Exploring a recovery point through Windows
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
On the Tasks page, click
Select the recovery point
or recovery point set that you want to explore, and then click
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.