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.gho File - Has Windows Xp Os But Lost Norton Ghost

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#1 Tzrtim


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Posted 13 June 2006 - 08:18 AM

Thick- May be

I Have 2 .GHO Files


I have a blank Hdd (Due to Crash and its formatted) but Not got Norton Ghost stuff.. And I need to reload the .GHO Files Due to its got all my stuff on the .GHO files...

Any idea How, I've Spent 2 days on google trying to find out and I just don't understand any of it...

I have the 2 files and no idea what to do Please help!!!


Ps : Am Sorry If this is in the wrong topic My Reading and writing is not so good :flowers:

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#2 pascor22234


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Posted 13 June 2006 - 12:49 PM

More information is needed.

Ghost needs a whole primary partition to store its files on. You said you reformatted the drive due to a crash, but a drive with multiple partitions can not be formatted - only individual partitions can.

Is this drive with the OS on it ? Did you delete any partitions ? Is the OS on another HDD ?

If you formatted the partition that the Ghost files were on then they are gone for good.

#3 Tzrtim

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Posted 14 June 2006 - 07:06 AM

I have the .GHO files on a CD (Cd not bootable)

The Harddrive is BLANK!

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