|I have recently had Windows XP SP2 installed on my computer. This is a new installation, not an upgrade. I have very little software loaded at present.|
I loaded a program called Norton Ghost and when I tried to perform a backup of the whole sytem, at the point where the program reboots, I am experiencing the following message:
Bad or missing Command Interpreter
Enter correct name of Command Interpreter (for example, C:\Command.com)
The program gets stuck at this point and the backup fails.
I originally had Windows 98SE and ghost worked fine on that. I needed two new hard drives and RAM when the machine was upgraded but the rest of the machine is the same.
My second hard drive is a FAT32 partition, with no operating system on it, and the first drive has XP and is NTFS.
Is this problem something to do with the operating system? I have had Windows XP SP2 loaded on twice now and am still not able to perform the backup.