Symantec Ghost doesn't show files

May 16, 2019 at 11:38:47
Specs: Windows 8.1 Ent, Core 2 Duo / 3 GB
I ran symantec ghost 11.0 as I have been using it so many times to restore a GHO backup from 500 GB's second partition to first partition. Ghost shows files for only first partition that is also a Windows / C drive. , , ,
As you can see it doesn't show 250 GB drive's files and it doesn't show an IDE drive
When I run Ghost32 from windows it shows all files. but I can't restore from windows because windows partition is my Target.
I need to restore. Kindly help.

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May 16, 2019 at 22:34:26
You may try to copy the GHO backup files to another hard drive (D: or E:) and then chose the backup file from the drive D: or E: to restore to your drive C:.

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May 17, 2019 at 02:59:34
Dear @paulsep
I said above, there is no file showing, (NOT EVEN A FOLDER), see links above. or here
anyway I try to copy and check.

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May 17, 2019 at 03:59:05
ah okay, so are you saying, that your backup files (GHO) are stored on drive D: (1.2:[500-B] NTFS drive)?
If so, are these files shown, when your booted into Windows?

If so, have you used encrytion for the drives, except C:?

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May 17, 2019 at 06:33:53
This is a shot in the dark but are your folder and file names longer than 8 characters? If so, try shortening them to 8 characters or less and see if that works.

Yes I realize the first pics show folders with long file names but try it anyway.

Since Ghost seems to be working from Windows, you could also take that drive over to a friend's computer then run Ghost from Windows and image the first partition.

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May 17, 2019 at 08:57:07
Suggest here please.

No encryption for any drive. all drives are NTFS. I think eight months ago, it was working fine. all folders and files can be seen. I restored at that time.

@THX 1138
see with long file names. anyway I try to take this drive to a different computer. It takes time.

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May 17, 2019 at 09:35:12
Yes as I said I realize the picture showed long file names, try it anyway.

Once you get this sorted out I would suggest using a more up to date imaging software. Ghost hasn't been supported since Windows 7.

I would go with trvlr's suggestion of either Acronis True Image or Easus Partition Manager.

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May 17, 2019 at 13:52:20
Again, are the GHO files shown in Windows at any drive?

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