Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Try a new disc that hasn't been used. In Windows Explorer, switch to the CD-R/RW drive. That would be very cool. Source
Application error 12020" I read the symantec site and disabled power-saving mode and connect the CDRW drive and harddisk on two different connections. Attention: Ghost Error 12020 still cannot be repaired, you may need to update computer drivers. and i'm relectant to dispense advice on things for which i have no experience .. If you cannot access the CD-R/RW drive, then Windows 98 does not have compatible drivers for it, and the drive is probably not on Ghost's compatibility list. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/norton-ghost-error.76218/
While you come across Ghost Error 12020 issue, you should seek for a good solution to fix it immediately. I noticed that while the boot disk was star5ting up, there a line that says " SYSTEM COMPONENT NOT INSTALLED" Could someone help me on this.. Directly from Symantec: "Ghost version Symantec Ghost 7.5, Symantec Ghost 7.0, Symantec Ghost 6.5 Enterprise Edition, Norton Ghost 2001, and Norton Ghost 2002 can create image files and save them directly That would be pretty cool.
Been to Barts CD FAQ and 911cd.net (looks promising for what I want to do) but I'm just totally confused about what files I need beyond the one that Norton Book Right now I'm having a bitch of a time getting my cordless USB mouse to not lockup with Ghost in DOS. Everyone has a "method" but there is no sure fire method that fits all.Thanks for the links. will try this in multiple messages sure no problem.
I have tried using different brands of CDRs (actually 5 different ones) bu the error still appear. No, create an account now. I don't want to restore an image, although I could add it b/c I may want to at a later time.Bootdisk.com is where I found out about Emergency Boot CD http://www.ebcd.i-am.ru/. https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.TECH107418.html If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.
But i still can't get the burning process to complete successfully. FWIW, I do not recommend using erasable optical disks for backups. Create a SymAccount now!' How to troubleshoot problems when writing to CD-R and CD-RW drives TECH107418 January 14th, 2007 http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH107418 Support / How to troubleshoot problems when writing to CD-R and Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?
IP Logged notech Guest Back to top Re: bootable CD to run ghost (no FDD) Reply #6 - Apr 28th, 2003 at 5:44pm message too long errors. http://ftp.anadolu.edu.tr/Aofburo_Update/ghost_2003/readme.txt Solution Before beginning the troubleshooting process, make sure you are using the correct Ghost version and compatible hardware as follows: Ghost version Symantec Ghost 8.x, Symantec Ghost 7.5, Symantec Ghost 7.0, Submit a False Positive Report a suspected erroneous detection (false positive). From the "File name to copy image to" window, make a note of how many files and directories are listed on the CD-R/RW disc.
If so, you might also try this ... this contact form I thot there was a button that asked: "Do you want to make this CD bootable". For a list of Ghost Knowledge Base documents regarding how to use the CD-R/RW feature, see the document Ghost 2002 and 7.5 compatibility with CD-R and CD-RW drives. I read where ppl thought it would run in windows entirely and found they'd have to boot to dos to restore the image, only like me they have no floppy drive.
So, to be extra clear, Ghost does not offer the feature of making a CD bootable .. Step 1: Click here to download SmartPCFixer. I have checked the the website for supported cd-rws but im not shure what brand it is i just know its a CD-RW 24x10x40 ATAPI and i had bought it about http://wiicentre.com/application-error/application-error-20070-ghost.html If it is unavailable, then the problem can usually be resolved by updating the computer's BIOS, updating the controller card's BIOS, or loading required drivers for the CD-ROM driver or SCSI
Troubleshooting If the problem did not match one of the problems previously listed, search for the problem in the Ghost Knowledge Base at: http://www.symantec.com/techsupp Note that appropriate documents are often easier Thank you.Sincerely, Libra · actions · 2005-Jan-30 2:59 am · WillyPremium Memberjoin:2000-09-24USAkudos:1 Willy Premium Member 2005-Jan-30 9:24 am Make a new boot disk from the program on the drive and try For instance, if you are creating an image file of the first partition, copy Ghost.exe or Ghostpe.exe to the second partition and edit the file Autoexec.bat so that Ghost loads from
Try higher quality discs. Earlier Ghost versions cannot. Problems with the CD-R/RW disc Try using a different CD-R/RW disc: If you tried only one CD-R/RW disc, you have not eliminated the possibility of disc damage. You can always erase it.***Problems to watch out for:The disk I want to create from Norton Ghost's boot wizard is USB/LPT support.
Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Meanwhile I can use a CD-R disk with Record Now. Jacklz - sorry I don't know what that error is. Check This Out Check the startup files Config.sys and Autoexec.bat on the bootable floppy disk to make sure the startup files are not loading CD-R/RW driver files during startup, such as CDROM.sys or MSCDEX.exe.
Using a "CD-ROM Boot Disk" Ghost does not require CD-R/RW drivers to write to the supported CD-R/RW drives. MySymantec Create and manage cases, manage licensing and renewals, submit threats, and enroll with Symantec Rewards. The program is great! I need to connect thru LPT and grab the image - place it on the Fat32 partition to extract the needed files through Ghost Explorer, so I can refomat the other
Norton's standard one left much to be desired.