How does one get past this? This happens about once a week during incremental backup of my C: drive. Sure enough, it worked for, what? When posting logs try using the 'insert code' tool on the editing toolbar . http://kreativexpert.com/norton-ghost/norton-ghost-15-error.html
It is recommended that this drive be replaced soon. If you really like Ghost 15, then look at the replacement Symantec System Recovery R2 Desktop Edition. I noticed a needs attention on the icon tray, so I checked and the C: backup had not run. Then prepare the new drive ready to do the "Image transfer" but don't tick the box to ignore bad sectors, I can't guarantee it but it might be worth a try.
That's what I do if I can't fix something in 5 minutes. If you run a backup and tick the box to ignore bad sectors then the backup should be valid, you can verify it to make sure the file is usable. Any assistance would be appreciated. I was able to upload that just fine.
Using Ghost 2003, and trying to upload to a Western Digital external HD (usb). Every other day, I get the same warning(below).Running Vista SP1 with UAC flat out disabled. If you do it a couple of times without rebooting the machine, then the "Access Denied" behavior comes back. the error I am getting is Win32/Win64 API DeviceloControl(IOCTL_VSNAP_SET_SNAP_VOLUMES) failed the log on this error says to reboot the system and every thing was fine, but I am not having that
I have tried every which way to ascertain the problem but I am completely baffled other suggestions would be appreciated. As always, thanks very much for the reply/info. This does not appear on my new drive, but everything works and “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it”. Do one of the following: For Windows Vista: Enable the option Include inheritable permissions from the object's parent.
If so try disconnecting it and see if that takes care of the error message. Translated Content This is machine translated content Login to Subscribe Please login to set up your subscription. To ignore this error and backup this drive, select "Ignore bad sectors during copy" from the advanced options in the Drive Backup Wizard. "Warning A7C30019: The type of errors encountered indicate In fact, every time you re-install, it will run, check for updates, apply them, reboot.
I am actually following Ghost's advice by replacing the drive, so this is rather frustrating. Will this resolve the “Windows is not genuine” issue?" Leaving the old HD in place for the first boot from the new HD will cause a drive letter issue. Ghost Error 662 jjf1312 Regular Visitor3 Reg: 19-Jul-2008 Posts: 8 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 14 Error E0BB0061 Posted: 28-Jul-2008 | 2:34AM • Permalink Ok , I pushed my luck with my last I see it answers my questions about setting the drive and the MBR.
Error E0BB0083: Unable to create incremental image. I mean seriously, how many times do we have to install, re-install and do that song and dance? Ask the experts! http://kreativexpert.com/norton-ghost/norton-ghost-error.html Sarel DStain Norton Fighter25 Reg: 26-Aug-2010 Posts: 1,900 Solutions: 41 Kudos: 119 Kudos0 Re: Norton Ghost hard drive copy ignores "ignore bad sectors" Posted: 25-Mar-2012 | 1:09PM • Permalink Sarel, best
Include with entries explicitly defined here. -Replace permission entries on all child objects with entries show here that apply to child objects. 10. I don't get the bad block errors, and in fact, I now get all the way to the point where you click yes to begin the install, and get a bad And to think I gave up Acronis TrueImage for this.
I saw that error once and it turned out that Ghost was trying to read drive information off the zip drive when it started up. Can you image Win7 to one of these partitions to see if it works? As a systems engineer and developer,I've checked everything. redk9258 Norton Fighter25 Reg: 22-Feb-2010 Posts: 2,796 Solutions: 119 Kudos: 368 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 15 - Error E7B70001 - Win32/Win 64 API true failed Posted: 10-Oct-2011 | 6:28PM • Permalink I
One day? When one does a recovery does one have to do these three 'manually’, or will there be boxes to tick off? Brian_K Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 19-Apr-2009 Posts: 5,839 Solutions: 122 Kudos: 662 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 15 - Error E7B70001 - Win32/Win 64 API true failed Posted: 11-Oct-2011 | 1:12PM • Permalink check over here Will this resolve the “Windows is not genuine” issue?