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Vetman6679

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I'm running XPPRO (not that this makes a difference) and when I use Norton Ghost 2003, I cannot boot from the cloned drive. I would appreciate any help. Thanks
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How did you do the clone? Did you tell it to clone from within Windows, it restarted and cloned?
Or did you boot off the Ghost CD in DOS?
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I boot from a Ghost diskette, do the clome, and then try to boot from the cloned drive.
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You have unplugged the first drive (your source driver) before you fired it up, I take it?
What happens when you boot from the cloned drive? Any messages, any symptoms?
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If I may add, the cloning may have not been successful. Did you run the verification option at the end of the cloning?
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