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Symantec Ghost Error 36000 Internal Inconsistency detected

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I'm trying to load an image onto a Seagate 1gb HD, the image is very small, we've used it many times before.  We're using Symantec 8.0 for PCDOS.  I've run a killdisk utility on the drive to completely wipe it.  It begins to install the image and will stop at different points each time giving the same error:
"Internal Error 36000
An internal inconsistency has been detected"

I've tried running the Ghost.exe with the -ws- -wd- flags, this has not resolved the issue.  Anyone have any other ideas?  This is a very old machine, so please dont suggest using a newer version of ghost.
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oh, and...the image file is on an IDE hard drive, we're loading the image onto a SCSI hard drive
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