Ghost a boot hard drive
Posted on 2005-04-16
I am new to Ghost and I am still having some of the same problems mentioned on the previous question about using Ghost.
Here is what I have:
WIN2000, Ghost 9.1, SATA hard drives.
Source: 160 Gig Maxtor, Boot drive. SATA, 22 Gig in use, FAT32x, one partiton and one logical drive c:\
Destination: Identical hardware to Source.
What I want to do: Copy a complete (bootable) disk image from Source to Destination.
Switch SATA cables and have the new bootable drive come up.
Ghost reports that the copy disk was successful.
When I look at the destination drive it is there and I can see all directories and everything appears to be a complete copy.
Disk Management reports the new drive to be FAT32, and active
Bios (Pop UP Boot Selection) does not see the new Destination at all, and since I have switched cables from Source to the new Destination, there is no operating system or no boot info.
I think I am close to having this solved. Thanks in advance for any help. Please be as detailed as possible.