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How to convert a Acronis True Image file to a Norton Ghost file

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I have a Acronis True Image file here that I'm trying to get a laptop, I would like to convert to a Gohst image so I can then Ghostcast it to the machine. Failing that, how can I get this image from my desktop to my laptop.

We have no full copy of Acronis as we prefer to use Ghost, our client has provided the Acronis image.
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There is no conversion method, I've found creating a VM loading the image on the VM and then using Ghost to on the VM to take a ghost image would probably be your best solution.
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Hmm, that stinks. How would I work with the Acronis image? Sorry I've never used it before.
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Great answers, thanks for all the help!
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