Anyone have experience using Ghost on a system with SATA drives?
My drive(s) are running on a nF4 chipset which Windows sees as regular IDE- i.e., I don't need to F6 drivers in for a regular (non-RAID) XP install.
My first attempt at making a Ghost image simply froze in the DOS screen...I had the empty Ghost window but no activity at all.
Windows was unbootable after this as Ghost sets up a virtual C: drive and borks the XP MFT.
After recovering from this (full reinstall) I tried again, this time using a command line switch ("-noide") that is supposed to resolve this issue.
This is irritating.
Either Ghost is simply not capable of dealing with SATA drives properly (an opinion widely held in Google searches), I'm doing something terribly wrong (an opinion widely held amongst my friends) or my i-RAM drive is the culprit.