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Im using win xp and have ghost 2003. I created the proper boot floppy and can put an image form one HD to a second one. However I want to take that image and put it on a DVD. I have tried to burn it by using nero. (by selecting the .gho and other spanning files) and burning a data disk. Then using that dvd and booting from the (cd/dvd dirver enabled) boot floppy and doing a "to disk from image" (dvd) and it won't restore. I have also tried the disk to cd/DVD and burned a dvd image directly from ghost and that wouldn't restore the image on a HD. Is there a different way to say take an image (.gho) and burn it on a DVD using nero that I don't know of. Like do I need to include more files than ghost gives me??? help! im wasting away my dvd-r's Thanks :tazz:
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