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Create a SymAccount now!' Support / Didn't find the article you were looking for? There is no mention ANYWHERE of lack of support for>>>>FAT32.>>>>>Seems like before you would criticize me, you would do the basics of>>>research at Symantec's site.>>>>>>>>>>>>"Irwin" wrote in message>>>news:[email protected]>>>>>>>Thank you Tom, I think I had about 13 operating systems going before the whole thing went south.  I started trying to boot 98 and ME would start and then the whole thing fell In Symantec Ghost 8.x and Norton Ghost 2003, open Ghost Boot Wizard and choose the option Standard Ghost Boot Disk. have a peek here

Thanks for the help.>> >>> > Irwin>> >> AnonymousDec 25, 2004, 7:23 AM Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage (More info?)Tom,I did not mean for you to feel bad, it is just that If I uncheck the> > removable> >> > box> >> >> > in properties, then my computer won't see the USB drive atall.> >> >> > So, now what? I know that Ghost 2003>>>>>supports FAT 16 and FAT 32 from both floppy and hard drive.>>>>>>Restating>>>>>>>>the issue, the problem is that the Guest.exe the floppy version of>>>>>Ghost 2003 uses does not Directions on their site how to make the "boot cd" a bootable usb stick.

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The second has the ghost.exe program onit. Apparently, PM won't work on removable> drives. from the boot menu select either the USB 1.1 or 2.0 drivers3.

Urgent Customer Issues If you are experiencing an issue that needs urgent assistance please visit our customer support area: Chat with Norton Support @NortonSupport on Twitter Who's online There are currently There are two issues here. Many thanks for all your help mate but I shouldn't worry about it, treat it as the one that got away. Ghost Boot Usb Ghost 2003 happily>> supports Fat32.

Products Products Home Services Services Home Solutions Solutions Home Support Center Security Center Security Center Home Partner United States / English Sign In/Register Hi My Account Log out Search There is Ghost Iso Download I don't know that the boot disk version does, but Ghost> > itself does.> >>"Irwin" wrote in message>>news:[email protected]>>>>>I was surprised when I see that Ghost 2003 from boot disks will for sharing his experience. For file copies from the root of a CD, I'm not sure if the "read only" attributes would cause a problem.  Some files may need that attribute cleared once they are

Because I have an NT box, and NT does not support USB, and I want> to back up the NT box to the external USB drive. Norton Ghost 11.5 Iso Everything I saw via Google says>>>that Guest.exe will not support FAT32. I placed an IDE hard drive in it with all the images of PCs that I GHOST on a regular basis. To provide driver files to Ghost on demand.

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Dave DStain Norton Fighter25 Reg: 26-Aug-2010 Posts: 1,902 Solutions: 41 Kudos: 119 Kudos0 Re: Ghost.exe and external USB-Firewire Drives Posted: 26-Feb-2011 | 6:01AM • Permalink Thanks Dave, I will give it Back to this topic, it appears to be more complicated than that,>as I have learned in the interval. Symantec Ghost Boot Disk I'm interested in trying that but I would be carefull writing to the drive, who knows where it would end up. Ghost Boot Disk Creator From Daniel, Ottawa I just purchaced a USB 2.0 Drive Kit at COSCO.

It should be on the first floppy in the "firewire" folder. navigate here To see the list of tested drives, see the document Norton Ghost 2003 compatibility with CD-R, CD-RW, and DVD drives. Because I have an NT box, and NT does not support USB, and I>>>>>>want>>>>>>>>to back up the NT box to the external USB drive. Given that FAT partitions are 2 gb max, how is one>>> supposed to used that to back up a large drive?>>>>>> Anyhow, I tried to use Partition Magic 8 to divide Norton Ghost 15 Bootable Cd Iso Download

It is a big multi-boot. Ask the experts! I did seeseveral other USB drivers at other sites, and perhaps I will have totry one of them.Happy Holiday,IrwinTom Scales wrote:> According to Symantec's knowledgebase, it is supported.>> Here are some Check This Out There is no mention ANYWHERE of lack of support for> > FAT32.> >>> >> Seems like before you would criticize me, you would do the basicsof> >> research at Symantec's site.>

Newer versions have a free alternative to Norton Ghost, older versions have the real Norton Ghost (though it is shareware). Ghost Boot Wizard Download Ask a new question Read More USB Drive Storage Related Resources solved Ghost drive showing on PC Windows showing Ghost CD Drive solved Why Ghost in MS-Dos not recognize HDD Usb3.0? Thanks for the help.>>>>>>>>>>>>Irwin>>>>>>>>>>> > AnonymousDec 26, 2004, 5:12 PM Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage (More info?)I don't think he's using Guest at all.

Why do I want to use floppies, you mayask?

more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Here are some ways to create the disk: (Note that in each case, the floppy disk does not load CD/DVD R/RW driver files.) Create a system disk, and then copy the I wanted to access the external drive to run a disk wiping program. Ghost 11.5 Bootable Usb You only need to make the first disk and then cancell it.  The second disk will be the same as Disk #2 on the last set you made.

Does just 'rm -rf' delete any files? This is the latest GHOST2003 version (use Liveupdate repeatedly until it finds no updates).By the way, GUEST is used only to assign drive letter to the drives when booting from CDR. On the bottom left it shows all the drives, see if it can access your USB and Firewire drives. this contact form If you answer Yes, Ghost prompts for the location of the CD-R/RW driver files, because these files are not included by default on the bootable floppy disk that you started the

takfuji Contributor4 Reg: 17-Feb-2009 Posts: 23 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Ghost, copy to USB HDD with USB boot floppy Posted: 17-Feb-2009 | 7:57PM • 8 Replies • Permalink I made I have a disk image (ghost) of the disk that I need to restore back onto the laptop. There is no mention ANYWHERE of lack of support for> FAT32.>>>> Seems like before you would criticize me, you would do the basics of>> research at Symantec's site.>>>>>>>> "Irwin" wrote I think that may have been another reason I prefered to extract them all from a cab or zip file.

I suppose I can stick the usb driver on the flash drive and forget the firewire but that isn't proving anything is it? In order for the USB drive to work in windows, it has to beset> > as a removable drive in its properties. This works... It appears that the Ghost 2003>floppy will behave differently on different machines.

You supply the drivers by telling Ghost where to find the files. What do I do then assuming that I want to use>>>>>>the>>>>>>>>floppy DOS version of Ghost? Apparently, PM won't work on> removable>> > drives. you can also use batch file to automate it and only extract the files when needed.

Subscribed! Given that most externalUSB> > drives are much bigger than 2 gb, the limit for FAT 16, most willbe> > formatted as FAT 32.