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Symantec also enhanced the backup functionality by providing support for CD-RW and rewritable DVD as well as support for hard drives and other logical devices.
The update also supports external hard drives through USB 1.1 or 2.0 connections, as well as Fire Wire (IEEE 1394) storage devices.
Symantec's prime goal with Norton Ghost 2003 is to eliminate those kinds of criticisms and offer a capable but easy-to-use program.
Although Ghost still shells out to DOS to complete its operations, Symantec has eliminated the previous version's requirement that you use a bootable floppy disk.
Symantec uses the program's new "virtual partition" technology to eliminate the need for using the boot disk in most situations.
The new version of the program, announced this week, will be available on 15 September and is priced at AUD9.95.
It is aimed at small businesses as well as home users.