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IM USING GHOST TO TAKE IMAGE FROM ONE HARD DISK TO ANOTHER.IS IT POSSIBLE TO TAKE IMAGE FROM ONE HARD DISK TO TWO ANOTHER HARD DISK AT A TIME.IS IT ANY S/W TO DO THAT.ARE ANY SOME OTHER WAY

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I want to format my hard drive


If you have a true image to restore from, as like what is created with Win7 Pro Backup, or from Norton Ghost, you should be able to make a total restore. The destination drive had to be the same size or larger than from the drive the original image was taken from.

With Windows, you will require the image recovery DVD disk that are created using the OS that the image was generated from. With Ghost, you will require the Ghost recovery DVD disk to restore the image.

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IM USING GHOST TO TAKE IMAGE FROM ONE HARD DISK TO ANOTHER.IS IT POSSIBLE TO TAKE IMAGE FROM ONE HARD DISK TO TWO ANOTHER HARD DISK AT A TIME.IS IT ANY S/W TO DO THAT.ARE ANY SOME OTHER WAY


If the hard disks are identical and they are connected to identical computers, you can use UDP cast. This can be downloaded from the Internet, free of charge.
The computers should be on a network for this.

Copy UDP Cast to CD and boot all the computers with the CD. Select the source computer as the 'Sender' and other computers as 'Receivers'.
Start to send from the source computer. Probably In an hour, all computers will have a 'ghost copy' of the source computer.
Using this method you can 'ghost' even 20 computers!

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Post reports NO HDD installed. Spinrite 6 reports HDD is very sick and one should try to copy off files as it it is going down.


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If the post screen is saying no HDD installed then you have remove the hard drive from the machine as soon as possible before it fails completely and you loose all the data you have on it.

As soon as you have a new HDD installed and an operating system on it you can then connect the bad hard drive as a slave device either in an external case or internal for the time being so you can get your data from it.



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Norton ghost 14... I cant recover back up...


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

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WD 500 GB resized by Norton Ghost Restore to 120 GB and can not get it to original size.


You should partition your new drive first to say 160Gb (you lose a bit after formatting) for 1st partition and the remaining capacity for the 2nd partition. Because your Ghost image is 120Gb it can only restore to a partition of 120Gb, that is why it shows 120Gb on a 500Gb on a single partition.
You may be able to fix this problem without starting again by using Disk Manager (from Control Panel - Admoinistrative Tools) to create a 2nd partition on the hard drive and format this partition.

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Cloned 40 gb hard drive to a 160 gb for toshiba A15-S157 model


I'm guessing that your question is why does my new 160G hard drive only show up as a 40G. When you use Norton Ghost to make an image of your hard drive, there were several questions it asked. One was whether you wanted to make an image of the whole partition. When this is selected Ghost acts like a camera and takes a picture of your old drive, partitions and all. When you put this image on a new drive it puts on exactly that a picture of your old (40G) drive. I have never been successful a trying to expand an image. As long as the old drive is still good you could start the process over and make an image of just your data, then format the 160G drive, reinstall Windows and place the data image on the new drive. You will have to reinstall the applications.

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Aquire disk imaging program such as norton ghost. Install 2nd, larger HDD into existing computer. Boot computer using ghost boot disk. "Image" existing HDD to newer, larger HDD.

Remove existing HDD. Set 'new' HDD to proper position (Master, etc).

Boot computer.

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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.

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Copying the entire disk image is easy using a program something like Norton's Ghost. If the hard drive is failing, it's pertinent to do this QUICKLY.

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I'm not sure that Ghost would be able to save an image over the network even if you could find a ndis2 boot disk. You might be better off ghosting the image to local storage (external USB HDD, or connecting a bare drive internally), which you then connect to a working machine to upload the image to the network?

Of course, you'd need to do the reverse to restore it to the same machine - though there is no reason you would not be able to restore the image to a bare drive on any system, and then install that drive is the boot device in the original system.

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