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When i used norton ghost it will not proceed to copy disk to disk?

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Now the symantec is not supporting this version of the norton ghost,you have to get the upgraded version of the norton ghost 14.0

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How to use norton ghost


GHOST is a program to copy one ENTIRE disk-drive to another disk-drive. Check www.norton.com for details on how to use the software.

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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!

Nov 12, 2010 | Symantec Norton Ghost 14.0: Windows

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Ghost disc will not boot, not recognized as valid windows copy


If it's a Norton disk, call Norton, it should be bootable. If it's a disk you burned, it may not be a bootable system disk. Make sure your computer is set to boot from CD/DVD drive in the bios (setup) Press F2(usually, sometimes it's delete) while booting, go into setup, and make sure under boot devices/sequence that your disk drive is first in the boot sequence. Try the disk on another machine to see if it's the disk, or the machine. If it's the disk, Call Norton (if it's theirs) or have someone make another one for you.

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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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As I try to convert my IOMEGA hard drive from FAT32 to NTFS, using Windows XP's CONVERT command, it discovers a drty bit on the drive. However, when I test it with CHKDSK, Windows finds no problems at...


Does anyone you know have a copy of any sort of disk management tool such as acronis disk director or norton ghost?

If yes, you can copy all the info that you still want to keep with the disk management software, and then do a total wipe and format.

MS convert will not do a complete job under normal circumstances (at least in my experience), so you are better off using a third party software suite.

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One key recovery is deleted


if you mean to restore the one key recovery

copy the one key recovery partition from other laptop with Hiren all in one Cd

http://www.hiren.info/pages/bootcd

inside the cd you can found norton ghost

run it

then choose the operation

choose partition

choose to image

save to any partition

then proceed the image creation

then copy the file *.gho
to your hard disk drive

then make a partition that at same size with the one click recovery partition

then run again norton ghost at hiren CD like before

choose the operation

choose partition

choose from image

designate where the .gho file is located

then follow the prompt

------done------

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Disk copy


yup... norton ghost should be able to copy the failing disk onto a new disk, Disk -> disk copy

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Reinstall Os


I'm not entirely familliar with this system and also it appears to be discontinued from the manufacturer, http://www.mfdigital.com/ it may be possible to "clone" a disk from a working one using Norton ghost or something similar. (but that means finding someone willing to let you dissasemble their working one), with norton ghost you should be able to copy entire disk from the working disk to a new disk. the manufacturer does have a firmware update disk for this but that most likely only updates the system once it is working. Gareth

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