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Norton Ghost PE error message

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Daniel Davis, Nov 23, 2001.

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  1. Daniel Davis

    Daniel Davis Thread Starter

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    I just tried to clone a 15gig hard drive onto an identical hd on the same system. I left the process running (It was about 50% done when I left.) and when I got back...there was a red exclamation point on the screen and the following error message:

    An internal inconsistency has been detected.
    If this problem persists, please contact your local Symantec support center.

    Abort: 18500 Reading beyond source partition boundary.
    Isector= 3025406, isects=1, first_sect=63, numsects=16450497
    Abort details output to Ghost.err. Please contact your local symantec support center


    Can anyone help me find out what happened?
     
  2. Davey7549

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    Here is the formal explanation of your error from Norton and possible fixes.
    Let us know how it turns out.
    Click Here for Norton article.
    Dave
     
  3. Daniel Davis

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    Dave..

    Well, that bulletin got me on two issues. One: I did indeed change motherboards and Two: I'm using Ghost 2000, which won't go beyond 12gigs. I have 2002..just haven't installed it yet. Maybe that will work. The whole reason I got ghost was so I wouldn't have to strip everything down and start over. May have to do that afterall.


     
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    Hope you get it worked out, keep us posted on your progress and ask if you have any more questions.
    Dave
     
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