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Does ghost 10.0 support SATA and raid-5 drives?

I have a dell server with a 14GB C: and a 65GB d:. I need to resize the C: partition to make it bigger. The server has 3 SCSI hared drives in a Raid-5 hardware configuration and the motherboard only supports SATA drives. The server has no floppy disk drive only a CD-ROM. I created a Ghost 7.5 boot CD but when I boot to it, it hangs up. If I boot to the server drive I can see and access the 80GB SATA HD. How can I Ghost to a SATA drive from the Raid drives?
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mkaczowski
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PUNKYCommented:
Create a floppy DOS ghost bootable disk and try that out, no harm at all. However, the sata drive is in question here for old version of ghost like version 10. If you could upgrade to 12 or solution suite 2, then you plan is not a problem.

http://ghost.radified.com/
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mkaczowskiAuthor Commented:
Once again, there is no floppy drive. Are you saying that version 12 WILL work.
And does it come with a bootable CD to accomplish this.
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PUNKYCommented:
Yes it comes with bootable CD.
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