There is some discussion of this at http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=181082&SiteID=1As for Norton Ghost 9 and 10, they are not compatible with Vista, but that product line (also available under the name as "Norton I start my ghosting.Where do I type the suggestions? Source Partition Info # Ord Boot Id Ext First Num Last Used NTFS 0 0 80 b No 00000063 05249601 05249664 01478019 No 1 1 0 0 Yes 05249664 00000000 05249664 Contact Us Customer and Technical Support phone numbers and hours of operation. useful reference
The computer is off.2. Sometimes the message contains numbers which can assist in diagnosing the cause of the problem, such as a return value, sector numbers, and so on. Target Drive Info Disk Info : remote.............0 drive..............0 sectors_used.......0 estimated_used.....0 pemax..............0 Version............0 Zero entries indicate that the target is an image file. Error Message Message: Operation aborted at user request This is the text that accompanies the error number.
Thank you for your feedback! When multiplied, these numbers might not result in the actual number of total sectors; large drives will normally report 16383 cylinders, 16 heads and 63 sectors per track. Partitions which extend beyond the first 8 GB of a disk cannot be accessed in DOS unless the computer supports Extended Int13h.
IDE using UDMA accesses the computer's memory (RAM) directly, bypassing the CPU. If you suspect a problem may be caused by the disk access method that Ghost uses, run Ghost with a switch that disables the active access method. In this example, the local drives are Drive 0 and Drive 1. Create a SymAccount now!' Description of Ghost Diagnostic Error File TECH106777 January 8th, 2016 http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH106777 Support / Description of Ghost Diagnostic Error File Did this article resolve your issue?
This has happened before, and a total re-install had to be finally performed. Does ghosterr.txt exist on the floppy? Description of the Ghosterr.txt file The following table describes the information that is in the Diagnostic Error File. http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/ghosterrtxt-solution-output-error-file-following-location-aghosterrtxt If I try to do anything, I get an error message saying "Cannot open Ghosterr.text - insert diskette (434).
It is important to check this field, because many bugs have been fixed in later versions. Partition Info See Example ------------> # Ord Boot Id Ext First Num Last Used NTFS Empty entries indicate that the target is an image file. Maybe I should disable them to avoid the cache snag spoken of above.This all came about after I had changed the Lithium Baterry on the Motherboard a few days ago. Memory system dump_______ length: 580 [ghost.cpp], line = 1619 length: 16 [sectors.cpp], line = 1369 etc This information is sometimes useful to the Ghost developers, but does not
I sure hope one of you guys has a suggestion.What is the reason my image will not complete?Thanks for your time,Gary Logged Caroline Lyons Administrator Member Posts: 1411 Re: Ghost 2003 If the displayed disk size for an active disk access method is significantly different from the actual disk size, then that disk access method might be at fault. To disable ASPI access use the -FNS switch on the Ghost.exe, Ghostpe.exe, or Ghostwks.exe command line. Extortion!The only thing that has happened since my last ghost is the addition of some programs.
Possible uses for this information If you suspect a problem may be caused by the disk access method chosen, it may help to disable the active access method. see here primary or logical drives) Version indicates what version of Ghost was used to create the source. This may happen, for instance, when the disk is not partitioned, or drive uses a Linux volume. Type the word Ghost again, hit return, and the Ghost Program initiates.7.
It appears only ghost 10 is being supported with current updates.Gary Logged Reed Member Posts: 153 Re: Ghost 2003 Error Message « Reply #13 on: February 25, 2007, 01:27:40 AM » To create the Ghosterr.txt file By default, Ghost saves this file in the directory that the Ghost executable file is in. All Disk Info All Disk Info: Remote Drives Local Drives Drive 0 Int13h Available Cylinders 781 Heads 128 Sectors per Track this page To save this file under a different name and location than the default, use the -AFILE=drive:\path\file name switch on the Ghost command-line, such as: ghost.exe -afile=a:\errdata\currerr.txt You have two
Logged Caroline Lyons Administrator Member Posts: 1411 Re: Ghost 2003 Error Message « Reply #8 on: February 22, 2007, 12:42:53 AM » You type the switch into a command line. This may suggest an action, such as loading an ASPI driver or ensuring that you are running Ghost under DOS instead of in Windows. This information is useful when the problem always happens on the same file or type of file, or when the file is unusual in some way, such as a very large
Have you done a chkdsk & defrag? It will give us more of an idea what's going on. Mode ProgMode : PROG_LOCAL This indicates the type of cloning operation. In addition, Windows, in some rare circumstances, will load an ASPI driver which will allow access to IDE drives through the ASPI interface.
Error Number Error Number: (10170) This identifies the error. I insert the first of two floppy 3-1/2" disks in a: drive3. It is very useful for double checking against the other information in the error file. http://jamisonsoftware.com/ghost-error/ghost-error-3.php Cloning Details CloneSrc: 2 BatchPartSrc: 7454160 BatchPartMSrc: 2 CloneDst: D:\MYDOCU~1\BACKUP.GHO BatchPartDst: 0 This field lists the source partition and the destination file when creating an image file.
When multiplied, these numbers might not result in the actual number of total sectors.