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#1 trogloraspa

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 09:42 AM

Hello to everybody, 

 

Hope someone has the solution to my issue :

 

I would like to create USB drive for install some images provided in ghost.

the file iso has inside a ghost.exe, a ghost32.exe and a file .gho )

 

I insert the ISO into the XBOOT as a grub4dos iso image emulation, and everything looks fine but when ghost.exe want to start it looks for Z: ...  it think that the file .gho is in Z: so is unable to read it. 

 

How you think I have to solve this?

 

thanks


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Posted 24 January 2013 - 11:38 AM

Which exe actually runs, ghost.exe or ghost32.exe?

Why don't you extract the ISO to the USB drive?

Without more details on what this iso is, how it was made, what OS it boots to and what script it runs, it is difficult to help...



#3 trogloraspa

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Posted 24 January 2013 - 03:42 PM

Which exe actually runs, ghost.exe or ghost32.exe?

Why don't you extract the ISO to the USB drive?

Without more details on what this iso is, how it was made, what OS it boots to and what script it runs, it is difficult to help...

 

Thanks anyway.

 

Actually I solved the problem by my self :

 

 

the problem was on the autoexec.bat , there was the line incriminated to look for the Z: path

 

My Idea was to use the Xboot menu for have the possibility choose which ghost iso put into the drive, but Now I modified everything creating a little iso with just the ghost.exe ( not the ghost32.exe that don't work on the dos virtualization made by grub ) and than I can select the gho file I need .







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