Solved Norton Ghost: Invalid Drive Destination Error 11030 Posted on 2006-01-14 Windows XP 1 Verified Solution 4 Comments 2,269 Views Last Modified: 2011-08-18 Ghost 2003 has been working fine on my Instead of using Ghost let's try another way. If that is NOT done you would need at least 2 partitions to use it to the full. There can be many events which may have resulted in the system files errors. http://kreativexpert.com/norton-ghost/norton-ghost-usage-error-10027.html
but near end of convert I receive this error: ABORT 651,Unable to locate next Span. please help me again. –jafar Oct 28 '13 at 19:58 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Equations, Back Color, Alternate Back Color.
Note: The manual fix of Usage Error 11030 Invalid Destination Drive Ghosterror is Only recommended for advanced computer users.Download the automatic repair toolinstead. Thanks.But hey, if XP is undamaged and working properly, then can we conclude something is wrong with my copy of Ghost 2003? Back to top #3 feflicker feflicker X-S Messiah Members 3,626 posts Location:Scottsdale, AZ Xbox Version:v1.0 360 version:v1 (xenon) Posted 07 October 2003 - 03:27 AM Ghost works as long as you It is a single OS machine, no dual-boot.
Is there a dos command that will tell me every letter found on my ide's?Or through the bios? I never really thought of hard drive manufactuers having test clone programs--I mean Symantec has its Ghost clone programs, and Acronis True Image has theirs--but they aren't hard drive manufacturers. For now, I got the drive cloned. 0 LVL 97 Overall: Level 97 Windows XP 30 Message Accepted Solution by:war12006-01-14 WizeOwl, Glad changing hard drive works. Or if someone has used ghost b4 with xbox hdds, please feel free to reply:) Back to top #14 feflicker feflicker X-S Messiah Members 3,626 posts Location:Scottsdale, AZ Xbox Version:v1.0 360
Miller TEG Forum Member Members 19 posts Location:Belmont, NH Posted 02 March 2006 - 09:58 AM I am running XP-Home Edition. Is the present hard drive installed correctly? Since all devices mentioned are working perfectly, I hadn't bothered to mention this before. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
Set xbox hdd (empty one) to slave4. All of a sudden I am getting this error: Invalid Drive Destination Error 11030. It does this via a câ€¦ Document Imaging Document Management Adobe Acrobat Images and Photos Photos / Graphics Software Polish Reports in Access Video by: crystal Polish reports in Access so Booted from floppy5.
To do that, just type in: cd C:/Path/To/The/Ghost32.exe cd means change directory. Miller, is this"John, do it the way Steven said, saving the Image to G first, CUT & paste it to C", that bit is ok."and then send it back to G A couple of friends and I have successfully used Norton Ghost to clone an xbox HDD. BTW, what about, at this point, uninstalling Ghost and then restalling it from the CD?
Miller , Mar 02 2006 09:58 AM Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Please log in to reply 29 replies to this topic #1 John D. this content I turned power on again and it rebooted normally and everything thing I've done so far, saving your last post and printing it, writing this post, has worked normally.John 0 Back just a simplistic explination. 0 If you want me to compensate for your lack of knowledge of XP/computers etc. Loading...
If you have Usage Error 11030 Invalid Destination Drive Ghost errors then we strongly recommend that you Download (Usage Error 11030 Invalid Destination Drive Ghost) Repair Tool. It would be easier to just make an Image of the C drive if you're doing this for backup purposes. No harm done though if you do 'clone'. 0 ALLAN VirtualBox - fast Virtual PC Erunt - Registry backup utility nLite - make custom XP CD Back to top #5 John D. weblink The C drive will be drive 1, set that to 'Source' and G will be drive 2, set to Destination.Are you running Ghost from a Floppy or CD or what ?I
When success happens I will help others who want to clone hdds Edited by bozo8787, 09 October 2003 - 06:25 PM. Several functions may not work. I click "Ghost Advanced" and up comes a screen with 4-5 options.
but I have new problem! Your cache administrator is webmaster. locate the actually ghost32.exe file. I believe that it would have to be - for the switch to be implemented.src=source The drive with all of the files on itdst=destination The new drive that you are copying
I used the Local > Disk > To Disk option.What I suspected would happen, did: I got the same message as before.I never did bother to figure out the difference bertween for example c:\folder\subfolder\ghost32.exe and then the rest. –cybernard Oct 26 '13 at 18:39 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 2 down vote As you see, the I click it again and get a message: "Ghost is already running. http://kreativexpert.com/norton-ghost/norton-ghost-error.html It confused me cause I would think that the hdd to be cloned is my original with all my data not the empty.
It is possible to find an infinite set of points in the plane where the distance between any pair is rational? Here's what happened...or what didn't happen.When I call up my Ghost 2003, I get 3 options:Ghost Basic Back-up Restore View logGhost Advanced Clone Run inteeractively Peer to Peer Create Virtual Partition Then do me a favour and compensate for my lack of knowledge when it comes to spelling, gramer grammer and "stuff" corrected one spelling mistake on 19/12/07 there might be others Does the 11030 message mean that something is amiss with my destination drive? 2.
All the above actives may result in the deletion or corruption of the entries in the windows system files. Back to top #9 bozo8787 bozo8787 X-S Member Members 79 posts Posted 09 October 2003 - 06:22 PM I found this via google but can't decifer it:)QUOTE Problem:If you use your Save the image onto the C drive, that way G remains empty. Posted 05 March 2006 - 10:06 PM Hi, The boot disk isn't meant to start XP, it should give you a prompt like this A:\> which means you're in DOS.
Posted 05 March 2006 - 06:37 PM Hi Chaps, You're right Steven, as usual.(/leave grovel mode) I forgot you couldn't save an image of C to C, my mistake sorry John.