There is a KB article from Symantec on the error message that may help out:Error: "25030 - NTFS GetClusterCount Failed" when creating an image of an NTFS partition or disk. · Then I ran CHKDSK /R and a few more errors were fixed.Aside from these, no other filesystem errors have cropped up, and the coincidence with my 'Ghost' activity seems to be The big problem is that IfD will want to restore to a volume that is at least as big as where the last used sector lies on the physical HDD. All rights reserved. http://blogeurope.net/ghost-error/ghost-error-53.php
Dave DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,227 Solutions: 325 Kudos: 1,982 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 2001 error 25030 Posted: 03-Aug-2015 | 1:08PM • Permalink I just thought of something that The nice thing about Ghost is that it defrags all the files and concentrates them at the start of the partition during the restoration, and allows CRC validation for both image I've had good success with the Panasonic & 'moto haru' (USBASPI.SYS & DI1000DD.SYS) USB drivers for DOS with USB 1.1 controllers. Translated Content This is machine translated content Login to Subscribe Please login to set up your subscription. https://community.norton.com/en/forums/ghost-2001-error-25030
Restore the image to a larger drive A larger drive may have more room for the MFT. Same when I selected 6285MB. When I selected 6300MB it ran for several minutes, then reported Error 57 reading the filesystem and recommended running CHKDSK /F.
Ask the experts! Select 'Boot-Time Defragmentation' and check the checkbox for working on the MFT. Solution For each section below, follow the instructions and repeat your Ghosting operation: Check your environment If you are using the Ghost Solution Suite 2.0.0, apply the update to Ghost Solution in 6 hours I will have a backup that I don't know how to validate against the partition after the used sectors are reshuffledI have an IfDOS image of the filesystem
Error reading FILE_VOLUME MFT record NTFS Error! It worked about a minute and reported that I needed to select a larger size. how to know which one? [Security] by sfogliatelle© DSLReports · Est.1999feedback · terms · Mobile mode
Verification of image files will vary in importance for any particular job in question. Some systems will not work properly with PCDos. I should be able to right? Don't show me this message again.
Since then I have run CHKDSK /F a few more times and also NTFSCHK and these have not found any more errors. http://www.pcguide.com/vb/archive/index.php/t-81079.html I would like to use Ghost (the old DOS variety) to make the image (on external USB HDD) because it compresses the image and will restore to the new XP partition Try using MS-DOS Ghost comes with PC-DOS. Unless there is an incompatability with Ghost and this hardware (Dell Dimension 2400), I don't believe it could have anything to do with Ghost.
As for the filesystem errors, there were a lot of them the first time I checked. my review here Symantec Connect User-to-user forums, blogs, videos, and other community resources on Symantec Connect. A consequence of this is that the Master File Table also becomes highly fragmented to the point where Ghost cannot make the connection between the MFT entries and the disk address In some cases you may be able to take an image using the GhostCast Server in conjunction with a Window PE boot disk.
There must be sometihing wrong with the MFT. I am pretty sure that those versions of GHOST have a boot wizard to help you make a network boot.Good luck. · actions · 2002-Jul-21 8:38 pm · graffixxjoin:2000-07-27Arcadia, CA Please try the request again. http://blogeurope.net/ghost-error/ghost-error.php However, with Ghost on machines with only USB 1.1 I have made similar size images in a couple hours ("high" compression, CRC). (Ghost creates a CRC checksum for every file on
Code on a generator hook up? [HomeImprovement] by Corehhi350. IfD does have a button ("Compress") to congregate the used sectors at the beginning of the partition, but a warning pops-up telling me I need to have a backup in case http://service1.symantec.com/support/on-technology.nsf/docid/2007091315410760 ReferencesMore information about using switches is available in the document : 'Switches: NTFS partitions' http://service1.symantec.com/support/on-technology.nsf/docid/1998082609155625?Open&src=w Documents specifically for MFT errors are listed below: Error ' Disk full or heavily fragmented
It went through all five stages, took a long time and reported that there were no problems with the filesystem or media. This error can occur when cloning or creating an image from a source NTFS volume. Dave Glenn Sheppard Newbie1 Reg: 03-Aug-2015 Posts: 4 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 2001 error 25030 Posted: 03-Aug-2015 | 2:14PM • Permalink Hi Dave, thanks again for your help. This time it took over six hours!
On the upper right-hand side of the Diskeeper window, click SET. All other bets are off as far as I am concerned regarding the various software you are currently playing with.It is certainly tedious and time consuming to search for a different Adobe Flash Player update 220.127.116.11 (windows) [Security] by chachazz414. navigate to this website It worked about a minute and reported that I needed to select a larger size.
All I can say is that over the past decade or so the TerabyteUnlimited utilities have not let me down when restoring stuff at a later stage. Open a command prompt and type: chkdsk /r Answer yes to letting it run on reboot and then restart the system. It may take a while to finish depending on the Sign up! In order to clone to another HDD or partition, it has to be formated FAT32.
Education Services Maximize your product competency and validate technical knowledge to gain the most benefit from your IT investments. I'm using Image for Dos now (which will also compress the image) with USB 2.0 (it says it needs about 6 hours!). Red Savina12-28-2011, 09:21 PMI think the problem is as likely to be with Ghost as with the MFT particularly since chkdsk /r completed without errors.