Vista OS can't be installed with the ghost image from ghost HDD.

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by 1538341, Oct 25, 2006.

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    1538341 Guest

    Could help us to resolve following question.

    1.Load BIOS Default settings,save and exit
    2.Install Vista OS RC2.
    3.Make Vista OS to image file to ghost HDD,then ghost OS with the image file
    4.Restart EUT after ghost,but system can prompt message,and can't enter
    Ghost version is 8.0. Then we try to use latest version 10.0. But still
    Thank you very much!!!
    1538341, Oct 25, 2006
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    Rick Rogers Guest

    Rick Rogers, Oct 25, 2006
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    Philly Guest

    Philly, Oct 25, 2006
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    RussellS Guest

    Same here...Ghost 2003 bootable CD works great for creating/restoring Vista
    partitions. Just don't try to install use Ghost from within Windows or mark
    drives. Ghost 2003 was the last version based upon the original Norton
    Ghost software. After that, Symantec changed to DriveImage-based software,
    which they took and completely trashed to where it's unreliable in a lot of
    systems, and marketing it to newbies that will blindly try to use it, then
    trash their systems.

    RussellS, Oct 25, 2006
  5. "Works" does not equal "Supported". Yes, it works; no I won't rely on it
    for anything but personal use.

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    Richard G. Harper, Oct 25, 2006
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    1538341 Guest

    Dear All,

    Thanks your kindly support!
    I will try to get GHOST 2003 to veirfy it. Could you tell us if it support
    32-bit system?
    In addition, according to Symantec' FAQ, the Beta Version has released on
    10/3, cooul you have gotted it?
    1538341, Oct 26, 2006
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    Rick Rogers Guest

    Rick Rogers, Oct 26, 2006
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