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I need to restore a recovery point created with Norton Ghost I do not have access to my original CD, so purchased Norton Ghost I get the following message when attempting to recover the This absolutely should work Buffalo HD-HBU2 long as your recovery point is not corrupted or anything. Do you get this error from the recovery environment when trying to access the recovery point? When you said you confirmed that the recovery point is valid, was this through the Buffalo HD-HBU2 environment or from within Windows from some other computer? I confirmed the image state through the Norton recovery environment utilities option? Tried to recover after confirming the image state, with no success.

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Norton finds the file, but can't recover from it. The files are on an external hard drive connected via USB. I can Buffalo HD-HBU2 connect the drive through fire wire, but I don't recall that made Buffalo HD-HBU2 difference. Restore Drive i. Thanks for the update. So your target drive is SATA. Is it by any chance configured as a RAID array? Also, is your computer hardware configuration the same as it was when you created the backup with Ghost 10? It seems that Ghost 14 is not able to recognize your target hard drive.


This "suggests" that it might be something other than just a stand alone SATA drive and might require a custom driver. This is explained in Ghost 14 user guide on page Do you see your target drive from here"Invalid boot.

I am also having accessories operating problems. I also moved the PC from one room to another and most likely did not plug everything into the original USB port location. Please confirm. Was this difference in drive letter between Ghost running under Windows or Ghost from the recovery CD? However, the unavailable does not sound normal. Though it shows unavailable, did you attempt to browse the files and directories Buffalo HD-HBU2 there? If so, could it see anything at all?

We know the drive which your Buffalo HD-HBU2 image is located is fine since you can verify your recovery point. The target drive is the issue. When you reboot your computer do you any message at any point during the boot up sequence referring to anything like RAID? Next thing I would suggest is to check with your hard drive manufacturer and ask them if this drive will work with the standard Windows XP 32 bit drivers or does it require a custom driver? Things are sounding like the hard drive needs a custom driver, based on the symptoms you described. Please let me know what the hard drive manufacturers response is.

If they do say it needs a custom driver, then ask them for the filenames. Since you have problems with your system booting up sometimes, your options then are:. Then you can load the driver from the recovery environment as I outlined earlier.

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The next possibility is that your hard drive is badly Buffalo HD-HBU2 to the point where Ghost cannot access it from the recovery environment. But since you can at least occasionally boot all the way into Windows, there should be at least a chance of getting Ghost to see the drive Buffalo HD-HBU2 the recovery environment. You might try powering down the computer for a bit, power back up and boot to the recovery environment and check again.


I would recommend trying this process several times. It Buffalo HD-HBU2 distinctly possible that Ghost cannot access the drive for the same reason Windows does not boot up correctly all the time.


Multiple restarts and power downs might get it back to a good state for a period. Whatever happens from all Buffalo HD-HBU2, it is also distinctly possible that your hard drive is simply going bad and you Buffalo HD-HBU2 end up needing a new hard drive. Running hard drive diagnostics is also strongly advised the first chance you get. This section provides unpacking and setup information for DriveStation.

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