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Kudos0

Application error 25058 unable to locate enough contiguous free space to load run.

Hi everybody,

I have created a backup via Norton Ghost(Semantic Recovery Disc) for all my computer's external hard disk(686GB) which has four partitions C: OS, System, D: Factory Recovery and HP tools.( from the bootable Semantic Recovery Disc, I have chosen "Local" option. Then: 'Disk'. After that, I have chosen "to image". Next, I have been directed to choose the destination. Finally, I have chosen my external hard disk(1TB)

When  I have restored(recovered) my computer from this full Image, Ghost 11.0(1998-2000) showed me this error below,  although  the progress of restoration reached to 85%, and the current restoring partition was 3/4:

Application error 25058 unable to locate enough contiguous free space to load run.

Increase the destination partition size or run Ghost with- NTEXACT Switch.

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NOTE: when I have created the image, the C partition had about space of 550GB  used and 136GB free. However, when I have restored from Image, C partition had about space of 50GB used and 536GB free).

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How can I increase the destination partition size or run Ghost with- NTEXACT Switch?

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Kudos0

Re: Application error 25058 unable to locate enough contiguous free space to load run.

Hi everybody,

I have created a backup via Norton Ghost(Semantic Recovery Disc) for all my computer's external hard disk(686GB) which has four partitions C: OS, System, D: Factory Recovery and HP tools.( from the bootable Semantic Recovery Disc, I have chosen "Local" option. Then: 'Disk'. After that, I have chosen "to image". Next, I have been directed to choose the destination. Finally, I have chosen my external hard disk(1TB)

When  I have restored(recovered) my computer from this full Image, Ghost 11.0(1998-2000) showed me this error below,  although  the progress of restoration reached to 85%, and the current restoring partition was 3/4:

Application error 25058 unable to locate enough contiguous free space to load run.

Increase the destination partition size or run Ghost with- NTEXACT Switch.

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NOTE: when I have created the image, the C partition had about space of 550GB  used and 136GB free. However, when I have restored from Image, C partition had about space of 50GB used and 536GB free).

-------------------------------------------------------------------

How can I increase the destination partition size or run Ghost with- NTEXACT Switch?

Kudos0

Re: Application error 25058 unable to locate enough contiguous free space to load run.

You confuse me. I thought you were using Ghost 15. Ghost 11 is part of Symantec;'s Ghost Soultion Suite. It is an enterprise pargram, not really for consumers. Please get help here...  http://www.symantec.com/connect/endpoint-management/forums/ghost-solution-suite

Kudos0

Re: Application error 25058 unable to locate enough contiguous free space to load run.

Please understand me,

This error has been destroyed my Factory Recovery partition. So, I am no longer able to use F11 for Recovery manager.

What can I do with this link you sent

I need help for what I have said. Could you please read my last post so you will understand me?

There is no any difference between any version of Ghost. I have created a backup of my compute and it succeeded. However, it failed in restoring my computer only.

How can I increase the destination partition size or run Ghost with- NTEXACT Switch?

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Kudos0

Re: Application error 25058 unable to locate enough contiguous free space to load run.

I have created a backup via Norton Ghost 11.0(Symantic Recovery Disc) for all my computer's external hard disk(686GB) which has four partitions C: OS, System, D: Factory Recovery and HP tools.( from the bootable Sysmantic Recovery Disc, I have chosen "Local" option. Then: 'Disk'. After that, I have chosen "to image". Next, I have been directed to choose the destination. Finally, I have chosen my external hard disk(1TB)

When  I have restored(recovered) my computer from this full Image, Ghost 11.0(1998-2000) showed me this error below,  although  the progress of restoration reached to 85%, and the current restoring partition was 3/4:

Application error 25058 unable to locate enough contiguous free space to load run.

Increase the destination partition size or run Ghost with- NTEXACT Switch.

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NOTE: when I have created the image, the C partition had about space of 550GB  used and 136GB free. However, when I have restored from Image, C partition had about space of 50GB used and 536GB free).

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Anyway, when the image failed to restore my computer, I have exited the Ghost and then my computer restart. However, this message showed me:

Windows boot Manager:

Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. To fix the problem:

1- Insert your Windows installation disc and restart your computer.

2- Choose your language settings, and then click "next"

3-Click repair your computer.

If you don't have this disc contact your System adminstrator or computer manufacturer for assistance.

file:\Boot\BCD

Status: 0XC0000225

Inf: An error occured while attempting to read the boot configuration data.

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After I couldn't do anything, I have brought my Recovery Discs and put the first one in the driver and then pressed ESC to return to the window of  choosing booting devices. In that windows I have chosen 'boot' from Driver. Then computer booted from first disc. Finally, Recovery Manager's windows showed me.

I have followed the instructions on that Recovery Manager until I finished from prepare my Windows.

When my Windows started, I was quite surprised that:

*The D: Factory Recovery  has been removed and its space merged to C.

*I was when I restart my compute I press F11 to boot to Recovery Manager. However, now this  no longer works.

*I was when I set up 'Show hide files and folders' from the "Folders Options", HP tools partition is shown in my computer because HP tools is originally a hidden partition. This no longer works now, although when I have run computer management, HP tools is shown.

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NOTE: I have recovered my computer two times with using Factory Recovery partition, which was on D,  and Recovery Discs before I have tried restoring with image created by Ghost. In each time, I only went through one restarting of my computer and then I have come to 'preparation my computer for its first use".
However, When I I have tried restoring my computer from Recovery Discs after the restoration failed during Ghost, my computer restarted several times(about 6 times) and in each time it restarted  and returned into a window with a title "Software installation". This window(This windows I didn't go thourgh it before.) continues about 30 minutes .Then  I have come to 'preparation my computer for its first use" .

Kudos0

Re: Application error 25058 unable to locate enough contiguous free space to load run.

cooperator,

As Red pointed out, you are in the wrong forum. We don't use the Ghost you are using.

Kudos0

Re: Application error 25058 unable to locate enough contiguous free space to load run.

Thanks a lot

How can I do now? Could you direct me where I can post my problem?

Kudos0

Re: Application error 25058 unable to locate enough contiguous free space to load run.

I gave the link in Message #2.

Kudos0

Re: Application error 25058 unable to locate enough contiguous free space to load run.

Yes, I have checked up at that forum but unfortunately, I didn't find any solution, although some member posted the same error.

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