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Sounds like the PC is having

Sounds like the PC is having dirty shutdowns... not powered down properly. You might want to run chkdsk and defag the drive to see if that helps. ...
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14-Feb-2019 | 3:39PM
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Can you look at the

Can you look at the properties of the backup job? Is there an external HDD that is not connected? How about going to Tasks > Manage backup destination... and delete the recovery points there? I'm not sure what else to try other than nuke all.pqj f ...
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03-Jan-2019 | 3:19AM
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What type of backup is it?

What type of backup is it? Recovery Point or File and Folder? ...
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02-Jan-2019 | 1:59PM
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You opened the file with

You opened the file with notepad and read it's "DisplayName" description? Check the last modified date. How does it compare to the others? If it is indeed the old orphaned file, you should be able to delete it.  ...
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02-Jan-2019 | 3:02AM
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What is the file extension

What is the file extension for those long numeric names? ...
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01-Jan-2019 | 2:15PM
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For images (Recovery Points).

For images (Recovery Points)... search in  C:\ProgramData\Norton\Norton Ghost\Schedule  for *.pqj files. They are not very intuitive with the file names. Open them with notepad and look for the text "DisplayName". You should see the name of the ...
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01-Jan-2019 | 8:29AM
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What OS? WinXP? Try C:

What OS? WinXP? Try C:\Program Files\Norton Ghost\Agent\Schedule\ {**************}.pqj ...
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26-Nov-2018 | 4:57PM
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I suspect a driver issue.

I suspect a driver issue. Your hardware is much newer than Ghost 15, right? You could use 7-Zip to extract the files from the SRD that are needed** to a flash drive. Then, Boot from a WinPE 3.0 (Windows 7 32-bit) and launch the recovery application (V2iSR ...
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01-Oct-2018 | 7:49PM
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Maybe a chipset driver issue?

Maybe a chipset driver issue? eSATA is basically the same as an internal drive, right? I have a batch file that will build the Ghost SRD on Windows PE 3 (Windows 7). Maybe it would be more compatible. WinPE3.0... https://community.norton.com/en/forums/how ...
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22-Sep-2018 | 8:04PM
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How is the external drive

How is the external drive connected? The Ghost 15 SRD is based on Windows PE 2 (Vista). It does not recognize USB 3. Try using a USB 2 drive or preferably an internal drive. Always verify recovery points after creation. ...
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22-Sep-2018 | 4:07PM
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Or, I guess you could try the

Or, I guess you could try the Ghost 15 SRD... ftp://ftp.symantec.com/public/english_us_canada/linked_files/Ghost/NGH15... ...
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15-Apr-2018 | 8:03PM
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The motherboard is probably

The motherboard is probably to new. The version of Windows PE included with the Ghost 14 SRD probably has no drivers. Maybe you could build a new SRD using WinPE 3? https://community.norton.com/en/forums/how-build-ghost15-srd-winpe-30 https://community.no ...
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15-Apr-2018 | 8:01PM
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Norton Ghost 14 is not

Norton Ghost 14 is not compatible with Windows 10. Instead of gambling on software designed for 3 OS versions prior, use something that is designed for Windows 10. ...
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14-Apr-2018 | 3:07PM
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The internal drive passed

The internal drive passed chkdsk? If so, maybe try a repair install of Ghost. The error message points to a failing harddrive or bad cable. You could also try a Cold Backup from the SRD. ...
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06-Apr-2018 | 3:05AM
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https://community.norton.com

https://community.norton.com/en/forums/insert-recovery-disc-error-after-... ...
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05-Apr-2018 | 3:32AM
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This is a glitch that occurs

This is a glitch that occurs on the Ghost 15 SRD using the Cold Backup. Ghost 15 has somehow determined that the hardware has changed and is trying to use a feature that is supposed to be disabled. The feature is from Symantec System Recovery (or whatever ...
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05-Apr-2018 | 3:28AM
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Is this a one time back up or

Is this a one time back up or part of an incremental back up? If incremental, try one time. Maybe try a different USB cable and / or port. ...
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05-Apr-2018 | 3:07AM
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Failing or corrupted hard

Failing or corrupted hard drive? Run chkdsk.exe /R on the source disk and the target disk. What OS? How many drives? How are they connected? ...
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03-Apr-2018 | 6:56PM
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Maybe this would work...

Maybe this would work... https://community.norton.com/en/forums/how-build-ghost15-srd-winpe-31 ...
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21-Mar-2018 | 2:22PM
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You will get better answers

You will get better answers here... https://www.symantec.com/connect/product/ghost-solution-suite This forum is for Norton Ghost, which is a consumer product. ...
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28-Feb-2018 | 4:48PM
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I believe Symantec Ghost

I believe Symantec Ghost Solution Suite can restore v2i images. ...
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20-Feb-2018 | 3:03AM
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You could try the Ghost 15

You could try the Ghost 15 SRD. Here is a link to the ISO file to burn to CD-R... ftp://ftp.symantec.com/public/english_us_canada/linked_files/Ghost/NGH15... There might be a compression setting that is incompatible. I'll cross my fingers that you ca ...
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19-Feb-2018 | 7:03PM
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Had a hell of a time finding

Had a hell of a time finding this but is probably relevant for you... https://community.norton.com/en/forums/ghost-15-options-recovery ...
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07-Jan-2018 | 7:43AM
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Ghost version? What OS are

Ghost version? What OS are you using? You used the COPY function to clone drive to new drive? What options?  How did you handle the new drive when connected to PC first time? Did you let Window initialize it and assign a drive letter? ...
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07-Jan-2018 | 7:27AM
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Don't uninstall / reinstall.

Don't uninstall / reinstall. Read the post below. However, consider Ghost 15 hasn't been updated in YEARS and was released several Windows versions ago. It MIGHT work fine. It might NOT. Do you really want to find out the hard way? In other word ...
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29-Nov-2017 | 6:04PM
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He said he already purchased

He said he already purchased it years ago. The video you linked has nothing to do with Ghost 15. ...
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24-Nov-2017 | 11:24AM
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Installer SRD IMAGE

INSTALLER (click) SRD IMAGE (click) You'll need your license key. ...
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11-Nov-2017 | 11:32AM
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I tried the fail activation

I tried the activation again. It is working now. I am getting a message about the license key being used too many times and cannot be activated. Oh well, at least the server is working now. ...
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28-Sep-2017 | 8:20PM
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I installed Ghost in a

I installed Ghost in a virtual machine running Windows XP SP3. Ghost cannot connect to server to activate. I am given 2 choices.. Activate using a browser or phone. Browser does not work. Guess you are screwed since the number you called could not help. T ...
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11-Sep-2017 | 6:00PM

https://community.norton.com

https://community.norton.com/en/forums/how-activate-ghost-15-windows-81-... Norton Ghost has not been updated in YEARS and is now obsolete. About 3 versions of Windows have been released since the last Norton Ghost update. If you really like Norton Ghost, ...
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24-Aug-2017 | 5:59PM