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Norton Ghost and span segment

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  1. ad4834

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    Hello, I made a ghost image on a second hard drive. Ghost span the image in 3 files with the extention (GHS). My problem is, I did create the image using a file name with more than 8 letters with a space between one of them. Ghost who works in dos mode can not see or can not understand my file name, so ghost stop working after 25% of the backup and start asking me that he can not find the span segment! What should I do, thanks.
     
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    Have you tried renaming them all to 8 character names?
     
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    Thanks for your help!... I had two hard drives, one which is not detected and the other one who has copy of the data made with ghost. Unfortunatly, my ghost image is looking for a segment who apparantly is there but for no reason it does see it.
     
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    Yes I did
     
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