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« on: September 21, 2007, 01:02:55 PM »

Using Ghost in NVRAID
The Symantec Ghost Client can interface with hard disk controllers by accessing the
appropriate memory and hardware locations directly. However, in doing so, this can
bypass the RAID enhancements that are provided by the system BIOS. The system
BIOS understands the underlying disk and RAID array structures and formats. In
order to properly use Ghost to interact with a RAID volume, the user should ensure
that the tool is operating in a mode where it does not talk directly to the hardware
resources, but rather communicates using the system BIOS.

In order to use Ghost in a RAID volume, the user must:
1. Disable the Ghost Direct Disk Access
2. Force it to rely on Extended INT13 to access the disk

Ghost Version 7.5
To set these options for Ghost Version 7.5, do the following:
1. Start Ghost from the DOS prompt. (Not the Windows Command
2. Prompt session)
3. Select the
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