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I have a ghost 2003 images file named "C_Drive.v2i", when opening in Ghost 12 (2007/8) I recieve the error above. I have contacted Symantec who have said the file is corrupt, try running chkdsk /r on the drive.
I have done this but it found no errors.  I have also tried my unusal getout clause which is to mount it on Linux and run fsck this also found NO errors. I have also copied the file to an NTFS volume and retries all the checks and to open it but to no avail.
I MUST retrieve the data from this file. can anyone suggest any good utilites for fixing these type of errors.
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Check the following Link and try some of the commandline switches to restore the image, like "CRCIGNORE".

http://ghosting.netfirms.com/switchesal.htm
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by:sifenwick
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I am cirrently using ghost2008 to try and restore this, Is there a way to apply the /crcignore using this version?
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by:rindi
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I don't know the differences of all the versions. Have you checked the manual and readme files of yours? Or have you tried using the switch? All ghost versions I know you can start from a command prompt (boot from DOS), and then you can apply all those switches.
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I have the same problem as sifenwich: error ED80012 - CRC check or frame header unvalid.
Is there a possiblility to restore the valid datas from my v2i-File (saved with Norton Ghost 10). This is my last chance to get back most of my datas.
Currently I use Norton Ghost 12 (old version 10 I have too) but in both versions I haven´t find a command line possibility to use /crcignore. In the manuals of this versions there isn´t to find something about that.
Is there a possibility to restore perhaps with a other software. Some help would be greatful.
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My Appologies guys, I have since found that the file above was part of 6 set, therefore was not corrupt just incomplete - sorry for wasting your time.
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Found answer myself, there was no fault.
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