RollinSymantec Ghost 8.x and Norton Ghost 2003
Symantec Ghost 8.x and Norton Ghost 2003 support USB 1.1 and USB 2 connections for cloning operations that work with an external storage device such as an external USB hard drive.
For this type of cloning operation, use a Ghost Virtual Partition or the Standard Ghost Boot Disk. The option "USB Devices" is available only in the Symantec Ghost 8.x and Norton Ghost 2003 versions of the Ghost Boot Wizard.
Some problems using USB and FireWire in Norton Ghost 2003 were resolved in the November 1, 2002 update to Ghost. To prevent these problems, run LiveUpdate to update Norton Ghost 2003 to the latest version. Read the document Updates to Norton Ghost 2003. These problems are not present in Symantec Ghost 8.x
Earlier Ghost versions
Symantec Ghost 7.5, and earlier Ghost versions do not support cloning over a USB connection to an external storage device.
If you are getting the above message, it sounds as if Ghost does not understand where the destination harddrive is.Clone I get the message "Only 1 Drive- Cannot Clone locally (11050).
Yes, I gathered you were not successful using Ghost.gazza3411 said:Still didnt work!
This statement leads me to believe you made a Backup using other means.gazza3411 said:I backed up the disk using windows Backup fron C drive to E and it worked ok when I got the E Drive!
It appears in the windows version of Ghost's wizard, after you select the Destination Disk, which if you are unable to do so, you would not be able to see.I cant find an advanced button
Your settings appear to have changed from your post #8."NO USB" setting is ticked and the 1.1 setting is in gray?