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Symantec Recovery Disk (SRD) for Norton Ghost v15.0.1 (SEP 2014)


Symantec Recovery Disk (SRD) for Norton Ghost v15.0.1 (SEP 2014) | 192 Mb

The recovery environment makes restoring your computer possible after almost any computer disaster. Occasionally, a computer failure can leave the operating system intact but prevent you from restoring a recovery point after restarting. Or, a computer failure can leave the operating system inoperative, making restoration seem impossible. For these types of situations, you can restore your computer by using a recovery point from within the recovery environment (Symantec Recovery Disk).

Symantec Recovery Disk (SRD) for Norton Ghost v15.0.1 (SEP 2014)

In Symantec Recovery Environment, you can perform following backup and restore tasks:
• Recover My Computer : Restore your drive or partition from backups
• Back up My Computer: Create a recovery point for your drive or partition
• Recover My Files : Restore your files from a recovery point or from a file and folder backup

What's New in This Release:
Fixed -- error E4BC0005: Unable to restore file id: [path]. Cannot restore the backed up file(fbf) when AES encryption is enabled and over 1GB zip file on network share or on CD/DVD
Fixed -- "System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException" error message after selecting "Unable to determine status" on Home tab.
Fixed -- After using Copy Drive with Windows 7 both HDs are rendered non bootable.
Fixed -- "You do not have sufficient privileges to perform this operation" message and Norton Ghost service stops and will not restart following reboot after install
Fixed -- Windows Security alert that windows can't verify the publisher of this driver software during install of SP1
Fixed -- BROWSE not functioning for "locate virus definitions folder" in Lights Out Restore
Fixed -- Product Activation and Help|About does not display correct number days remaining for activation

Symantec Recovery Disk (SRD) for Norton Ghost v15.0.1 (SEP 2014)

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