If you want to copy the entire drive to another one of the same size with norton ghost do this!
• Make sure the hard drive you are cloning is fully functional and has on it all the games or apps backed up that you want on the new HDD.
• Hard drives should be the same size, exactly. Different manufactures use different sizes. I had problems using drives of different sizes.
1) Make a Norton Ghost boot disk.
2) Set the Jumper(s) on the ORIGINAL hard drive so that the HDD is master and install it into your PC.
3) Set Jumper(s) on the hard drive TO BE CLONED so that the HDD is slave and install it on the same IDE channel in the PC.
note: You can do the Original as Master on IDE1, and the Clone as Master on IDE2, but be CAREFUL NOT to kill your original HDD by overwriting the clone to it.
4) Make sure your computer CMOS is set to boot to the floppy first (probabally already is) and boot the computer off the Ghost boot disk.
5) Once the program loads, go to the menu and quit.
6) This will exit to the DOS prompt. At the DOS prompt type: “ghost /ir”. This will allow Ghost to simply copy bit for bit on the clone rather than try to read the image on the original HDD as a valid FAT32 or NTFS.
7) When Ghost has loaded this time, open the menu and go to “Disk” and then “to Disk”.
8) Select the original hard drive as the source. (If you jumpered the original as the master it will be the top drive to select in the menu.
9) Select the new hard drive as the destination.
10) This process will take anywhere from 45 minutes to 9+ hours to clone an 80 gig hard drive depending on the hard drive speeds and your computer speed.
NOTE: i use an old computer that just has the motherboard, processor, power supply, and floppy drive and i use the mouse, keyboard and moniter from my pc until the process starts. these are all the components that you need, and you keep your pc free.
11) When the clone is finished, the new hard drive should work identical to the original in any modded xbox.
12) Take the hard drives out of the PC and rejumper them to what they were before you installed them into the computer, most likely CS (cable select) or MAS (master).
13) Install it back into the XBOX.