Norton Ghost 2003 Doesn't Work With XP

  chubbs 17:02 10 May 04
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I have been using Ghost with Win98 and cloning my C drive (OS and all Programs) onto an extended partition (my D drive). When the C drive got clogged with the rubbish generated by Windows and the Internet I could clone D back to C and have a pristine system once more.
I'm now using XP and this just doesn't work. Symantec advertise Ghost 2003 as being compatible with XP and files do get transferred but after the black XP intro screen the blue splash screen comes up and the system freezes.
Symantec don't know the answer. Does anyone else?

  AcidBurn7uk 17:24 10 May 04

Can you still make clones. I has the problem of being able to make a clone, but never restore it from multiple CD's? I also would be happy if somebody can help!

  GaT7 17:31 10 May 04

Sorry may be a silly question, but is the Norton Ghost 2003 you're using a standalone program or part of a suite - e.g. part of Norton SystemWorks 2003 Pro?

  wellyboot 17:50 10 May 04

I,ve used ghost 2003 many a time on XP but you have to run it from a floppy disc booting up from the floppy

  jimv7 17:56 10 May 04

chubbs, use ghost to create a boot floppy, and run ghost that way.

AcidBurn7uk, check the settings in ghost options are set to enable spanning.

  anchor 19:23 10 May 04

Excellent Shockwave tutorials for Norton Ghost 2003 here:

click here

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