How to change a ghsot file *.gho back to *.ghs?

I have a ghost file with file name is *.ghs, but when I try open it with Ghost Explore it change this file to *.gho But it can't open it. And now I can't change it back to *.ghs to ghost. How I can change it againt?
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You may not be able to just change it back and have it work.
Ghost creates a series when making an image. The first in the series is "ghost.gho"(pick a name, not all files are named ghost but are so named here for illustration). Susequent files created by the image process are gh001.ghs, gh002.ghs, gh003.ghs. Therefore, unless you have the first and all susequent "ghost" files, .gho and .ghs you will be unable to open the image in ghost explorer or restore the image using the ghost server and client utilities... Hope that clarifies things.

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