I use a different method for storing Ghost Images to C
1) Create a separate FAT32 DISK PARTITION for storing temporary Ghost Image Files and assign the parition a DRIVE LETTER (I also assign that parition a volume label of "Recovery").
2) Configure Ghost to span images accross multiple image files w/ a maximum individual image file size of 700MB.
3) Let Ghost image your PARTITION(s) or DRIVE(s) (except the "Recovery" parition) such that the image files are written to the "Recovery" drive (that's why you assigned the Recovery parition a DRIVE LETTER). If you only have 1 HD, you won't be able to image the DRIVE as you can't IMAGE FROM and IMAGE TO the same HD at the same time. Instead you'll need to image INDIVIDUAL PARITIONS (except the Recovery Partition).
4) After Ghost is finished, re-boot into Windows and use your favorite CD Burning software to burn the image files to CD.
To configure Ghost to SPAN image files @ 700MB chunks, do the following:[*] Create a Ghost Boot Floppy[*] Open up the Boot Floppy's autoexec.bat
file in your favorite text editor (or Notepad.exe)[*] Change the line "GHOST.EXE"
to "GHOST.EXE -span -split=700"
[*] Save the file and exit your text editor. You now have a Ghost Boot Floppy that spans images @ 700MB chunks.
The above may seem a bit cumbersome; however, look at it this way:
a) You don't have to sit there while Ghost images the HD one CD at a time.
b) Once you're back in Windows, you can burn your image files AND work on your computer at the same time.