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Error 36000 - Ghost 12 on Windows 7; cloning 2-partition 500GB to 1000GB disk
I´ve been trying 3 times now to directly clone the internal 500GB HDD on my Lenovo T450 onto a 1TB HD connected via USB-SATA cable, which has failed every time. Using Ghost 12 and Windows 7 Professional.
Goal is to create a real "clone" of the internal HDD on the other one, then replace the two, so that in effect I get more space on my disk but keep everything else equal.
The internal HDD has two partitions (C: Boot, Crash Dump, Primary Partition with approx 10% free; F: (System Reserved), System, Active, Primary Partition with approx 80% free space).
Using a bootable CD to start Ghost, the "Check" on the internal HDD did not find any errors.
Then using the Disk - Disk copy option with default settings (not using the "force clone" option), the internal error 36000 came up quite at the end of the process.
Then tried decreasing the amount of junk files on the internal HDD (using CCcleaner, Windows SystemFile Check and Windows Defragmenter).
Then repeated the "cloning" process - same error at 99%, status bar I believe stated something about Copying remaining MFT table entries.
The clone process copies the partitions and data seemingly OK (increases the size of partitions according to the size difference between old and new disk during the process).
The Ghosterr.txt output file is attached.
Anything obvious I am doing wrong, or any ideas on what the problem might be? This is the first time I´m using Ghost and doing a "disk clone", so apologies for any strange wording or terminology.
Thanks in advance, Harald