Exploring a recovery point through Windows Explorer

When you explore a recovery point, Norton Ghost mounts the recovery point as a drive letter and opens it in Windows Explorer.

For each drive that is included in the recovery point, a new mounted drive letter is created. For example, if your recovery point contains backups of drives C and D, two newly mounted drives appear (for example, E and F). The mounted drives include the original drive labels of the drives that were backed up.

To explore a recovery point through Windows Explorer

  1. On the Tasks page, click Manage Backup Destination.

  2. Select the recovery point or recovery point set that you want to explore, and then click Explore.

  3. If you select a recovery point set that contains more than one recovery point, in the Range list, select a recovery point, and then click OK.