Norton Ghost 12 Dos Version Check

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Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage () I need help on restoring a Ghost image that was backed up on a set of CDs. First I backed up the first partition to 4 CD-Rs.and also the whole drive to 8 CD-Rs. Turanskaya nizmennostj na karte.

At first I was doing an integrity check and it ran into a problem at the ending of the second of the 4 CD-Rs. I kept trying to reboot to Windows but it wasn't working. Also, I don't know if this messed anything up but it gave me the option of removing the Virtual Disk Partition, and I did. Then it was asking where the command interpreter was. With both images--image of 4 CD-Rs and 8 CD-Rs--after putting in the second CD-R it gives a Ghost compression error. I've been booting with an MS-DOS disk that has CD-ROM driver support and then using a Ghost disk. On the second CD-R it had me back up the error to the floppy drive A as a text file.

The text file read as shown below. The computer has Windows 98, with about a 10 Gig Hard Drive. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage () Your integrity check failed. Unless there is an optical imperfection (dirt, scratch) on that second CD, that you would be able to remove, there is not much you can do.

Just create another set AND RUN INTEGRITY CHECK AGAIN. That is especially important when writing directly to CD-Rs (your experience has proven it). What about the other set? Did you run integrity check on those too? Otherwise it will not be possible to restore disk/partition from that set. If you attempt to do that, you will end up with corrupted disk and corrupted image on CDRs, without any good backup. I hate this image strategy.

It is slow, prone to CDR related errors, costly and manual. Why not to image to the network share? Wrote in message news:40411b2d.2cc93a5d@posting.google.com. > I need help on restoring a Ghost image that was backed up on > a set of CDs. First I backed up the first partition to 4 CD-Rs.and > also the whole drive to 8 CD-Rs. > > At first I was doing an integrity check and it ran into a problem at > the ending of the second of the 4 CD-Rs. I kept trying to reboot to >Free language translation software download. Windows but it wasn't working.

Also, I don't know if this messed > anything up but it gave me the option of removing the Virtual Disk > Partition, and I did. Then it was asking where the command > interpreter was. > > With both images--image of 4 CD-Rs and 8 CD-Rs--after putting in the > second CD-R it gives a Ghost compression error. I've been booting > with an MS-DOS disk that has CD-ROM driver support and then using a > Ghost disk. > > On the second CD-R it had me back up the error to the floppy drive A > as a text file. The text file read as shown below.

The computer has > Windows 98, with about a 10 Gig Hard Drive.

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Ok, Norton Ghost 2003 clearly has problems with HDDs >= 1TB in size. Symantec Ghost Corporate Edition 11.5.0.2165 (is that the latest update?) does indeed support DOS (and I think HDDs >= 1TB as well).

However, the latest Norton Ghost 14 seems to have abandoned DOS altogether in favour of a VistaPE CD or something. Now my question is, since the Corp. Seems to be based on an older 11.x version of Norton Ghost, is that the last version to support DOS (and huge HDDs)? Or did Norton Ghost 12 and 13 support DOS (and huge HDDs) as well? Also, I have an external Seagate USB 2.0 FreeAgent Desktop HDD (. Ghost has had an interesting evolution through the versions. Ghost 2003 was the last consumer version of Ghost that used DOS and the virtual partition method for imaging.

Starting with Ghost 9, the consumer version used Win PE for image restores and the powerquest based technologies found in Drive Image, Live State Recovery, and Backup Exec System Recovery. Meanwhile, Ghost corporate became the Ghost Solution Suite and is up to GSS 2.0 the last I heard. I believe GSS 2 will support greater than 1 TB, but I'm not sure. I would recommend going to the Enterprise forum at and asking there. They should be able to answer your question with respect to GSS. As to tips with the external USB, make sure you only have one USB connection. DOS has problems with trying to use more than one active USB connection.