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We can never get at the root of the problem. Posted: Feb 19, 2007 12:54 PM Feb 19, 2007 12:54 PM Gary Reed Reply Which version of Norton Ghost did you hear this about? It appears only ghost 10 is being supported with current updates.Gary Logged Reed Member Posts: 153 Re: Ghost 2003 Error Message « Reply #13 on: February 25, 2007, 01:27:40 AM » I assume Ghost is using the latest Live Updates? navigate here

Logged Freelance IT Journalist/Tech Reed Member Posts: 153 Re: Ghost 2003 Error Message « Reply #7 on: February 21, 2007, 01:27:35 AM » Hi Caroline:No I haven't tried Symantec suggestion of Logged Freelance IT Journalist/Tech Reed Member Posts: 153 Re: Ghost 2003 Error Message « Reply #2 on: February 19, 2007, 08:16:25 PM » Hi Caroline:Is your floppy disk write-protected?Yes, but this If I try to do anything, I get an error message saying "Cannot open Ghosterr.text - insert diskette (434). If so, this would generate an error whilst attempting to write to the disk.

I’ve done this at least 50 times before. There is some discussion of this at http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=181082&SiteID=1As for Norton Ghost 9 and 10, they are not compatible with Vista, but that product line (also available under the name as "Norton No access. This has happened before, and a total re-install had to be finally performed.

I remembered something being stated, to the issue that Ghost needs room on the "source" drive to prepare the "image" for the "destination drive". The last consumer version of "classic" Ghost is Ghost 2003, but the original Ghost program is still being actively developed for business use as part of Ghost Solution Suite, which does 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 Type the word Ghost again, hit return, and the Ghost Program initiates.7.

Start > Run and type cmd then type the switch. It's used for recording music only. Logged Freelance IT Journalist/Tech Reed Member Posts: 153 Re: Ghost 2003 Error Message « Reply #12 on: February 24, 2007, 02:43:14 PM » Hi Caroline:Have you tried the suggestion from Symantec?Answer: Extortion!The only thing that has happened since my last ghost is the addition of some programs.

Norton will not respend unless you pay their fee. Logged Caroline Lyons Administrator Member Posts: 1411 Re: Ghost 2003 Error Message « Reply #8 on: February 22, 2007, 12:42:53 AM » You type the switch into a command line. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. The PC automatically accesses the a: drive Floppy and I end up with with the DOS prompt A: 5.

Logged Freelance IT Journalist/Tech Reed Member Posts: 153 Re: Ghost 2003 Error Message « Reply #9 on: February 22, 2007, 01:49:32 AM » I'll try in this weekend.Heaven help me!Thanks Logged logo-symantec-dark-source Loading Your Community Experience Symantec Connect You will need to enable Javascript in your browser to access this site. © 2016 logo-symantec-dark-source Loading Your Community Experience Symantec Connect You will If so, can you open it please and copy & paste its contents. Maybe I should disable them to avoid the cache snag spoken of above.This all came about after I had changed the Lithium Baterry on the Motherboard a few days ago.

Have you done a chkdsk & defrag? check over here Turn on PC4. I start my ghosting.Where do I type the suggestions? If this is your first visit please read our Announcements section to familiarise yourself with our guidelines Home Help Login Register Support PCs » Software & Hardware » Software » Solved:

Ghost.exe -ws- -wd-orghost.exe -afile=c:\errorfile.txtThanks for your patience,GaryPs - I'm trying to solve this with you in between my work schedule so I may not be able to respond immediatly. The programs I'm referring to are added to a computer that never goes on the net. The ghost program appeared to be working until it got about 95% completed, and then it came up with a file name? (546) message saying "Output error file to the following his comment is here Neither of the boot disks helps the problem.I rebooted and the computer is going through some process of deleting and recovering orphaned files.

Type the following:ghost.exe -afile=c:\errorfile.txtThis would attempt to create the error file in the root of your hard drive - you can then hopefully view the error file to give an indication Remember that Norton Ghost 2003 was replaced by Norton Ghost 9 and 10, neither of which are actually based on "classic" Ghost, but are Windows-based products built on the PowerQuest V2i I'm performing a "Scan Disk" at the moment and will "Defrag" next and try to ghost again.What do you make of this?Thanks, GaryBTW: Below is a suggestion from the Froum at

To resolve the problem, use the -WS- and -WD- switches to turn off Ghost caching: Ghost.exe -ws- -wd-I did look at my Bios and Cache 1 and 2 are "enabled".

Does ghosterr.txt exist on the floppy? Having only 9GB left I've deleted some junk and got my Free Space up to 23.5GB. I take out this first floppy and insert floppy #2 and type at the a: prompt "CD Ghost" then hit return.6. 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

Thank you very much for helping me think though this!Gary Logged Print Pages: [1] 2 « previous next » Support PCs » Software & Hardware » Software » Solved: Ghost 2003 The computer is off.2. Your cache administrator is webmaster. weblink So I think the CMOS got changed.Thanks,Gary Logged Caroline Lyons Administrator Member Posts: 1411 Re: Ghost 2003 Error Message « Reply #6 on: February 20, 2007, 12:46:28 PM » GaryHave you

Please try the request again. It looks like a NT fragmentation problem. Logged Freelance IT Journalist/Tech Reed Member Posts: 153 Re: Ghost 2003 Error Message « Reply #5 on: February 20, 2007, 03:44:18 AM » Hi Caroline:I found this info on the error I insert the first of two floppy 3-1/2" disks in a: drive3.

Generated Fri, 21 Oct 2016 23:20:38 GMT by s_wx1157 (squid/3.5.20) It will give us more of an idea what's going on. ghost.exe -afile=c:\errorfile.txt To be honest, I don't know how to implement either suggestions.I'm not great at DOS.Here's what I do to ghost:1. You may have to type the full path to the Ghost.exe file first - make sure you leave the spaces as shown.