Could u please let me know from where i can download Ghost image of Magnia SG20 Or SG30 for Heirons Boot Disk.
If there is any other easy way to reimage my Magnia SG-20 and SG-30 then please let me know.
I have a 2.6 image, the last released I believe. Send me your disk with return shipping and I will re-image it for you. Check my name on Ebay and you will see I am an honest broker. email@example.com
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I suggest that you use Norton Ghost v14.0 and create a compressed image of your primary partition to a DVD-R. You can use my autoupdate of Norton Antivirus Update Defintions for use with Ghost v14.0 for pre-boot virus scans, download the ISO burner and creater HERE or HERE please keep my links alive.
This will allow you to reinstall after catastrophic failure of your HDD.
If you just want to backup your images and documents a good U3 stick drive or USB harddrive is an excellent option for storing your document folders.
After fdisk and format you need to ensure that operative system is installed into yor hard drive. Using ghost you restore the image disk by booting from ghost image CD if you made a bootable image disk. Ensure Bios is set up to boot from CD. If you used Norton Ghost ensure you captured the image of full bootable original hard disk drive for same computer. If it does not boot after restoring ghosted image, than the image it is probably not complete. If hard disk image is not good, easiest thing to do is using Windows install CD to installl again operative system, then you eventually restore ghost image.
Assuming this problem is for ANY computer, not just the one.
If you still have internet access through the device, but cannot see network shares, your Samba server is down. If a full restart does not solve the problem, you need to learn Samba/Linux -or- you need to re-image the drive to factory defaults.