I have a 120gb hard drive which had 3 partitions, C, D and E. C = OS, D = Programs and E contained only data and was almost empty with nothing of importance.
I have Ghost 2003 and made an image using a DVD rewritable of only the C and D drives. All seemed to go well at the time (several months ago).
Two days ago I was having some problems I could not reconcile, so I decided to use Ghost to restore my hard drive.
This is what I ended up with:
I now have 2 partitions, both 60gb. The OS is on C and Programs are on D and E is completely gone.
Everything works fine, but I am dumbfounded by the changes Ghost made in my hard drive. This was the first time I had used ghost to restore a hard drive image. E was the largest of the virtual drives and I had intended to use it
I went to Symantec and basically all they said was that I had an older version of Ghost. My response to that was "So What !!!. It supposedly supports everything I want to do. Ghost supports DVD, and says I can image any drive or drives or the whole hard drive.
My question is has anyone ever experienced this or have any idea what I did wrong or what went wrong with Ghost?
Any suggestions are surely appreciated.