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Norton 2003 Ghost Clone Failure

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I was trying to clone my 80Gig hard drive onto a new 320 Gig hard drive and Norton Ghost failed during the process.

I can read the data on the disk, but cannot boot to it.  How do I remove that Ghost partition?
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Download a DOS boot disk, run fdisk from that and delete the partition.  There is also a similar utility on the ghost 2003 cd called gdisk.
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