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Can't make image with Norton Ghost 3

Posted on 2004-04-03
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I never had a problem making an image with Norton Ghost 3 with Windows ME but with XP I can't. I can install the program but when I go to make an image it stops in the dos mode that it puts me in. I have to tell it to go to Windows. What do I do?
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Upgrade Ghost to a version that supports NTFS and XP.  Version 3 has gotta be... what, 5 years old?  It's not even called Norton Ghost any more; now it's Symantec Ghost.  I think the current version is 7 at least.
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