Ghost Explorer crashes when opening a Ghost Image file.
The crash of Ghost Explorer may be caused by a Ghost Image file with a corrupted header. Ghost explorer reads the drive structure size from the header of *.gho files and then allocates the associated amount of memory needed to open and modify the image file. If the drive structure size is corrupted and incorrectly reported as very large, Ghost explorer tries to allocate too much memory and crashes.
Symantec Development has provided replacement files to Ghost Solution Suite 2.5.1 as build 220.127.116.1120 to fix this problem. These files can be obtained by contacting Symantec Technical Support. This patch applies to GSS 2.5.1 build 18.104.22.1686 or above, so please make sure that you have upgraded to GSS 2.5.1 before applying the patch.
Caution: Applying these files to Ghost builds prior to 22.214.171.1246 may cause damage the program.
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