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July 15, 2005 10:25:14 AM

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When trying to ghost a Toshiba Satellite notebook PC, Ghost hangs with an
hourglass. I'm wondering if anyone has come across this.
It doesn't matter if I boot with a floppy or try to run the clone from the
console, I get the same results.

Thanks,
BM

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Anonymous
July 15, 2005 3:38:11 PM

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From: "BM" <BM@discussions.microsoft.com>

| When trying to ghost a Toshiba Satellite notebook PC, Ghost hangs with an
| hourglass. I'm wondering if anyone has come across this.
| It doesn't matter if I boot with a floppy or try to run the clone from the
| console, I get the same results.
|
| Thanks,
| BM

I assme you mean Symantec Enterprise Ghost v8.

You'll need to provide some more information here.
Are you restoring and image or making an image ?
Are you Ghosting to an image on another hard disk or other media ?
Are you using TCP/IP Ghosting ?

If you want help you *must* privide details and a sequence of events, errors, etc.

Since Symantec Ghost is a NOT a MS software, the following News Group is the correct or more
apropos News Group for this type of question ( of course you need to properly post the
problem with details ).

symantec.customerservice.general

You also need to learn to use a News Reader to access News Groups and NOT use a web based
front end. There is no web front end to the Symantec News Groups and there is access to
both the Microsoft and Symantec News Groups on public News Servers or ISP News Servers.

The following URL will take you default News Client to a public (FRE) News Server and the
suggested Symantec News Group.

news://aioe.cjb.net/symantec.customerservice.general

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Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
http://www.ik-cs.com/got-a-virus.htm
July 15, 2005 5:47:20 PM

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I don't know where in the scheme of things Ghost 8.0 is related to what I
use, Ghost 2003 but my level works fine with desktop or laptop, boot from
floppy, from cd or run from the ghost console.

"BM" <BM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:1C02F6A8-DBD8-4599-9C23-DF5416EB1415@microsoft.com...
When trying to ghost a Toshiba Satellite notebook PC, Ghost hangs with an
hourglass. I'm wondering if anyone has come across this.
It doesn't matter if I boot with a floppy or try to run the clone from the
console, I get the same results.

Thanks,
BM
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July 15, 2005 9:41:29 PM

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I assme you mean Symantec Enterprise Ghost v8.

You'll need to provide some more information here.
Are you restoring and image or making an image ?
Are you Ghosting to an image on another hard disk or other media ?
Are you using TCP/IP Ghosting ?


If ghost hangs during the boot process how could it possibly matter whether
the OP was restoring or creating an image, he hasn't gotten to the point of
making that decision yet?
Anonymous
July 15, 2005 9:41:30 PM

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From: "BR549" <sirspamalot@spammer.com>

|
| I assme you mean Symantec Enterprise Ghost v8.
|
| You'll need to provide some more information here.
| Are you restoring and image or making an image ?
| Are you Ghosting to an image on another hard disk or other media ?
| Are you using TCP/IP Ghosting ?
|
| If ghost hangs during the boot process how could it possibly matter whether
| the OP was restoring or creating an image, he hasn't gotten to the point of
| making that decision yet?
|

BM does not say that. He says "Ghost hangs with an hourglass" that's means he is in a GUI.
The post is lacking crucial information.

BTW: Please use a quote character to separate your reply from my post as you see my reply
has properly done.

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Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
http://www.ik-cs.com/got-a-virus.htm
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