There is no valid source drive to choose (11032)
Currently trying to create a new Image of a HP EliteBook 6930p w/ Windows 7 Pro x64.
Our method here has always been to boot from a NetBootDisk USB and map the ghost share and launch GHOST (MSDOS).
There is no faster way to ghost than this, especially over a gigabit switch. We used to use Ghost 8 to image our XP machines, no problem (including this model Laptop). But now because of Windows 7, we have purchased Ghost Solution Suite 2.5 that comes with Ghost 11.5.
WinPE is too slow to boot. So please, don't tell me to use WinPE instead of DOS.
Is it possible to insert SATA drivers into a MS-DOS Ghost build?
I've tried running ghost with the switches mentioned in another similar post, but still unable to image.