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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by QBA, Nov 11, 2001.

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  1. QBA

    QBA Thread Starter

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    HI

    I'm using a Norton floppy disk to boot my system and back up my system files from C:/ into one of my other hard drivers D:/, but once I get to the part that say "file name to copy the image to", under look in: it only shows the floppy drive, as a choice to back my C:/ files to.

    What can I do to be able to have my D:/ hard drvie showing as a option to choose from, using Norton boot disk?

    Thanks

    Alex
     
  2. crjdriver

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    What version of ghost are you using? I think version 6.5 [2001] and above support win2k. This is probably a silly question, however are clicking the down arrow to display all available drives?
     
  3. Max19

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    Is your D:\ drive using the NTFS file system? If you're using the personal verison of ghost (ghostpe.exe), you won't be able to directly ghost an image to an NTFS partition/drive.

    http://service4.symantec.com/SUPPOR...ymantec.com/custom/us/techsupp/kb/query.html?*col=kb%20us*st=1*nh=10*pcode=ghost*qp=url:/ghost.nsf/e44a397a948bb43e85256952006d83d1,url:us-sarc,url:us-ts,url:us-cs*qt=ntfs*miniver=ghost2001*sone=ghost2001_tasks.html*stg=3*prod=Norton%20Ghost*ver=2001%20for%20Windows%2095/98/Me/NT/2000*base=http://www.symantec.com/techsupp/ghost/*next=ghost2001_contact_tscs_other.html&sone=ghost2001_tasks.html&stg=3&prod=Norton%20Ghost&ver=2001%20for%20Windows%2095/98/Me/NT/2000&base=http://www.symantec.com/techsupp/ghost/&next=ghost2001_contact_tscs_other.html&src=sg&pcode=ghost
     
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