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TazMan
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Please Help Me Create a batch file ghost2003....
Dec 22nd, 2007 at 12:47pm
 
Hi
can you please help me create batch file on Bootable Ghost2003 i can't seem to do that Cry Cry
i nned it badly plese....
i have one hard drive split into 2 C: D: NTFS , i aleardy do a backup to D:\Backup\WinXpNew.GHO in dos mode (ghost can't see them like C D they are 1:1 ) i try evey thing ....

more info for help:
one Hard Disk two partiion C: D: one C: is label WinXp
Backup file D:\Backup\WinXpNew.gho ( the ghost also create antohe span image winxp001.ghs
becoz there is the kimit of 2 g on dos )
my code

ghost.exe -clone,mode=pload,src=1:2\Backup\WinXpNew.gho,dst=1:1

???????????????


Sucssec !!!!!!!!!!!! after hours of gogling im just gogle the ereor messeage and in a minute find the solution just add :1 ( the backup contain information of two partionion or something... so the batch file is tellying him whice to restore) hope this help tp other bye now
ghost -clone,mode=pload,src=1:2\Backup\WinXpNew.gho:1,dst=1:1 -sure -rb
 
 
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Re: Please Help Me Create a batch file ghost2003....
Reply #1 - Dec 23rd, 2007 at 9:29am
 
TazMan

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Sucssec !!!!!!!!!!!! after hours of gogling im just gogle the ereor messeage and in a minute find the solution just add :1 ( the backup contain information of two partionion or something...

Looks like you have sorted the problem out--the command line syntax when restoring only a partition (*mode=pload*), rather than a *whole disk* restore, requires that you specify a partition from the source (*src=*) image file, even if there is only *one* partition saved in the image.   You can find the syntax information in this Symantec FAQ:  Switches: Cloning.  (See the *Note* in the *mode=pload* section.)

So, adding the source partition # to be restored by indicating *:1* after the file name gives the correct syntax:

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ghost -clone,mode=pload,src=1:2\Backup\WinXpNew.gho:1,dst=1:1 -sure -rb
 

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