and e-mail respond. I have the same problem with Ghost, It will not back up my pre-installed partition. :O(

You can also try to contact your computer support Team ( now I do not know which computer you have), If you give me the model and name i can provide the link to you.

Hope that helps
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