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Ghost 2003 Update!


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ln_amor

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My OS is Windows XP. My ghost folder only have ghost.msi (no file setup.exe). I successfully installed on my PC through file.msi but I can't install on another PC (Windows XP too). It appears a report : " File .msi must run through setup.exe " when I try to install . I don't know why?
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Ricky.

Edited by ln_amor, 12 July 2006 - 10:38 AM.

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how did you obtain ghost?
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I have a CD Norton System Work 2005. There is Ghost folder in it. I see Ghost version 2003 update in readme file.
Thanks for your reply.
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insert cd into cd rom drive. if it doesn't autorun then just go to windows exploerer, look on the cd for ncdstart. doubleclick to run program. This will bring up the menu. Just look for ghost and follow the prompts.
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Thanks for your reply.
But I only want to install Norton Ghost and I don't know where is the reason of my problem.
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follow the instructions above, do a custom install and select ghost only.
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