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    Default Symantec Ghost 7.5 - Transfer Speeds?

    I use Ghost quite a bit and have just started to have problems with transfer speeds.

    Just wondering if anyone else uses it and what sort of speeds you get?

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    use powerquest driveimage!! fullstop

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    Using Symantec Ghost 7.5 Corporate Edition, I get 1.1GB/min transfer speeds on a SCSI setup.
    Understeer is when you hit a wall with the front of your car
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    Ive used PowerQuest drive image before and didnt like it. We have just paid 20 grand for Ghost so its not really an option

    @Pegasus Team : Have u done any through a network or do u only use SCSI?

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    Originally posted by BitchMonkey
    @Pegasus Team : Have u done any through a network or do u only use SCSI?
    Only done it on the local machine so far (my home one), although I will be imaging a couple of machines at work either later on today or tomorrow through the network so I will let you know how it goes.
    Understeer is when you hit a wall with the front of your car
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