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GHOST Partition to Partition Restore using Command Line

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  1. scj6771

    scj6771 Thread Starter

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    I am using Ghost version 8.3 and have only my C: drive and a partition off of that (D:) that contains the Ghost image. This is what I have and it does not seem to be working:

    ghost32 -clone,mode=pload,src=0\2530P_01-19-10\2530P:0,dst=0:0

    PLEASE pardon my lack of knowledge, I usually just boot into BARTPE and image the machine by pulling the images off the server.

    But I have created the image of the entire C: drive including the D: (which contains the Ghost image) and wish to image the machine from that image on the D: drive.

    Can I do it from inside Windows?
     
  2. leroys1000

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    If you have ghost installed on windows,run the
    program and select create bootable media.
    You can make a boot disk and boot to it.
    It has a graphical user interface,so you don't need
    to use the command line.
    You should be able to restore the C: partition and MBR.
    You won't be able to restore the D: partition as the image
    is on that partition and you can't restore to the same partition
    that you are running the image from.
     
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