Installation from a Norton Ghost Image

December 30, 2010 at 02:00:51
Specs: Windows XP, Intel dual core
Hi, I have an image of my windows XP C: drive complete using Ghost 14 software (which I downloaded and installed before taking this image). Now, I want to re-install this image to my new harddrive but I need a bootable ghost CD. Can anyone suggest a way to do this correctly? I have tried (4 times) to download bootable ghost CD's iso and then burn it on a CD but the CDs do not boot on my computer. In short, I want to know how I can get my ghost image reinstall on my new hard drive. My image is saved on a pendrive.

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December 30, 2010 at 03:40:47
May be you were not burning the bootable image correctly?
ISO downloads should be burned onto CD using burn image capability of your burning software.

Alternatively use your original download of Ghost 14 software onto another PC and create a bootable CD using that.

When everything else fails, read the instructions.

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December 30, 2010 at 05:14:17
Another way to do it is to reinstall XP and when it's finished, install Norton Ghost. Then direct it to the image on your pen drive.

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December 30, 2010 at 09:16:33
... is your bios set to boot from cdrom as first choice?

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March 23, 2011 at 22:35:19
hi, this is pratap. u need to install win xp on ur pc and then install norton ghost. once ghost is installed, select restore from image and direct and browse for the image which u have in the pen drive. (source drive - ghost image and destination c: or the drive where u want ur image to be installed in). remember the destination drive cannot be smaller than the image size.

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