Greetings. It's been a LONG time since using Ghost, but yesterday I spent the bulk of the day trying to Ghost an IBM X-345 Server. I have 3 x 33.5GB Drives with RAID-0. I wanted to Ghost the C-Partition for DR. The OS is Windows 2000 Advanced Server, and it's fully patched. After initiating Ghost from the boot disks, I select Partition->Image, and the partitions all appear correctly. I select the RAIDed Partition, and the Ghost application LOCKS-UP with an hourglass. I tried it repeatedly, with different disks, and even with an older version of Ghost, 7.5. All the same results. Has anyone seen this before?

Thanks in advance for anyone's help.

Regards,
Matt
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I have been a ghost user for over 7 years and this is one thing that it does not seem to handle very well. I use it for all of our notebooks, tablets, and desktops as it works great every time.

My suggestion for the server is to use Acronis and an external USB2 drive as it works perfectly every time.
Answered 09/28/2004 by: viperz2000
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Thanks for your input.

Regards,
Matt
Answered 09/28/2004 by: mfaiello
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