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ac186bab57 The entire Startup Repair process will normally need to be repeated a total of three times to repair the startup, sometimes less, but dont count on it.When the startup has been fixed, the target computer will boot up and this will signal the start of the Sysprep mini-setup process, which you specified in the answer-file when running Sysprep on the reference computer. Try again. Applying the drive image to the target computer. If it is not blank, use disk management to delete all partitions. Delete all partitions from the new HD before you start, awoodby Contributor4 Reg: 05-Jan-2011 Posts: 13 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 15 on Windows 7 to clone and replace Boot Drive Posted: 18-Jan-2011 12:44PM Permalink Don't even bother having windows7 disk try and fix the startup you're saying? BrianK Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 19-Apr-2009 Posts: 5,827 Solutions: 122 Kudos: 661 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 15 on Windows 7 to clone and replace Boot Drive Posted: 18-Jan-2011 1:43PM Permalink By all means try it. Having selected the appropriate drive image file, click Next. Sysrep setup is installing devices. This too failed and resulted in an unbootable system.after 4 hours of messing with this I gave up for the night, this morning I put the old failing drive back in on the boot sata cable, and it booted at least.AGAIN, how do I clone my failing drive? Windows7 already does backup, I purchased ghost specifically to be able to Ghost my boot drive.Where am I going wrong? I've followed the instructions (clone System 100G partition and c: partition, backing both up etc.)HIGHLY dissatisfied with you, norton redk9258 Norton Fighter25 Reg: 22-Feb-2010 Posts: 2,773 Solutions: 119 Kudos: 364 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 15 on Windows 7 to clone and replace Boot Drive Posted: 07-Jan-2011 7:50AM Permalink Is the drive you are copying to unallocated space? If you are creating the partitions that is the problem.With only the new drive connected, boot the Recovery Disc.Point the cursor to the upper left corner of the GUI and it should change to a finger. If you do not do this, the drive letters will likely get hosed up and cause a no boot situation the first time the original drive is out of the system.