The file with the GHS extension is used as a segment of a disk image created with Norton Ghost that spans multiple files.
Ghost is a disk cloning program developed by an independent developer named Murray Haszard and sold by Symantec.
The name GHOST is an acronym for 'General Hardware-Oriented System Transfer'.
This type of format is usually saved with other GHS file segments and a GHO format and extension file, which contains the initial segment of the disk image.
Beginning with Symantec Ghost version 6.5, segment files use the naming convention of filename, followed by a numeric 001, 002, 00N, and then the GHS extension, as follows 'name001.ghs', ' name002.ghs', 'name003.ghs', etc.
Norton Ghost was later renamed Ghost Solution Suite hosted by Broadcom.
GHS files are not designed to be opened manually, by the user, however the software to work with them is as follows
If you downloaded a GHS file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open GHS File on iOS device follow steps below:
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