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It could not properly access my SATA drives once it booted into the Ghost Virtual Partition. go to c: drive (where the virtual drive is) 3. If I find the soln I'll let u know. Thanks a ton for posting the fix. have a peek at these guys

Make Disk 0 active (right click/make active) 5. Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. You can see in the image I uploaded. 0 LVL 116 Overall: Level 116 Windows Server 2008 35 Operating Systems 9 Windows XP 8 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Andrew what components to use in which order  

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0 0 02/04/14--03:15: Ghost Solution Suite and Windows licensing Contact us about this article I need a solution Hello, My company intends to deploy DELL laptop computers He installed it off a usb drive. Is there any other method to this madness or am I stuck with the BIOS method?

Close Login Didn't find the article you were looking for? We only have one image that we have used for other deployments. Can you open a console (cmd.exe) while under WinPE and: - connect to the share that hosts your .gho file (net use g: \\\ /user: ) - launch ghost32 - select Log in to Reply badrah on June 8, 2007 at 8:30 pm said: try this: 1.

I started disk to disk Ghosting & the setup completed without any errors but upon reset, the slave laptop came up with boot error. The drive is a 150GB SSD. If I shouldn't delete it this way, please tell me. http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/virtual-partition-failed-reboot-client-recovery-partition Type FDISK, it will display options.

i recall having a similar issue when i changed the sata operation settings in the bios to autodetec /ahci. the others workstations are legacy opti 260's 0 LVL 116 Overall: Level 116 Windows Server 2008 35 Operating Systems 9 Windows XP 8 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Andrew Hancock cd ghost 4. >gdisk 1 /act /p:1 5. >gdisk 1 /del /p:2 6. the hard drive was beginning to degrade..i managed to do a scan disk and made it stable enough to ghost it to a new hard drive..now ive used ghost before..but something

Gimme some dap! The good news is that setting the machine is really easy once you know how. Check the PC, you are trying to Ghost, is the disk defragmented, does it had enough free disk space. Do you think this can be causing chaos?

I wasn't looking forward to telling my wife that my simple Ghost backup of her only work computer managed to screw up her machine. More about the author According to Symantec KB's, my issue relates to an incorrect NIC. You can then move on to fix the problem with minimal fuss, and get on with distributing the virus known as "Windows". Go to Manage/DiskManagement and delete the Ghost virtual partition. 4.

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 Howerver, I wonder if this problem is occuring because of the incorrect image that was initially installed or because of an actual issue with ghost. thanks for your input. 0 Message Active today Author Comment by:tobe14242011-10-04 the personell has not made the bios changed to 'legacy' but I have a feeling that will not do check my blog Log in to Reply Delbert Ton on August 4, 2006 at 7:47 pm said: On what Ginny Gilmore said, I also have the following files in the GHOST directory.

thanks alot for the threads think i will be able to do it. the other problem is that my computer doesn't have a floppy drive, so I can't boot from anything. Is there a way to copy the whole image with boot partition from first laptop (master) to second (slave)?   Apologies if I posted my question in incorrect forum.

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an image for the same hardware, you could experience issues when the PC starts with that image. 0 Message Active today Author Comment by:tobe14242011-09-30 The personell that installed the image Also if needed the error that is being thrown during the eval step is: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Missing driver detected: type = NETWORK DRIVER PCI ID = PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0085&SUBSYS_13118086&REV_34 Desc = @system32\drivers\pci.sys,#640;Network Controller Warning Try these resources. 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

These machines come back every three months or so.   Looking forward to your informed answers ! I went through years of booting into DOS, and running fdisk from a floppy whenever this happened to me before I realized that fixing it is just a simple command that Log in to Reply Renato on February 22, 2009 at 10:00 pm said: DAVE The hammer with the mouse thing worked….I thank you deeply for saving my XP ass….You are right http://imagextension.com/ghost-error/ghost-error-470.php Any suggestions for pushing images to branch offices?

By the way Symantec sucks! What is the Ghost Boot Wizard now called? Is it what you are trying to do? 0 Message Active today Author Comment by:tobe14242011-09-30 Yes I am using a gho file to push the image to the client. So .....How do I get ghost explorer to close elegantly and automatically on a failure.

however, I do receive the"failed to reboot client to recovery partition error" message. Click on the Backup Exec button in the upper left corner. You saved my bacon. I've picked up the instructions on how to upgrade the product, and this involves: - fetching the .gho file on the ftp server which contains the new firmware version. - now

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