Re: Ghost 15 Copy Drive Failure
04-22-2012 05:06 AM
Preparing your desktop only happened with the new method.
Let me give you an example of a drive letter issue. You have two HDs in your computer. A Windows OS is on the first HD and a single data partition is on the second HD. You create an image of the OS writing it to an external HD. You then delete the partition on the second HD, remove the first HD and restore the image to the unallocated space on the only HD in the computer. You power on and find Windows won't load due to a drive letter issue. Do you know why?
If I new the answer to that I would be in the same league as you.
To be honest mate I don't know, but I would think that the newly created HDD from the image thinks it should be C: drive but it would be the next one up D: and it keeps trying to load C: