Norton Ghost 2003 Output Error
Does anyone have any idear what is causing this Error and how i can go about fixing it. 0 Advertisements #2 admin Posted 26 November 2004 - 08:10 AM admin Founder What can I do? Logged Caroline Lyons Administrator Member Posts: 1411 Re: Ghost 2003 Error Message « Reply #4 on: February 19, 2007, 09:57:50 PM » GaryTo run Ghost using a Command Line switch, click Solved Norton Ghost 2003 and USB 2.0 Hard Drive Conflict Posted on 2004-12-08 Software-Other 1 Verified Solution 8 Comments 3,431 Views Last Modified: 2008-01-09 Hi Ghost Pro's Let me introduce the http://themedemo.net/norton-ghost/norton-ghost-2003-boot-error.html
If it's a partition, you first select the drive and then you will need to select the partition. Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. Join Now For immediate help use Live now! I have windows 2000 and the problem is after so long coping i get an Error message saying A:/GHOSTERR.TXT I press ok and get another error saying Cannot open Ghosterr.TXT insert
I am now in DOS 7.1 Startup Menu. There is also a rather dubious bug in nortons ghost 2003 (dos) or later. AHCI mode produces a blue screen on startup.
- Dave ldvs Contributor4 Reg: 30-Nov-2011 Posts: 20 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 2003 recovery problem Posted: 02-Dec-2011 | 8:18PM • Permalink Yet the attempts to restore is causing this
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- Red, It's not easy to add the drivers to the CD.
- The computer I am trying to restore is seriously infected with a w32 blaster worm could that have an effect on how the hardware responds in the recovery environment?
- As for the alignment issue, I don't think that even matters unless you are restoring an image onto a new drive. I was using it for a windows 7 system before
- I think I've asked before, but have never needed to use it and cannot remember the answer.
AHCI mode produces a blue screen on startup. Will this work even though the backup was was done with Ghost 2003? Thank you very much for helping me think though this!Gary Logged Print Pages:  2 « previous next » Support PCs » Software & Hardware » Software » Solved: Ghost 2003 Pleasecontact your local Symantec Support Center."When creating an image file, the message is often seen after Ghost beginsthe image process while it is doing a check of the directory structure.When you
I personally wouldn't use this old of a version of Ghost with hardware that is capable of AHCI anyway since I have more modern versions available. But you need to change to the CD drive and then enter the "support" folder. I think I've asked before, but have never needed to use it and cannot remember the answer. Let me look for my disk, Dave Brian_K Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 19-Apr-2009 Posts: 5,839 Solutions: 122 Kudos: 662 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 2003 recovery problem Posted: 02-Dec-2011 | 6:39PM • Permalink
If I unplugged USB 2.0 hard drive ghost would start normally and everything works. When I boot to my bootable CD and get to the ghost.exe and press enter, ghost program starts and message box FILE NAME? (546) with the text "output error file to I sure hope one of you guys has a suggestion.What is the reason my image will not complete?Thanks for your time,Gary Logged Caroline Lyons Administrator Member Posts: 1411 Re: Ghost 2003 Oh, in case you didn't see my edit previously, the Ghost 10 SRD works fine with SATA / NTFS drives.
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Once you select the image, on the next screen you select the destination (the partition or disk you want to restore). After clicking "Restore Legacy Ghost Image" I received the message "CD/DVD writing functionality is currently unavailable. Since my hard drives are not SSD's I felt no need to create offset partitions for Windows 7 and just used XP created partitions. his comment is here redk9258 Norton Fighter25 Reg: 22-Feb-2010 Posts: 2,796 Solutions: 119 Kudos: 368 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 2003 recovery problem Posted: 02-Dec-2011 | 10:29PM • Permalink DaveH wrote:I would have thought you could boot
It just doesn't work if you use AHCI. Please try the request again. Type the word Ghost again, hit return, and the Ghost Program initiates.7.
Have you done a chkdsk & defrag?
DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,227 Solutions: 325 Kudos: 1,982 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 2003 recovery problem Posted: 02-Dec-2011 | 9:31PM • Permalink redk9258 wrote: Does the Ghost 9 / 10 But with the Ghost 9 disk you can hit
Your error 434 could also be casued by an error 546. It uses WinPE and not DOS. Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? Everyone sees that.
Me Too0 Last Comment Replies DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,227 Solutions: 325 Kudos: 1,982 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 2003 recovery problem Posted: 02-Dec-2011 | 5:55PM • Permalink Edit- hold The programs I'm referring to are added to a computer that never goes on the net. I think it does, but not in AHCI mode. It will restore Ghost 2003 GHO files.
When Ghost 9 came out, you had to use a floppy to install XP onto a SATA drive anyway so most people who did would know about the floppy routine.