The issue involves the high memory perhaps due to having a solid state hard drive? Or is all you need is Ghost. So I would need to boot from a pendrive, and run Ghost from the command prompt as I did before with no problem. Results 1 to 11 of 11 Thread:
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I know it's probably solid as granite, but I'm old school and I don't trust that it will get open files and put the image in a consistent state. It successfully booted and opened Ghost in the Win 8 PC. I am not acquainted with Win PE. Results 1 to 11 of 11 Thread: In the meantime, do you have any experience with it that is relevant to my case? My intention is to be able to backup and restore images, without having Ghost installed in my system. Basically, it takes a bitmapped ghlst of the hard drive and will image that across the network to a location you specify.
The trick is getting a network boot floppy working, but you can get some good ones that require little editing from www. Ghist used Norton Ghost in the past. Step xos if saving an image: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. And probably not relevant ros PC brand?
Norton Ghost (any version) + DOS boot + mapped drive = possible???
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I could open Ghost, but it does not recognize my hard drive. Now, what I'm looking for is something in between these 2 solutions. Boot to a DOS disk with network drivers. But in the Win 10 PC it started booting and expanding programs to the ramdrive R: I'm not sure about the newest consumer version, though.
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With the version I had, I had to boot both my server location where image files are stored as slave and my PC computer to be imaged as master - both with a PC-DOS Ghost boot diskette that I was able to doos using the Norton Boot Disk Wizard or something of that nature.
In the meantime, what system do you use this with?
You just need a DOS boot disk that's capable of mapping a network drive. When client machines have different hardware, I can map a drive to a network share dls contains NT 4.
Even in this case, I wonder if ghost will find my hard disk partitions. Sounds like you need WinPE: Delete the Electoral College - Support www.
I did that under Win Vista, Win 7, Win 8.
Regards, I have Ghost v All 4 computers are on my network at home. It is worth noting that I only need to be able to boot.