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One More Time--Where Does The -FNI Switch Go?
Dec 11th, 2011 at 12:32am
 
                                                  December 10, 2011


Guys/Gals,

   I posted this November 9th and have yet to get an answer.

   This sticky fails to say WHERE the -FNI switch is put.

"You Need Ghost 2003 Build .793 To Use SATA And -FNI, Here's How"

http://radified.com/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1206707882

   Below is my "Make To HDD" Win98SE Floppy Batch File.

Where does the -FNI go??

Big Al

REM           Ghost 2003 Build .793 Will Now Make a C: Drive Image
REM
REM         To The G:\01_Ghost Folder With High Compression, Name It
REM
REM        Newest.gho, CRC Check It Twice, Then Re-Boot The Computer.
REM
REM                   So, Go Make a Cup Of Coffee, Already!
REM
REM
@echo off
Ghost03.exe -clone,mode=pdump,src=1:1,dst=G:\01_Ghost\Newest.gho -z3 -fx -sure
Ghost03.exe -chkimg,G:\01_Ghost\Newest.gho -sure
Ghost03.exe -chkimg,G:\01_Ghost\Newest.gho -sure
set comspec=c:\command.com
c:
cd\
set winbootdir=c:\windows
c:\windows\win.com
 
 
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Re: One More Time--Where Does The -FNI Switch Go?
Reply #1 - Dec 11th, 2011 at 12:49am
 
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Switches go on the Ghost command line. So -fni would follow -sure. But is is really necessary? I have two SATA HDs and Ghost 2003 needs no switches.
 
 
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