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thanks again 0 LVL 116 Overall: Level 116 Windows Server 2008 35 Operating Systems 9 Windows XP 8 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE)2011-09-30 change my bios to boot from the usb drive. Log in to Reply Himanshu Verma on May 5, 2009 at 1:38 am said: And before I forget, thanks a lot all you guys for saving my day. I am certain that the FDISK method would have worked, but your GDISK commands worked flawlessly. http://xhpcreations.com/ghost-error/ghost-error-to-virtual-partition.html

Please help soonest. Thank you for your feedback! Looked like boot partition didn't copy. MySymantec Create and manage cases, manage licensing and renewals, submit threats, and enroll with Symantec Rewards.

For example, Thursdays boot disk backup file was abt 95GB, A backup made two days later was 98GB. Here is how it is done: Stop Ghost and go to a DOS prompt: If running the Ghost DOS client, NGctdos.exe, type Ctrl+X If running the Ghost executable, Ghost.exe, type Ctrl+C Close Login Didn't find the article you were looking for? In either case, the problem can be corrected by downloading the latest NIC driver for the client machine and generating a new template in the Ghost Boot Wizard for that driver/NIC

Although I just removed them from the WinPE boot image, I had the SATA controller and Intel nic drivers injected prior to having the correct image installed on the workstation. http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/ghost.nsf/pfdocs/2002092510522725?Open&docid=2002092510522725&nsf=ghost.nsf&view=docid and here is where you can trouble shoot the problems. however, I do receive the"failed to reboot client to recovery partition error" message. Now Windo Log in to Reply Malcolm on July 18, 2008 at 12:09 pm said: For those reading this later, the best answer I found to my question above is here:

Those files you mention also don't seem to line up with the version of ghost we're running. I am trying to create(pull) an image to the server so that I can have a base image to deploy to future clients. If you go down this road, don't forget to set the primary partition to be bootable. I've only had to unstick one ghost partition this semester, so the info doesn't really qualify for "Hero of the Month", but I think it's better than "Sidekick of the Week"…

If you don't boot into XP, do step #2 and go to: 6a. Join Now For immediate help use Live now! Contact Us Customer and Technical Support phone numbers and hours of operation. Here is what you need to do.

Ask anyone in the IT industry, whether they are a professional or play in it as a hobby. I was thinking that for branch offices I could just create a configuration file with the previous machine information in hopes that it would work but also wanted thoughts from others Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. The XP machine that was running our Solutions Suite has tanked.

Log in to Reply Dave on August 9, 2007 at 9:53 pm said: Here is how I dealt with the same problem. http://xhpcreations.com/ghost-error/ghost-error-53.html And for everyone else that reads this thread about the Ghost Virtual Partition, do NOT use Ghost 2003 on an SATA hard drive. 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 i recall having a similar issue when i changed the sata operation settings in the bios to autodetec /ahci.

All settings when doing the daily backups are the same.

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Sound good to you? Solution This error message can be caused by an incorrect driver being loaded in the NIC template, or by the NIC template being corrupted. These are the questions I need answered. 1.

On my ASUS mobo, I needed to set the ide configuration to “Compatible”.

I assume that you do not care about the data on the disks and that you want to re-image it completely. I assume Ghost moved the orig partition to LBA 67. 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 Provide feedback on this article Request Assistance Print Article Subscribe to this Article Manage your Subscriptions Search Again Situation You receive an error when you create a clone task to deploy

I have a couple of questions that - Is Ghost v12 fully compatible with Ghost v10 disk images? - Does Ghost v12 offer any good features that v10 doesn't offer? then ghreboot. Log in to Reply Phatboy on October 25, 2007 at 11:29 pm said: You guys with the Fdisk idea are awesome! http://xhpcreations.com/ghost-error/symantec-ghost.html Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.

Thanks for this thread. This usually does not involve any recovery partition. However, I recently tried pushing an image to a station at a branch location and everything seems to have pushed correctly except for the Configuration portion of the push. with step 4 and 5, if the computer stops responding, try the /i option, ie. 4. >gdisk 1 /act /p:1 /i 5. >gdisk 1 /del /p:2 /i hope this helps …