Jul 9, 2012 - Norton Ghost is a tool for creating backups of your entire hard-drive that can be recovered any time, for example in the case of moving to a new.
• Does full system backups (disk images): you can work with specific partitions or entire hard drives. • Does incremental backups: detects and backs up files that have changed since the last backup operation. • Does differential backups: automatically detects and backs up new files. • Has the ability to do granular backups for the files, file types or folders you specify. • Handles event-based backups: specific events will trigger a backup, such as the installation of a new program or sudden increases in data storage.
• Backups are encrypted to keep your data secure in case it falls into the wrong hands, and compressed to save disk space. • Backups can be made to almost any media, includingCDR/RW and DVD+-R/RW drives, USB, FireWire® (IEEE 1394) devices, Iomega® Zip® and Jaz® drives. • Recovers your system even when you cannot restart the operating system. • You can now copy recovery points to an FTP location in case you need to restore your data while being offsite.
• You can back up your data to your network-attached storage devices (NAS), for instance a shared drive on your home network. • Remote management is supported: you can control other Norton Ghost installations (12.0 or higher) on your local area network. • Backups can now be triggered when Symantec’s ThreatCon reaches a particular level. ThreatCon is Symantec’s global Internet security alerting system, so now your data can be backed automatically when the potential for your computer to be damaged by malware is high, for instance. • Restore your system with an on-disk software recovery environment thanks to LightsOut Restore - no bootable CD required!
• Integration with Google Desktop™: you can now use this free, highly-efficient indexing tool to quickly search the data you have already backed up. Whether you need to replicate hard drive data and applications or perform simple day-to-day backups, Norton Ghost 15.0 has the versatility you require. • Does full system backups: everything on a hard drive or partition can be backed up. • Does specific file, file type and folder backups: choose what files, file types or folders should be backed up when a full hard drive backup is not necessary. • Does incremental backups: detects and backs up files that have changed since the last backup operation.
As far as I know, these take care of the following ports (used for card readings: xD, CF, SD/MMC, HS/HS Pro), but that is it really. It is only when the Norton Removal Tool is completed following a re-boot that these problems are reported, although this can be rectified with a System Restore, but obviously NIS remains then. It is G:, H:, I: and J: that are definitely the problematic ones. Would someone please be able to offer some helpful advice, so that this Norton Internet Security Suite would be begone forever?
• Does differential backups: automatically detects and backs up new files. • All backups occur in the background with minimal impact on performance. • All backups are compressed for storage space optimization and encrypted to keep them secure.
• Can restore your system with LightsOut Restore, which provides you with a software recovery environment on your hard drive so you don't need to boot your machine using a separate CD. • Allows for remote management of other Norton Ghost installations (12.0 or higher) on your local area network. • New: copies recovery points to a FTP site allowing for easier offsite backup management. • New: can backup to Network-Attached Storage (NAS) devices. • New: interfaces with Symantec ThreatCon, triggering incremental backups as soon as ThreatCon reaches a threat level you specify. • New: integrates with Google Desktop™,allowing you to recover your data quickly thanks to searchable backup indexes.