Ghost 11.0 Internal Error 8027
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An Internal Inconsistency Has Been Detected GhostGO Topics: CXO Cloud Big Data Security Innovation Software Data Centers Networking ghost error 8027 an internal inconsistency has been detected Startups Tech & Work All Topics Sections: Photos Videos All Writers Newsletters Forums Resource Library Tech Pro Free Trial Editions: US United States Australia United Kingdom Japan Membership Membership My Profile People Subscriptions My stuff Preferences Send a message Log Out TechRepublic | Forums | Hardware Hardware Register Now or Log http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/gss-v201-image-creation-internal-error-8027 In to post Welcome back, My Profile Log Out Recent Activity FAQs Guidelines General discussion 0 Votes Locked Internal Error 8027 An Internal inconsistency has been detected By roise4000 · 9 years ago I want to back up my c: partition on my USB external hard rive.my partition is NTFS and my external is FAT32. every time i try it, i get the "Internal http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/internal-error-8027-an-internal-inconsistency-has-been-detected/ Error 8027 An Internal inconsistency has been detected... bl;ablabla"the only way i can start an actual imaging process is by selecting "Image all - sector by sector copying" option on the ghost options before starting the imaging. This of course is not an option because i tried it yesterday and it took it like 8 hours to finally tell me there is not enough free space on a 30GB free external drive to put an image compressed in HIGH that by itself it's just above 36GB? so... i need to image only the C: partition and not all the disk sector-by-sector. Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. 1 total post (Page 1 of 1) + Follow this Discussion · | Thread display: Collapse - | Expand + All Comments Collapse - P.S. if actually anyone cares to take a look at the error meassge: by roise4000 · 9 years ago In reply to Internal Error 8027 An In ... *********************************Date : Thu Apr 10 11:11:11 2008Error Number: (8027)Message: A GeneralException occurredVersion: 126.96.36.1993 (Apr 19 2007, Build=1533)OS Version: DOS v7.10Command line arguments:Active Switches : AutoN
Home Forums Blogs Search HelpWelcome Message FAQs Search Tips Participation Guidelines Terms and Conditions All Community All Community Forums Ideas Blogs Advanced Log in https://fr.community.norton.com/en/forums/ghost-15-8027-error Sign up English简体中文 Français Deutsch 日本語 Português Español Home ForumsBlogs Ideas Norton ProductsCommunity Malware Discussion Norton Mobile Products Norton Public Beta Off-Topic Discussion Other Norton ProductsAnnouncements Norton https://plus.google.com/116605008692611819842/posts/YnpbvKSc8UX Security Backup Norton Internet Security | Norton 360 | Norton AntiVirus Norton Toolbar / Norton Identity Safe Norton Ghost Norton for Mac Norton Family PCTools Forum internal inconsistency Feedback Product Suggestions Not what you are looking for? Ask the experts! shiamak Regular Visitor3 Reg: 03-Mar-2010 Posts: 5 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Ghost 15 8027 error Posted: 03-Mar-2010 | 2:34PM • 6 Replies • Permalink Hi All Ghost Experts out there, I just bought Ghost 15 for creating image for my Win7 internal inconsistency has system (DELL T5400 with SATA Drive), I created boot disk sucessfully but ghost while creating/writing image on a DVD generates following error ABORT: 8027 : A GeneralException occured. I am really confused I thought Ghost15 was going to be easy to use with Win7? ANY HELP is really appreciated. Here is the ghosterr.txt file File Attachment: GHOSTERR.TXT Me Too0 Last Comment Replies shiamak Regular Visitor3 Reg: 03-Mar-2010 Posts: 5 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 15 8027 error Posted: 04-Mar-2010 | 11:58AM • Permalink Does anyone EVER GET any replies from this forum? shiamak Regular Visitor3 Reg: 03-Mar-2010 Posts: 5 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 15 8027 error Posted: 08-Mar-2010 | 2:36PM • Permalink ANYONE GONA HELP ME? TIA DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,227 Solutions: 325 Kudos: 1,982 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 15 8027 error Posted: 08-Mar-2010 | 4:53PM • Permalink Why don't you see if you can make the ISO without burning it.
RegionPrivacy Terms Maps TermsStart a hangout Christian JakubowiczChristian JakubowiczShared publicly - 2012-12-05Norton Ghost error 8027. Anyone have any insight on this matter? Google (and more importantly Symantec) are of little help.13 commentsDan Murray+121 ReplyFound something here (http://goo.gl/ZgTZc): Here Folks is the solution: These messages appear to be due to problem with how Ghost performs caching. To resolve the problem, use the WS and WD switches to turn off Ghost caching:Ghost.exe ws wd OR better try using all these switchesGhost.exe FNI -FFX -NOIDE -NOUSB -ws wd It has worked with me. This solution was posted in : http://goo.gl/RW9JtOther solutions here (http://goo.gl/7hkLF) and here (http://goo.gl/SFOzi) depending on if it's caused by partitions or memory.shrug Google Fu is hard to direct without any other information than the error number.Christian Jakubowicz+010 ReplyWe shall see...Brent Knauf+121 ReplyThe other option, which is what I did, is to remove the HDD out of the computer that you've spent all that time setting up and install it inside of the Ghost Server machine.On the ghost server, start a command prompt and start up ghost32.exe from Program Files\Symantec folder.Perform a local ghost and pull the image from the HDD that you just installed. It is a whole lot faster than across the network and the server can read the HDD a whole lot easier than DOS can.Add a comment...