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How to push a ghost image to a newly built raid 1 system?

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I been tasked with a project to build a  new VM system. Well I have built a Raid1 system, and I am trying to push a ghost image to the raid setup. I have tried a couple different ways to get the image to the system via ghost server, and ghost console. Neither works same error message ( Abort: 507, ghostcast session setup failed with ghostcode 19903). I resarched the error, lead to a deadend. Is there any way to get the image to the system? Thanks

P.S-There is no O.S install on the raid, also tried partitioning raid as well.
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Create a bootable cD with a mapped network drive to the image and the GHOST DOS program

The Universal TCP/IP Network Bootdisk is a DOS
http://www.netbootdisk.com/

Universal Ghost boot CD

http://www.webs05.com/2007/10/16/how-to-create-a-ghost-boot-cd.html

I hope this helps !
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