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Ghost 2003 error invalid destination drive


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nickyboy1

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:whistling: I have been using this method of cloning my hard drive for ages, and suddenly ghost 2003 reports invalid destination drive. I have a spare 200 gig hard drive, I connect it as my D drive ie slave and from ghost -advanced clone and it has been as happy as larry to clone, buy not anymore. I can still use clone it just requires me to boot to a floppy and carry out the same procedure.Any ideas as to what ghost don't like? :blink:

Edited by nickyboy1, 12 August 2006 - 05:02 PM.

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Norton Ghost itself is the problem. It's far from being user friendly and is beaten hands down by the cheaper 'Acronis TrueImage' which I'm still using after 4 years since I first got XP.
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Norton Ghost itself is the problem. It's far from being user friendly and is beaten hands down by the cheaper 'Acronis TrueImage' which I'm still using after 4 years since I first got XP.

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