I installed ghost standard tools 3.2.msi in a windows 10 64bits professional and everything went correctly. Then I run ghost standard tools 3.2_RU4.msi and when it is about to end it shows the error related to a script and in the list of programs I see two instances of ghost standard tools and also gives an error when trying to uninstall them. I have seen several related articles and followed instructions but I still can not get the installation to work properly.
Does anyone know how to fix it?
I have seen this issue from time to time.
First navigate to C:/Program Files (x86)/Symantec/Ghost and delete the ghost folder. You should then be able to uninstall the ghost standard tools product from the control panel -> add remove programs.
Clear the temp at %TEMP% and then re-install GST 3.2 RU4, this should get you going in the right direction.
How to use Ghost 3.x Standard Tools to create images?
The same thing happened to me when I attempted to install GST 3.2 RU4.
If you delete the Ghost folder here: C:/Program Files (x86)/Symantec\Ghost
You will also be deleting any preivous Configurations that you had setup. I found that running a repair on GST 3.2 RU4 and then running the application as an administrator takes care of any issues.