How to Clone Your Bootable Hard Drive Norton Ghost 15

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, September 3, 2013
  • This is how to copy your entire hard drive to a larger disk, fully allocate all space, set it as active and begin using it.
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  • Mike McDermott

    Mike McDermott

     3 years ago +1

    Been trying to clone a failing HDD keeps telling me to select "ignore bad sectors" which I do - it then starts cloning & fails "due to bad sectors"

    Norton Ghost ground hog day !

  • Grateful Child

    Grateful Child

     4 years ago

    I have a HP computer which has a recovery drive D:\.  It's the same hard drive, but will copying C:\ to a new drive include the partition?

  • Tuan Le

    Tuan Le

     4 years ago

    I get an error msg using Ghost 15.

    -Error EC8F17B3: Cannot complete copying of SSD (C:\) drive.
    --Invalid destination.
    ---Invalid destination.

    Any idea?

  • Deano Essex

    Deano Essex

     5 years ago +1

    will this copy the entire hard drive ie pictures, programs, registry etc etc etc? I have a drive that keeps saying hard-disk drive failure and want to just copy the entire stuff over without having to reinstall everything.



     5 years ago

    what?! can't hear you

  • Xavier Cruz

    Xavier Cruz

     5 years ago +4

    British people can be so good at explaining things. It's amusing.

  • Bobalazs


     5 years ago

    will this copy included linux partition as well and set linux boot loader active? Or would i have to use gparted?