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Replacing invalid security id with default security id for file XXXXX ? Has deleted my Ghost image

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I have a computer running windows server 2008 as a test machine it has an 80gb sata drive.
I had an external 500gb harddrive plugged in via USB with data and a Ghost image of another PC on it.

I reboot my windows 2008 test machine,  and it starts to display
Replacing invalid security id with default security id for file XXXXX ?
again and again, why does it do this?

When it finallys stops, I am able to get into server 2008 - I then notice it has erased my ghost image on the external 500gb drive - why??

I have seen this "Replacing invalid security id" on XP as well, so I dont think its specfic to 2008.
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