Norton Ghost 2003 Boot Error
The other issue is that in Ghost 2003 with my Win 7 install, I can't seem to get it to make an image of my Windows install on my second HDD What game is this picture showing a character wearing a red bird costume from? Click here to Register a free account now! I am not suggesting that it is necessarily the solution to his problem. http://themedemo.net/norton-ghost/norton-ghost-2003-output-error.html
Trust to trustworthy is like Fired to ___worthy? Another possible reason is that was using PC-DOS and not MS-DOS, although I don't claim to understand the difference. As I said in the other thread about this, the limitations on the MBR and the rest of the boot track related to -ib exist because of deep design issues that Make Drive Compatible.
Browse other questions tagged windows-7 windows boot-manager ghost-image or ask your own question. IP Logged Nigel Bree Ex Member Back to top Re: Norton Ghost 2003 -ia option (Need to include MBR/Boot sectors in image) Reply #4 - Jul 21st, 2008 at 3:38am IP Logged TheShadow Kahuna Offline Old Ghost user! My Partition Magic rescue disk informs me that the partition is bad, though while in ghost (via DOS), I can still browse around this disk and its patrtition as if I
- I don't understand that.
- Normally when the special partition is booted and the image file is created from there, the special partition is deleted by ghost once the image creation has succeeded.
- I'm guessing not, but it might be worth a look.
- In DOS we were able to "SYS" the primary drive and everything was back to normal...
- Also, not sure what the '-ir' flag is?Is there a place (similar to how DOS pours out a dictionary of it's commands when one types 'help' at the command prompt) where
- Anonymous a b G Storage 27 June 2005 12:55:00 Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage (More info?) Hi All, Firstly thanks for all the replies to my issue.
- Anonymous a b G Storage 25 June 2005 16:22:00 Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage (More info?) Peter
wrote in message news:[email protected] >> I am not claiming this is the problem.
Brian_K Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 19-Apr-2009 Posts: 5,839 Solutions: 122 Kudos: 662 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 2003 and Windows 7 Posted: 15-Jun-2010 | 1:42PM • Permalink bobsulz wrote:Does anyone know how to The ersatz "Norton Ghost" has taken over the brand name our team built, and we just don't have the political capital or the staff to waste on re-litigating that issue.However, we Get the answer Bob 25 June 2005 01:30:55 Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage (More info?) On 24 Jun 2005 06:10:38 -0700, [email protected] wrote: >Hi Bob, > >I wasnt cloning the system disk You will want to startup the computer with the Ghost program instead of Windows.
Issues I found were: 1) explorer dies 2) couldnt access the disk management console 3) when accessing the user administraion console, some users had a red x icon beside their name If I put a disk in it that has an Active > partition, the BIOS will try to boot from it even though the real > primary partition has not changed Yes. Looking at disk management shows that a possible reason is that the Ghost partition is beyond the bootable sector range of the physical disk, although I've used it before in this
Is there anyway of getting back to the OS? You can use MBR Work to zero the EMBR. As mentioned, > I'm trying to ghost my system disk onto another (larger) disk (all ide) > as a trial backup in case of disk failure. I'm sure he tried to boot his PC with USB hard disk disconnected (presumably without success).
I have done all sorts of dumb things like deleting the ghost partition, trying FIXBOOT, FIXMBR, deleting and replacing files from the XP CD, etc. That approach allows things like OS installers to fiddle with what's bootable and no need the user to change the bios boot priority table. > but it does happen. The very first message that appears, however, should indicate that the external hard drive was found. Again followed > the instructions and selected the location of the image.
Then type ghost and press Enter. check over here Forum SolvedCMOS battery died, replaced, but can't boot system - disk drives not recognized Forum SolvedSystem Crash, Cant even re install windows after wiping disk Forum SolvedHow do I restore my I thought that maybe explaned why I never had a problem with ghost 2003 and windows 7 Dave Brian_K Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 19-Apr-2009 Posts: 5,839 Solutions: 122 Kudos: 662 Kudos0 Xp Repair After Failed Norton Ghost 2003 Started by provocateur , Jan 11 2008 06:13 AM Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Please log in to reply 22 replies to
Reisha Somberg aybarrap1 Home ForumsBlogs Ideas Norton ProductsCommunity Malware Discussion Norton Mobile Products Norton Public Beta Off-Topic Discussion Other Norton ProductsAnnouncements Norton Security Backup Norton Internet Security | Norton 360 | I'm not sure why Ghost is causing problems. Took out the floppy and > rebooted. > > The machine now cant find the OS. his comment is here Follow these steps to create a system image backup.
Or you mentioned that you backed it up on another hdd...? (I'm getting a little confused as to what, if anything, you might have left of the Image.) Anyway, if you
FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestTumblrGoogleMorePocketRedditPrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... bobsulz Regular Visitor3 Reg: 15-Jun-2010 Posts: 10 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 2003 and Windows 7 Posted: 18-Jun-2010 | 12:52AM • Permalink Hi Brian_K, I formatted my HDDs with Indeed it does. But, I would NEVER restore my OS to an untested Hard Drive.
For Dell computers, press F12 at startup for a boot menu and choose the CD/DVD/CD-RW Drive. Have you tried restoring your Ghost 2003 image to a different HD? I'm not familiar with HDHacker. weblink The z2 ensures a relatively fast backup with some compression of data).
Confirm to make the drive compatible, then Click Ok at the About Norton Ghost startup window. I think that my boot sector is corrupt.