You can use One Time Backup to quickly define and run a backup that creates an independent recovery point from Norton Ghost. You use the One Time Backup Wizard to define the backup. The backup runs when you complete the Wizard. The backup definition is not saved for future use. You can use the independent recovery point later.
This feature is useful when you need to back up your computer or a particular drive quickly before a significant event. For example, you can run a one-time backup before you install new software. Or, you can run it when you learn about a new computer security threat.
To run a one-time backup from Norton Ghost
If appropriate, in the lists, select the command files that you want to run during a particular stage in the recovery point creation process. Then, specify the amount of time (in seconds) that you want the command to run before it is stopped.