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I am trying to restore a Norton Ghost image of Windows XP, but at some point, it searches for every drive (A,B,C,D,..). I don't have a floppy(A:) in my PC anymore, but on the screen is a command prompt waiting for me to introduce a floppy drive. How can I can skip this step?

I know this is possible to do, because someone did it for previously, but I don't know exactly what the command is to skip the search.

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What version of Ghost? How are you restoring - via a bootable disc/GhostCasting/other? – Karan Mar 18 '13 at 20:32

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