Re: Win 2003 system disk damaged - Clone system disk using Norton Ghost??
- From: "Camilo" <camilo_arango@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2006 19:15:38 -0500
Hello, I have determined (so far) that the best option would be to use the
backup tool Windows comes with, performa a backup and then restore it on the
Does anybody know hoe to *easely* do that?
...Or may be other alternatives?
thanks in advance,
"Camilo" <camilo_arango@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> escribió en el mensaje
I had a Win 2003 server with two physical disks configured as mirrors. The
mirror disk stopped sync because the master disk reports physical errors;
however, it stills works fine.
I need to clone the disk before it stops working. I mounted it in another
machine togheter with a new disk exactly the same one (Maxtor 80Gb) in
order to clone it using Norton Ghost. When trying to use the "copy MBR"
option, I get an error. Without it, the copy goes fine, but when trying to
boot the copy I get a Active Directory Error which prevents from starting.
It reboots in Active Directory Repair mode but its unable to solve the
problem, so the system is unusable.
What should I do? Is there a way to copy the system into another disk?
Since it still works fine, I can copy it, boot it, etc.. I just want to do
something before it suddenly stops responding.
Thanks for your help,
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