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Error message trying to back up Drive to USB external hard drive

My hard drive has 3 partitions with Norton Ghost 9
Error message is OxEBAB001A
From the Norton Ghost manual how do I check disk management for missing or old volumes?
I have previously backed up drives C and D to the external hard drive with no problem using Ghost
Am only a very amateur amateur!

John from Devon

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Hi there,

Norton has a very good chat session and e-mail respond. I have the same problem with Ghost, It will not back up my pre-installed partition. :O(

You can also try to contact your computer support Team ( now I do not know which computer you have), If you give me the model and name i can provide the link to you.

Hope that helps
Have a nice day over there
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HI all , i took an image with Ghost 2003 , and when i'm trying to restore it this error occurs : Error Number: (11086) Message: Not enough room on target partition Version: 2003.793 (Dec 17 2003,...


Ghost 2003 isn't going to be aware of partitions over 1TB; its notion of 32bit is of course cruftier than Win7's. That said, it sounds like either the target partition (or disk) is smaller than when you started or you didn't check the box to overwrite the partition/disk/whatever. It's easy to miss a checkmark and be stuck waiting 4 minutes for Ghost to report what's obvious...obvious if all the information's in front of you. That's definitely a pencil-in-hand application, Ghost is. Have another go.

Just make sure you have the space and that Ghost knows you want to write over it. You can (almost) always restore a partition to a new disk and tell it to use the whole disk for the partition (make it bootable, etc.)

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"Unable to find a free MBR slot in virtual partition.dll usually due to no free...


Situation:
When attempting to run an operation in Ghost that requires a reboot into the virtual partition, you receive the error "Unable to find a free MBR slot in virtual partition.dll--usually due to no free slots on disk."

Solution:
This problem occurs when the client computer has used up all four primary partitions in the partition table of the boot drive. An Extended partition takes up one Primary Slot, so having three Primary partitions and one Extended partition would also cause this issue.

Computer architecture allows each hard drive to have no more than four primary partitions (the other partitions are extended partitions). Because the Ghost Virtual Partition is implemented as a primary partition, you see this message when the disk is using all four primary partitions and does not have an available slot for the virtual partition.

Use one of the following methods to resolve the problem
  • Start the computer from a Ghost bootable floppy disk rather than a Ghost Virtual Partition. You can use Ghost Boot Wizard to create a Ghost Standard Book Disk for this purpose.
  • Repartition the disk. If you repartition the disk, ensure that you create backups of your data before doing so.

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Hi, How do I recover my Office 2003 Auto Correct from Norton Ghost? I back up my PC image and formated my hardrive. Now I want to reover just my autocoreect file and apply it to my new Windows...


Hi,
This will only work if the drive with your new Windows installation is larger than the drive with your ghost image.
Assuming that the above is true, do the following:
Using disk management, create a partition on your hard drive which is large enough to accept your entire ghost backup. Restore your ghost image to this partition and then select any files or folders you may need. Once you have the necessary files you can delete the partition again if need be and use it for other storage purposes.
Let me know if you need any further assistance regarding the above.
Best wishes,
Graemevm

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Error Copying old c: drive w/Ghost 9


Do a disk defrag on the source drive. If that doesn't work, you may have a virus on your source drive and norton ghost is catching before getting on your destination drive.

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Got message 10008 replace hard disk.


Your computer's motherboard has queried the disk-drive in your computer as to the "health" of the disk-drive, and the disk-drive is detecting that it is about to FAIL. So, ASAP, copy all your files to an external disk-drive, before the disk-drive DOES fail.

Buy a new disk-drive, attach it, and use something like NORTON GHOST or SYMANTEC PARTITION MAGIC to "clone" your old disk to the new disk-drive.

Then, disconnect and remove the old hard-drive.

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When I created the partitions, all seemed o.k, but when I installed Windows, the PC get crazy. When I eliminate the partition and again I create it with partition magic,it reports all o.k. But when I...


I never did like norton stuff.


format the whole hard drive as one partition (not with norton)

use FDISK or similar

then to let the xp disk do its own thing

after xp is installed and running fine then run norton PM and resize to what you want for the C drive and let norton do its stuff.

you should now have C and D drives. if you want to split further use norton PM again and resize D and once again let norton do the business. you should now have C, D(but smaller) here I would use microsofts disk manager or norton toformat the last bit if thats what you did. and so on ad infinitum.

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I keep getting the message 2010


After a BIOS upgrade or installation of a new hard drive, the following error message may appear at POST: ERROR
2010: Warning: Your internal hard disk drive (HDD) may not function correctly on this system. Ensure that your HDD is supported on this system and that the latest HDD firmware is installed. Press <Esc> to continue

Press <F1> to Setup
The system appears to boot normally after escape is pressed and the operating system will load.
Solution There are three possible workarounds to eliminate the error:
  1. Update the hard drive firmware to the latest level. Download the hard drive firmware update, and then apply to your hard drive.
    Note: This update requires a floppy disk drive.
  2. Replace the hard drive with one supported by the system being used.
  3. Use the hard drive, producing the 2010, error in the Ultrabay of the system or a docking station with the second hard drive adapter instead. The interface to the Ultrabay is parallel ATA. For more information visit, ThinkPad Second Hard Drive Adapter for Ultrabay Slim - Overview
Additional information This error is purposely generated to alert the user to potential problems with diagnostic or copy tools. There are known issues with several of these listed below.
  1. Disk Fitness Test (DFT) version 3.xx provided by Hitachi GST which uses vendor specific commands on the hard drive. These may not be correctly interpreted since they must pass through the serial to parallel ATA bridge. However, version 4.00 or later of the Disk Fitness Test (DFT) will work.
  2. HDDTEST version 0.28 by Hitachi GST does not function properly for similar reasons. Instead, use HDDTEST version 0.29 or later.
  3. DOS-based copy tools may function slowly or produce incorrect output, specifically previous versions of Norton/Symantec Ghost. These versions are not compatible with the Serial-ATA interface of the Intel ICH6M chip set. Documentation on this problem may be found at www.symantec.com. It is recommended to use either a newer version of Ghost, Norton Ghost 2003 (version 2003.789 or later) or Symantec Ghost 8.0 or later, or to use the -FNI switch when invoking Ghost from the command prompt (For example, Ghost.exe -FNI with the current version of Ghost).
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WD 500 GB resized by Norton Ghost Restore to 120 GB and can not get it to original size.


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How to format c:drive as it contain vista operating system . i only have a vista recovery disc which only install back vista to its factory level. please suggest me the procedure to format c:drive so...


hi,
yea you may, but make sure that you have already created a *Ghost* image of your current setup.

All you need is a bootable CD with some utilities which will help you out.

Try "hiren's Magic Disk 9.5" : it is bootable disk with proper menus and lots of utilities to make you king of your system.

This disk is usually used by System professionals (including me) :)

Instructions:
1. Boot your system with this magic disk
2. Goto Clone Disk option (Ghost disk)
3. Choose Best compression version
4. utility will start Symantec Ghost which will ask you for the source partition and destination partition for making images.
5. proceed with proper answers.
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7. again boot your system with this magic disk
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10. You'll love to use this software for hard disk maintanence.

Regards,
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