I tried upgrading my primary OS from a corrupt Win2k to a fresh one and now it won't load. It gets as far as the Windows is starting screen and then I get a horrid blue screen saying that the hard disk could be corrupt. I've tried a repair but it hasn't worked. I ran chkdsk in the repair console and it said everything was fine.
Luckily, or so I thought, I took a Ghost image of the drive with Norton Ghost 2002 before the reinstall. I burned the image direct to CD but didn't make it bootable. Now when I load up Ghost from the boot floppy, it doesn't see the drive for me to copy the image back from the CD ROM to the partition. Is there any way of solving this problem?
The failure of the new install to boot may be to do with my being asked for IdeChnDr.sys for the Intel Ultra ATA 100 storage device. I didn't have this file on any of my CD ROMS so clicked Cancel. I can't even boot into safe mode.
So question 1:
1. Can I use Ghost to get things back to the way they were using the image I have on CD and
2. Could I somehow download the Intel ATA device and install it from the recovery console? If so, I'll need instructions on how to copy files from a command prompt.