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Ghosting - Definition

Ghosting is a term used to describe a shadowing effect on any moving images on a screen. This type of issue can occur if you are using an older monitor, have a software setting enabled that causes this effect, or the system resources are low. It also means using Symantec's Ghost program to copy the complete contents of a hard disk drive to another media, such as another hard drive, CD/DVD or a network drive. Once ghosted, this image can quickly be distributed over several computers.


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