Diary of a computer geek HomeAbout « Group policy on server2012 Boot to CD on new ToshibaSatellite » Adding drivers to GhostWinPE This post is using the Symantec Solution Suite 2.5 Comments (0) Leave a comment Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Sources: Connection issues when using WinPE boot disk or the WinPE preOS - TECH110234 Cannot exit from the Ghost Virtual Boot Partition - TECH107980 Share this:FacebookGoogleRedditTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Notify me of new posts via email.
If you repartition the disk, ensure that you create backups of your data before doing so. The two bootable partitions are seen as a dual boot. And just to clarify, this is on a machine with the ghost console client only correct? The Ghost Virtual Partition is not compatible with GoBack.
boot using Ghost CD to the command prompt 2. After finding the path for the driver and giving it a descriptive name make sure you check the box for Vista as the OS. You saved my bacon. The first problem I came across was it getting stuck at "Polling for bound server." I found that means the NIC drivers for my computer aren't in the WinPE PreOS.
Couldn't sign you in, please try again. Beyond that, I would make a DOS bootable CD with fdisk on it, and remove the Ghost partition on your hard drive. Try these resources. In the ghost console right-click on them, go to the client tab and select the correct one from the drop down list.
Here is how it is done: Stop Ghost and go to a DOS prompt: If running the Ghost DOS client, NGctdos.exe, type Ctrl+X If running the Ghost executable, Ghost.exe, type Ctrl+C Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2005 - 2016, ITDunya All rights reserved, No Portion May be Reproduced Without Written Permission from ITD Management. Start the computer from a Ghost bootable floppy disk rather than a Ghost Virtual Partition. Now...
Thanks again dude. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/431264-symantec-ghost-console-error-to-virtual-partition-failed Windows disk mgmt tool says virtual partition is in use (by what?!), and Partition Magic says it ain't real -(we know that already). Then, I get this error: "There are machines in the task that may use the Virtual Partition but do not have a valid template." Then something about "it may fail", and It fixed my problem!
Log in to Reply Justin on March 23, 2009 at 7:35 am said: Thanks for the advice Badrah, worked perfectly! http://blogeurope.net/ghost-error/ghost-error-470.php Reply With Quote 13th June 2011,01:13 PM #3 atif munir View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Member Last Online21st March 2016 @ 11:14 AM Join Date 15 Sep 2008 Oh, in the midst of troubleshooting these problems I tried the PC-DOS virtual partition, but ended up getting stuck in a boot loop that kept sending me back to it and Log in to Reply Renato on February 22, 2009 at 10:00 pm said: DAVE The hammer with the mouse thing worked….I thank you deeply for saving my XP ass….You are right
Thanks. Please see this document for further information: http://service1.symantec.com/support/on-technology.nsf/docid/2008060609164260. Note that Ghost cannot use the Ghost Virtual Partition even when the dynamic disk is not the boot disk. click site wah-hoo!) 3.
You saved the day! http://nightowl.radified.com/bootcd/steroids.html For me, when I ran ghreboot.exe this deleted the virtual partition. Related items Joining Samba Domains with Symantec Ghost How to Make Gnarly Big Linux Filesystems Rebuilding the Solaris Device Tree Solaris X86 Compatible RAID Controller Problems With Multiple MetaDB Partitions This
Please use boot disks to image these machines. After going to the motherboard manufacturer's website to get them and adding them through the steps below, it is now creating my image of my test computer. Translated Content This is machine translated content Login to Subscribe Please login to set up your subscription. Education Services Maximize your product competency and validate technical knowledge to gain the most benefit from your IT investments.
I ran GHREBOOT to boot back to Windows but it is stuck in the DOS mode…Is there a way to get back to Windows w/o doing the FDISK? Make Disk 0 active (right click/make active) 5. Now go ahead and click edit on the image you named. http://blogeurope.net/ghost-error/ghost-error.php ITDunya.com's App for Android & iOS is Now available for Free Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: Norton Ghost Error: "...to virtual partition failed" Thread Tools Show Printable Version
I can't see how deleting the file this way will cause a problem since it is booting properly. I do think I've done something silly or just plain dumb to cause my problem. Sometimes it doesn't actually add the drivers to the image the first time you hit OK on the top two images. Contact Us Customer and Technical Support phone numbers and hours of operation.
Log in to Reply kyle on October 19, 2009 at 8:23 pm said: LIFESAVERS!!!!! …… I can't belive it was that difficult to fix this stupid issue. If you go down this road, don't forget to set the primary partition to be bootable. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. cd ghost 4. >gdisk 1 /act /p:1 5. >gdisk 1 /del /p:2 6.
Whew!!! Thanks again Log in to Reply Vincent on July 31, 2009 at 6:47 am said: badrah!!!! Right click Local Area Connection and select Un-bridge the Adapter Do thisas wellfor the 1394 Connection. MySymantec Create and manage cases, manage licensing and renewals, submit threats, and enroll with Symantec Rewards.
I too had to dust off a PS/2 Keyboard and use the "/i" to make it work properly! My computer is operating properly(rebooted 20+ times) so my thinking is that the correct partition is set.