You may need to include the -IB switch which captures the entire Boot Track in your Ghost command line when capturing an image. For more information on sector switches, see the document Switches: Sector Copy.
You may need to include the -FDSP switch to restore the image so that the original disk signature that includes information such as drive letters is preserved.
If all of the above fail to capture/restore a working image, you may need to use the -IA, -ID or -IR switch when you capture the image. These switches would create sector image copies and would include all of the blank space on the drive. These sector Images can only be restored to the same size or larger hard drive. For more information about sector switches, see the document Switches: Sector Copy.
A GUID Partition Table (GPT) is part of the Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) standard introduced to replace the Basic Input Output System (BIOS). It was initially introduced for Itanium servers only, but is becoming more commonly used in other platforms.
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