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Occurs when i used norton ghost to make partition image for primary partition c then message appear a source volume couldnot be loacked(604)

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You can't image a primary partition while the system is running. There are system files that are in use and are locked for your protection.
Also, your program is very old--try to update it.
If you are using Windows 7, you can make an image from the backup utility.

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HI all , i took an image with Ghost 2003 , and when i'm trying to restore it this error occurs : Error Number: (11086) Message: Not enough room on target partition Version: 2003.793 (Dec 17 2003,...


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.)

Jan 05, 2011 | Symantec Norton Ghost 2003 8.0 (10139342)...

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"Unable to find a free MBR slot in virtual partition.dll usually due to no free...


Situation:
When attempting to run an operation in Ghost that requires a reboot into the virtual partition, you receive the error "Unable to find a free MBR slot in virtual partition.dll--usually due to no free slots on disk."

Solution:
This problem occurs when the client computer has used up all four primary partitions in the partition table of the boot drive. An Extended partition takes up one Primary Slot, so having three Primary partitions and one Extended partition would also cause this issue.

Computer architecture allows each hard drive to have no more than four primary partitions (the other partitions are extended partitions). Because the Ghost Virtual Partition is implemented as a primary partition, you see this message when the disk is using all four primary partitions and does not have an available slot for the virtual partition.

Use one of the following methods to resolve the problem
  • Start the computer from a Ghost bootable floppy disk rather than a Ghost Virtual Partition. You can use Ghost Boot Wizard to create a Ghost Standard Book Disk for this purpose.
  • Repartition the disk. If you repartition the disk, ensure that you create backups of your data before doing so.

on Feb 01, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do erase partition and wipe clean, saving operating systerm


the only way to erase a partition and wipe it clean while saving the OS is to use Symantec Norton Ghost (or a similar product) and create a Ghost image before you delete the partition and restore it after you have deleted the existing partition, recreated a new one and formatted it. then restore the OS from the ghost image.

Apr 15, 2010 | Compaq Computers & Internet

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Looking for the backup option for computer


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.

Dec 27, 2009 | Dell Dimension 8200 PC Desktop

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Hi, How do I recover my Office 2003 Auto Correct from Norton Ghost? I back up my PC image and formated my hardrive. Now I want to reover just my autocoreect file and apply it to my new Windows...


Hi,
This will only work if the drive with your new Windows installation is larger than the drive with your ghost image.
Assuming that the above is true, do the following:
Using disk management, create a partition on your hard drive which is large enough to accept your entire ghost backup. Restore your ghost image to this partition and then select any files or folders you may need. Once you have the necessary files you can delete the partition again if need be and use it for other storage purposes.
Let me know if you need any further assistance regarding the above.
Best wishes,
Graemevm

Dec 20, 2009 | Symantec Norton Ghost 14.0: Windows

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I HAVE AN EEE PC AND KEEP GETTING AN ERROR MESSAGE SAYING 'EEE PC TRAY UTILITY HAS ENCOUNTERED A PROBLEM. ERROR TYPE:BEX P1:AsTRAY.EXE P2:5.1.13018 P3:4886b209 P4:AsTRAY.EXE P5:5.1.1.3018


first make a image of the partition using norton ghost. (you cand find it on a hirens boot cd), next uninstall the tray utility. if it is still the same problem, try reinstalling the operating system. if not reinstall the utility and see if it works. if it doesn't works and you don't want to reinstall the operating system, remake your partion from the image created initially using norton ghost

Dec 08, 2009 | ASUS Eee PC 900HD Netbook

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Error Copying old c: drive w/Ghost 9


Do a disk defrag on the source drive. If that doesn't work, you may have a virus on your source drive and norton ghost is catching before getting on your destination drive.

Nov 24, 2009 | Symantec Norton Ghost 9.0 for PC

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


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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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.

Apr 28, 2009 | Dell XPS M1210 Notebook

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I purchased new laptop Sony Viao Model No -VGN-C2 .I have 80 GB HDD.In that i got 8GB EISA Partition .And rest of the Other Partition is only C: Drive.So when i asked my dealer so he replied me that it is...


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For the best results, start with a fresh install of Windows, then load your applications, utilities, and drivers. Make sure to install all the latest updates as well, especially for Windows and your security software. Finally, tweak your system so it's exactly the way you like it: video resolution, wallpaper, the works.

Create The Partition
Fire up PartitionMagic (or a similar utility) and create a partition with enough available space to hold Windows and your apps. Ten gigabytes should be ample for most users (remember, the backup image will be compressed), but consider making it larger if you have a lot of programs installed or storage space to burn.

NTFS is the file system. As for the partition type, the active partition is the one that boots the system. You need to create a logical drive (that is, one you can assign a drive letter), which will live in an extended partition—the app takes care of that part.

Set Up Ghost
Run Ghost (or a similar utility) to create a new backup. Don't bother with scheduling, as this particular backup is a one-time-only affair. Disabling your virus checker prior to starting the backup is a good idea; AV can gum up the works.

Recover
To use the recovery partition, make sure you've backed up all your vital data to another drive or removable media, then boot your PC with the Ghost CD loaded in the optical drive. You'll then be able to restore from the partition to your primary drive, resulting in a ready-to-roll PC with all your apps, drivers, and settings loaded.

Jan 23, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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