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Posted on 11-05-06 00:30
So i'm sitting there today on the school computers, just browsing through random directories, when i come across the D:\ drive which is normally disabled. and it's labelled GHOST so naturally my curiousity is prevoked and I decide to see what kind of fun i can have with that. inside were two files, and they were a .GHO and a .GHS or whatever the second one's supposed to be. So i did a little bit of research and discovered that they are created by Norton/Symantec, and that they are used as a backup type thing incase the comps have a problem. So I'm wondering if anyone here knows anything useful about Ghost files, and if so, any info on them would be appreciated. (Oh, and i know that they only have a 2GB capacity, so if it goes over that, it splits the file, which is what makes the .GHS)

Thanks in advance for your potential help.