Yes, it can be done with Ghost 2003, although it's not supported by
Symantec. That 76GB capacity value looks a bit odd for a SCSI drive since
they usually come in 73.5 GB capacity (or less).
Anyway, the following should allow you to clone your old SCSI drive to a new
one while retaining your old drive in case things go south:
System migrating using Ghost Options http://groups.google.com/group/micro...-image&rnum=11
Fujitsu MBA3073NP 73.5GB 15000 RPM 8MB Cache SCSI Ultra320 68pin 3.5"
Internal Hard Drive -Bare Drive
Merv Porter [SBS-MVP]
"ramrod" <ramrod007@newsgroup> wrote in message
> Sbs 2003
> Scsi hdd 76gb partition into (by Dell) 12gb/64gb
> Problem Need larger, more space, on C: drive!!
> Would like to clone to a NEW 76gb drive ... so parttion would be 24gb/
> 56gb (.. later using old drive as a data drive)
> The server is 5 yrs old ... more life in her yet... do not want to
> over spend .. but want to clone.. as c drv(12Gb) as runing out of
> space.... to a new drive with 24gb partition.
> Have done may pc's by booting into Ghost (dos) and then just cloning
> have seen some reports on here this may not work!
> So looking for some ideas.
> 1.would like to clone on boot..not image!
> 2. There is no raid etc... but would scsi drives cause issue...
> Any help ..ideas would be helpful Thank you