hi guys, imaging is not my thing but i have a quick question.
hard drive was imaged with norton ghost 2003, disk was partitioned before ghost, c=20gb, d=40gb.
can i use this image on a hard drive that is not partitioned. what are the outcomes of such a bold adventure?
imge basically contained xp and a couple of installed apps, office and the likes.
any feedbacl will be most appreciated.
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My experience with Ghost is also somewhat limited.

Ghost images are Created in 2 ways as far i i know, Partitions or Disks.
When you make an image from the partition you deploy the partition back on a disk. and that also works on other disks if the correct space is free for the placing of the partition.

Disk images dump the disk back, i know it works on disk that have the Exact of a larger ammount is space on the disk.

Answered 01/11/2006 by: The Packeteer
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Ghost will create the partitions on the drive as it is imaging it. You will be able to define the sizes of each partition within ghost.

Answered 01/11/2006 by: pjr107
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