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destination partition is dimmed while restoring from image with ghostpe

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  1. shahid

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    Hi everyone,

    I have created an image file from one of the partitions containing windows 2000 professional. I have a dual boot pc running Linux version 8 and windows 2000 with the GRUB boot loader.
    After creating the image file which i stored on another FAT32 Partition on the same Hard Disk, and it has passed integrity check, I'm unable to restore the same to the original partition simply because it appears dimmed when ghostpe asks me to select the destination partition. I have one primary NTFS partition with windows 2000 on it and the rest are logical drives including Linux ones (as ghostpe shows it ).

    Could anyone tell me how to correct this situation. I had an image file from which i was successful to restore this partition though.

    Thanks
     
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