Try using the combination of switches: -FNI -FFX -NOIDE -NOUSB
Change the BIOS setting for the SATA hard drive.
In the BIOS on the client computer, there may be a section called 'SATA' or 'Hard Disk.' Depending on the particular computer, the setting should be changed to one of the following:
Legacy SATA Mode
Note: Some models of HP machines do not let you edit the BIOS. HP offers a configuration utility that can be run to edit BIOS settings. You will want to contact HP for the executable.
Are you using AHCI mode?
You must turn off AHCI in the BIOS.
Is there an IRQ conflict with the NIC driver?
In some cases, there can be an IRQ conflict between the SATA drive and the DOS NIC driver used by Ghost. If you have Ghost 11.0.x, try using the NIC template called 'Universal Packet Driver v2.0 [irqcfg]' You could also try updating the DOS NIC driver as listed in the Ghost Boot Disk Wizard. To make the change, see the document 'Adding or modifying NIC templates in the Ghost Boot Wizard'
Have you tried MS-DOS?
Using MS-DOS could help in some cases. To import MS-DOS, see the document : 'How to import MS-DOS into the Ghost Boot Wizard'
http://service1.symantec.com/support/on-technology.nsf/docid/2002101811534325 You must tell Ghost to use MS-DOS, by either recreating your boot media, or setting the computer to use MS-DOS in the Ghost Console. You can make the change to a machine in a machine group by right clicking on the machine name and selecting
Properties, then the
Client tab. Specify
MS-DOS rather than
Flash the BIOS.
If the SATA drive still cannot be accessed, you may want to flash the BIOS on the client computer.