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But I am far from sure of it doing much good this time. ????? 0 Back to top #9 managed managed ☼ Y ☼ N ☼ W ☼ A ☼ Members Disclaimer: This website is not affiliated with Microsoft Corporation, nor claim any such implied or direct affiliation. I'll look into that another time. Since both your hard drives seem to be the same size I'm a little puzzled why you're doing this, is it just to try it out ?It would be easier to this content

Gr3iz replied Nov 23, 2016 at 11:12 PM A to Z of Items #5 Gr3iz replied Nov 23, 2016 at 11:11 PM A-Z of Bands #3 Gr3iz replied Nov 23, 2016 Since both your hard drives seem to be the same size I'm a little puzzled why you're doing this, is it just to try it out ?It would be easier to Miller TEG Forum Member Members 19 posts Location:Belmont, NH Posted 02 March 2006 - 09:58 AM I am running XP-Home Edition. There was a progress bar; the little green rectangles ran quickly across 7/8 of the bar and stopped.

All of a sudden I am getting this error: Invalid Drive Destination Error 11030. When the Image is done select LOCAL > DISK > FROM IMAGE, select the Image file you saved then make the destination the G drive. Username Forum Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy Log in Btw, their little drive checking program shdiag would not work.

I found the download site through Google. Or what?========= 0 Back to top #4 managed managed ☼ Y ☼ N ☼ W ☼ A ☼ Members 8,807 posts Gender:Male Location:Liverpool, England Interests:Computers, Football, Science Fiction. Since both your hard drives seem to be the same size I'm a little puzzled why you're doing this, is it just to try it out ? I deleted both.Now, I didn't find a clone test downloadable program at Samsung--that is the manufacturer of my 'new' G drive.

Ghost does something the other programs may not do, it will 're-size' the partition on the 200GB drive to use all the space. C still is but nothing is accessible on G because, hoping a quick format would just maybe enable me to clone to it, I did a quick format. Common Message of Error Number 11030 Ghost: Runtime Error XXX, Unable to get property. Step 2 Click "Start Scan" to scan your computer.

Once that is done we can go on to the 'cloning'. 0 ALLAN     VirtualBox - fast Virtual PC     Erunt - Registry backup utility     nLite - make custom XP CD Back to top #3 John I tried what you suggested; Ghost recommended making an (emergency) boot disk in case I could not start Windows after the image file was made. I just ran virus scans, AVG, Ad-Aware Personal Edition, and Spybot. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service.

Error DLL EXE How to deal with Ghost Error Number 11030 How to Fix Ghost Error Number 11030? http://www.dllstack.com/windows-error/74814.html The only thing wrong last time (I think !) was my telling you to save the Image on the C drive, as Steven pointed out. keep up the good work! With no problem I dragged a small jpg file and a small Word file to it from my C drive...no problem.

Back to top #19 John D. news The SV4002H is 3 years, 8 months old and has long been discotinued.Anyhow I typed in "free test programs" in Google and came up with a strong recommendation for such a Re Casper's freezing one doesn't expect anything to be wrong with such a program; it wouldn't sell very well. Finally, after checking through Help Menus, that Window vanished.You know long ago--back in December--I cloned my C drive to my slave drive using Acronis 15-day free trial and it worked like

I'm not sure. Both C and G were working normally. Stay logged in Sign up now! have a peek at these guys The owners of this site are compensated by relationships with the recommended software products.

I used the Local > Disk > To Disk option.What I suspected would happen, did: I got the same message as before.I never did bother to figure out the difference bertween I attempted to do what you suggested. Then do me a favour and compensate for my lack of knowledge when it comes to spelling, gramer grammer and "stuff" corrected one spelling mistake on 19/12/07 there might be others

I found from some online site that 11030 is apparently a MS designation which is defined as "An invalid shaping rate object was found in the QOS provider-specific buffer." Can someone

Ghost Error Number 11030 are matched to how Windows operating systems are made yet others just range from wear and tear that comes about with everyday use: creating and deleting files, I have this little RAM-freeing program and it told me the CPU was running 2 to 20%. Can't I just leave it on G in the first place?[/quote]major confussionerm, what has been ment John D. ISSUE RESOLVED I tried another hard drive and it worked.

Edited by managed, 05 March 2006 - 06:44 PM. 0 ALLAN     VirtualBox - fast Virtual PC     Erunt - Registry backup utility     nLite - make custom XP CD Back to top #13 John D. There should be a program at the 'new' drive manufacturer's website that will 'clone' your old drive to the new one. I select the Destination drive (G) and proceed on through the screens until Ghost gives me the 11030 Invalid Destination Drive message.=================P.S. check my blog Solution 2: Run a complete system restore to remove Error Number 11030 Ghost problem.

In repeated attempts to clone my master C drive to my slave G drive, I keep getting the subject message from my cloning program: Norton Ghost 2003. We achieve RTOs (recovery time objectives) as low as 15 seconds. 30 Day Free Trial Join & Write a Comment Already a member? If I save the image to G to start, why is it then necessary to cut and paste it to C and then send it back to G again. It is a single OS machine, no dual-boot.

The C drive will be drive 1, set that to 'Source' and G will be drive 2, set to Destination. c. Then a Symantec tech said: "Try erasing the partition on the destination disk." I did; it still didn't clone. TimCutler, Apr 15, 2002 #3 Rockn Joined: Jul 29, 2001 Messages: 21,334 Did it work for you??

Posted 04 March 2006 - 10:58 PM Hi John, Let's try making an Image of your original C drive and then using that Image to put a copy of C onto Are you running Ghost from a Floppy or CD or what ? I select the Destination drive (G) and proceed on through the screens until Ghost gives me the 11030 Invalid Destination Drive message.Hi again,To set your mind at rest it's normal for SmartPCFixer full features registration is $29.97 for one year.

Then do me a favour and compensate for my lack of knowledge when it comes to spelling, gramer grammer and "stuff" corrected one spelling mistake on 19/12/07 there might be others Join and Comment By clicking you are agreeing to Experts Exchange's Terms of Use. Do you want to open the existing window?