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How to use ghost parameters

By nirtal
Jan 18, 2004
  1. i'm haveing problems running ghost automaticaly
    i have 1 disk with 3 paratitions 1,2 ntfs and 3 is fat32 my image is on paratition 3 and i want to make a bootdisk the automaticaly opens the image to paratition number 2
    if anyone knows how to do it ill be very happy..... tanks
     
  2. scarmom

    scarmom TS Rookie

    รงรง
     
  3. Goalie

    Goalie TS Booster Posts: 616

    I don't know your version.. but you may want to try this:

    -clone,mode=pload,src=PATHTOGHOST:1,dst=1:2

    Replace PATHTOGHOST with the path as the bootdisk sees it.. IE: c:\backup\ghostfile.gho

    -clone tells it we're workign iwth a partition clone.. mode=pload tells it we're loading a partition. src is the sourcefile, in format drive:\path\file:partition from image. So the PATH:1 above assumes the ghost only has one partition in the image. dst tells it the destination.. in this case, disk 1, partition 2.

    Information pulled from http://ghosting.netfirms.com/switchesal.htm and http://ghosting.netfirms.com/automat.htm
    Don't hold me responsible if this doesn't work- make a backup of your full drive somewhere else just in case!
     
  4. RealBlackStuff

    RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 6,503

  5. Abkhiangte

    Abkhiangte TS Rookie

    Helo. this is my first time
     
  6. Abkhiangte

    Abkhiangte TS Rookie

    i'm haveing problems running ghost automaticaly
    i have 1 disk with 5 paratitions my image is on paratition 5 and i want to make a bootdisk that can automaticaly opens the image to paratition number 5
    if anyone knows how to do this, help me
     
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