Errors: "37013: An internal inconsistency has been found" and "37013: Out
of memory" while using Ghosthttp://service1.syma...3625?Open&src=w
While launching Ghost, creating an image file, or performing a disk-to-disk
clone, you see the following or similar messages regarding Error 37013:
"Error 37013 An internal inconsistency has been detected. If the problem
persists contact Symantec Technical Support"
"Abort 37013 Out of memory. Abort details output to Ghost.err. Please
contact your local Symantec Support Center."
When creating an image file, the message is often seen after Ghost begins
the image process while it is doing a check of the directory structure.
When you examine the Ghost error file, Ghost.err, or Ghosterr.txt, you find
that Ghost may report the computer's total memory as less than the actual
RAM on the computer. For instance, the error file might report Total Memory
as 16 MB when the computer actually has 128 MB or more.
These messages appear to be due to problem with how Ghost performs caching.
To resolve the problem, use the -WS- and -WD- switches to turn off Ghost
Ghost.exe -ws- -wd-
If using a consumer Ghost version, such as Norton Ghost 2001, use
Ghostpe.exe instead of Ghost.exe. For a list of the consumer and corporate
Ghost versions, see the document How to determine your version of Ghost.