Posted: 30-Mar-2012 | 8:41AM • Permalink That's good news. Several functions may not work. Posted: 24-Jun-2008 | 1:23PM • Permalink I found one other thread about it in an other forum. Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion http://jamisonsoftware.com/ghost-error/ghost-error.php
It is just in the Ghost environment that neither drive is recognized... Me Too0 Last Comment Replies Tony_Weiss Admin Administrator30 Reg: 07-Apr-2008 Posts: 6,643 Solutions: 207 Kudos: 4,443 Kudos0 Re: Error E7D1001E ??? But both ports on this machine work fine from XP. Thank You!
There are several incrementals for different dates... Ghost 9 error E7D1001E. ... Error 0000001 incorrect function. Error 0000045D???
that we then connected directly to the computer.We could now browse to the image file we wanted... View accepted solution okieseeker Contributor4 Reg: 10-Aug-2010 Posts: 91 Solutions: 1 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 How to interpret error message when backup fails? Posted: 27-Mar-2012 | 8:33PM • Permalink Tonight I'm going to run the WinXP checkdisk utility on the external drives where all these problems are happening. Register now to gain access to all of our features, it's FREE and only takes one minute.
Have used MS, Norton Utilities, and Fix-it and they can find nothing wrong with the disk. It seemed to be working fine until something happened to cause it to stop. Later Ghosts don't do this. Also, the change in terminology from Image to Backup reinforces that feeling for me I guess.
After all that, I defined two entirely new backups and launched the first one. Post a reply Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Ghost 9 error E7D1001E The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. Am I being overly paranoid? Submit a Threat Submit a suspected infected fileto Symantec.
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Posts: 38 Back to top Re: Ghost 12 - recovery from external drive failing Error E7D1001E Reply #4 - Dec 22nd, 2008 at 5:16pm Something else must be going on. see here by R. Error 00000002 The system cannot find the file specified." Working with Ghost 12 image that was verified when created. by R.
Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Use Windows Live Register now! I also tried Google as well. Enhanced with Drive Image technology, which Symantec obtained through theNorton Security - Free download and software reviews ...download.cnet.com/Norton-Security/3000-2239_4-10592477.htmlWith the release of Norton Security, Symantec is discarding the separate editions of AntiVirus, this page IP Logged Brian Demigod Offline Posts: 6188 NSW, Australia Back to top Re: Ghost 12 - recovery from external drive failing Error E7D1001E Reply #5 - Dec 22nd, 2008 at
Posted: 26-Mar-2012 | 4:20PM • Permalink My weekly C drive backup runs fine, but the D drive backup has stopped working. Translated Content This is machine translated content Login to Subscribe Please login to set up your subscription. It seems like a problem related to compiling the incrementals.
Very strange. Ghost 9 error E7D1001E. ... but when telling the recovery to proceed we get the error message:Error E7D1001E Unable to read from FileError 00000...002 The system cannot find the file specified.This is all odd, because we NOTE: Use the Recovery Point Browser to validate the network copy of the recovery point integrity prior to the next restore attempt.
Unfortunately, although I can now access the files on the external USB drive, the image restore process keeps failing with the message:"E7D1001E Unable to read from file. IP Logged SloPoke Gnarly Offline I Love Radified! jef jefgees Newbie1 Reg: 17-Jun-2008 Posts: 4 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Error E7D1001E ??? Get More Info Tomster2 IP Logged Brian Demigod Offline Posts: 6188 NSW, Australia Back to top Re: Ghost 12 - recovery from external drive failing Error E7D1001E Reply #10 - Jan 6th,
Thanks already in advance. IP Logged Tomster2 N00b Offline Posts: 4 Back to top Re: Ghost 12 - recovery from external drive failing Error E7D1001E Reply #2 - Dec 22nd, 2008 at 4:21pm Both are recognized fine on other machines.At first it seemed that Ghost 10 does not have the ability to see a USB port. IP Logged Brian Demigod Offline Posts: 6188 NSW, Australia Back to top Re: Ghost 12 - recovery from external drive failing Error E7D1001E Reply #8 - Dec 23rd, 2008 at
Anyone have any idea what "the file specified is".Options on restore are:Verify recovery before restore - unchecked (tried it checked, no difference)Check for file system errors after recovery - uncheckedSet Drive Live Scores Programming Apple Watch Beautiful Breasts Office Windows 7 Windows Server Phone Application Server Dropbox in Norton Ghost System Utilities (Entire Site) Questions and answers to issues related to Software: Firstly, is the backup image any good. Is a v9.0 "Backup" the same thing as a "Ghost Image" made by previous versions of the software?
That's fine. Stop it. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Ghost 10 does read the WinXP registry and assigns drive letters matching WinXP driver letters.
Please be as detailed about backup jobs as possible. Posted: 17-Jun-2008 | 3:25AM • 5 Replies • Permalink Hoi everybody. I hope someone can help me. I'm using several version of Norton Ghost, also Norton Ghost 9.0. Lately when i I don't think the part about lack of system resources means space to the target drive. This is the error it gets at the end of the verification stage: Description: An error occurred creating a backup of drive C:\.
Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Newsletters RSS Compare Symantec Ghost Error Codes prices in Consumer ReportsShopping ResultsAntivirus by Symantec comNorton Official StorePowerful Norton antivirus This will be a quick test to see if it's a software issue.Also, run the DRIVE FITNESS TEST on the drives from the drive maker's web site.Bob Flag Permalink Reply This It was due to a hardware issue.BESR is Ghost's big brother. The drive receiving the backup file has 418GB free space, and the disk being backed up to that location is 204GB.
Open Ghost and completely delete the backup jobs. This is completely understandable - at least to me, for obvious reasons.