Bootable USB Norton Ghost
This little tutorial here will show you how to make a bootable USB with Norton Ghost. Why would you want to do that? Norton Ghost is a disk cloning and backup tool that is useful for all sort of emulations and disk creating. We’re going to use a few tools specifically designed which will make the process really easy.
Get the files from the archive in the usual manner and place the folders in a convenient space where you can easily access them.
Now open Format USB by right clicking and selecting ” Run as administrator “, which may require you to input your password.
Now let me get you a few screen caps to get started. After opening the Format USB tool select FAT32 format, check format device, also check create a DOS start up disk and select from the browser the USB Norton Ghost ” Boot ” folder :
Click start . When prompted :
Following, go to the USB Norton Ghost folder and copy all the files, like so :
The files should be copied to your USB flash drive.
Only one thing left : delete the ” Boot ” folder from the flash drives, one of the folders you’ve just copied :
Voila! You’ve got USB Norton ghost on your bootable USB flash drive.