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Glad I found you're info.FWIW, Ghosting 38gig over usb2 from a 40 gig 5400 rpm to a 100gig 7200 rpm took just under 1 hour.Thanks again,z Radified Community Forums » Powered Per Symantec recommendation, I am running Diskeeper. Iwill throw all norton cds away after this Log in to Reply Malcolm on July 6, 2008 at 11:42 pm said: Question: I was able to reboot(and it is working normally I can't see how deleting the file this way will cause a problem since it is booting properly. Source

It supports all 4 formats (-/+R & -/+RW). The MBR may be fragmented on my computer. MIGHT well work, but buggered if I want to find out it doesnt work when I really need it. Staff Online Now Triple6 Moderator davehc Trusted Advisor flavallee Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > All Other Software > Home Forums Forums Quick Links

Thanks again dude. Log in to Reply Vince on April 10, 2007 at 12:37 pm said: The fdisk did the trick. bobsulz Regular Visitor3 Reg: 15-Jun-2010 Posts: 10 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 2003 and Windows 7 Posted: 16-Jun-2010 | 12:56AM • Permalink Thanks Brian_k.  This morning first thing, before I

I know sometimes Ghost 2003 requires two floppies - I have not tried this configuration yet. I guess perhaps making a Nero boot CD and adding the files from here (" If you have problems with the Ghost boot floppy, I have posted alternative boot files here. http://216.77.188.54/coDataImages/p/Groups/176/176523/folders/122427/1388348ME320pic.jpgDespite its flimsy 'plastic' appearance above, it has proven to be a stout device while undergoing numerous swapouts of physical HDDs. I got VM's of windows 95 through windows 7 and I actually have 98se installed on some physical machines but thats a long story.

What do i change in fdisk to go back to windows, sorry guys i am not used to ghost 2003 or fdisk, i dont want to loose any data as i Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller Or any different sollution? It can do individual sector zeroing. I made my images using the Windows Ghost program wizard.

I have never been able to resolve the problem, so I check Disk Management after I boot. I will be keeping my ghost images on the second hard disk, at least until I get a DVD burner anyway. #1 Davegod, Mar 29, 2004 Loading... What version are you running? Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.

Davegod Platinum Member Joined: Nov 26, 2001 Messages: 2,874 Likes Received: 0 Since I dont have a floppy connected to this PC, is it possible to make a boot CD for You saved my bacon. Bootable CDs sound like your only option at this point, unless you can either a) boot from a usb key, or b) temporarily install a spare floppy in the machine that Thanks again sweetie 26-02-2003,08:19 PM #12 Steve_L Guest Re: Norton Ghost DOS Restart Jen (or anyone else following this thread), I have checked the Ghosted Image CD and it only

Brian_K Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 19-Apr-2009 Posts: 5,878 Solutions: 123 Kudos: 669 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 2003 and Windows 7 Posted: 15-Jun-2010 | 1:42PM • Permalink bobsulz wrote:Does anyone know how to http://popupjammer.com/yet-another/yet-another-need-help-about-bsod-thread.html Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. I was hoping for a quick and dirty way to make a CD act like the old-style ghost and enable me to do a partition to disk overwrite of what's currently Ghost 2003 has been a rock solid utility until now.

Anyways, my autoexec.bat file looks like this: @echo off prompt $p$g mscdex /L /d:mscd001 \net\netbind.com MOUSE.COM cd \ghost echo Loading... You can use MBR Work to zero the EMBR. try this: 1. have a peek here MIGHT well work, but buggered if I want to find out it doesnt work when I really need it.

This zeroes LBA 1-62 but doesn't touch your MBR so you won't lose your partition table. Type FDISK, it will display options. The SRP is the 100 MB System Reserved Partition that is created when you install Win7 to unallocated space.

Log in to Reply Juan Alcantara on March 4, 2010 at 9:15 pm said: The /i switch fixed this annoying issue for me.

If I shouldn't delete it this way, please tell me. Ref: page 213 I hope this helps, and has not confused the matter further :-) Cheers Jen 26-02-2003,10:48 PM #14 Steve_L Guest Re: Norton Ghost DOS Restart <<- Insert the backup Edit.... thanks for all the help Log in to Reply Nick on February 22, 2007 at 7:51 pm said: Amazing - I had exactly the same problem yesterday myself and after trying

There is an option for USB 1.1 or USB 2 (not sure of the decimal place numerals but it is basically USB 1 or 2. Here is how it actually went down:(1) Formatted 60GB Maxtor DiamondMax Plus HDD as single C: NTFS primary active partition mounted in a USB 2.0 ByteccUSA ME-320U2 external enclosure kit;(2) Formatted Are these relevant? Check This Out I just wish my CD would work! -Tartarus xBdTartarus, Jun 27, 2007 #14 JohnWill Retired Moderator Joined: Oct 19, 2002 Messages: 106,414 I think I've invested about all the time

You saved the day! xBdTartarus, Jun 25, 2007 #3 xBdTartarus Thread Starter Joined: Nov 1, 2006 Messages: 32 When I boot with the CD it appears to be working until it says that the "Device Make sure you have a mouse app. Title: Re: USB/GHOST 2003: Panasonic drivers now XP-based Post by El_Pescador on Jun 16th, 2005 at 1:23am OfficeDespot wrote on Jun 16th, 2005 at 12:23am:"...

Merry Christmas! 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 Choose the middle one (Goingby memory here sorry) and tell it you wanna make a Boot Disk.>> Yes, I have done this: made a bootable DOS floppy, and it works. GHOST.EXE -nousb And the entire floppy looks like this: -||GHOST ---GHOST.EXE -||NET ---B57.dos ---DIS_PKT.DOS ---NETBIND.COM ---PROTMAN.DOS ---PROTMAN.EXE ---PROTOCOL.INI -AUTOEXEC.BAT -COMMAND.COM -CONFIG.SYS -IO.SYS -MOUSE.COM -MOUSE.INI -mscdex.exe -MSDOS.SYS -oakcdrom.sys Is there anything wrong

Now when I go to reinstall it takes 5 mins...and thats not an exageration. #2 warcrow, Mar 29, 2004 Davegod Platinum Member Joined: Nov 26, 2001 Messages: 2,874 Likes Received: post#11 http://radified.com/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1266913744/0 Brian- I'm sure you already found this but to limit the amount of RAM in windows 98 you edit the system.ini and under the [vcache] section add a line: