Ghost executable fails with 'Internal error 36000' when enumerating volumes.
Last Updated July 10, 2019
Ghost executable (Ghost64.exe or Ghost32.exe) fails with 'Internal error 36000' when enumerating volumes. This occurs at different points in the process where list of drives needs to be generated, even simply starting the executable and selecting: Local > Disk > To Image
GSS 3.3 RU2
Ghost executable version 220.127.116.1144
Stack trace section in ghosterr.txt:
This issue has been reported to Symantec Engineering and is being investigated.
As a workaround, we recommend using the previous version of Ghost executable (Ghost64.exe or Ghost32.exe).
GSS 3.3 RU2 - Ghost executable fails with 'Internal error 36000' when enumerating volumes.
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