Norton Ghost v.14.00 - keyg separate+recovery disc:::::
Norton Ghost provides advanced backup and recovery for your computer.
Protect your documents, financial records, presentations, photos, music,
videos, historical documents, or any other kinds of data you keep on your
computer by making a backup of your computer's entire hard disk. Or, limit
your backup to include only those files and folders that mean the most to
You can schedule backups to capture your changes automatically as you work
from day to day. Or start a backup manually at any time. You can also
easily configure Norton Ghost to run a backup in response to specific
events. For example, a backup can be started when a particular application
is started, or when a specified amount of new data has been added to the
When you experience a problem with your computer, you can restore a file,
folder, or an entire drive, to return your computer to a previous, working
state with the operating system, applications, and data files intact. Or
if you accidently delete a personal file, get it back with a few simple
Using easy-to-follow wizards, set up fast and reliable backups that run
while you continue to work. Or schedule your backups to run after hours
when you are no longer using your computer.
When disaster strikes, Norton Ghost helps you recover your computer from
the effects of many common problems, including
Virus attacks: Damage might be done before a virus is quarantined.
Faulty software installations: Some software can negatively affect your
computer's performance, slowing it down to the point that opening programs
or documents can require too much time. But once installed, uninstalling a
product might not recover unintentional damage done during an install.
Hard drive failure: Data can become corrupted on your system drive
(typically C), making it impossible to start your operating system
Files accidentally deleted or overwritten: Accidental deletion of files is
common, but often costly.
Corrupted files: Individual files and folders can become corrupted by
viruses, or when a program used to modify them encounters an error.