A V2I file is a file used by the Norton Ghost application to store disk images and backups.
Norton Ghost is a backup and recovery software that can be used to create and restore backups of a computer's files and operating system. Norton Ghost can be used to open V2I files and create a new virtual hard drive from the data contained within the V2I file. This can be useful if you want to access the files contained within a V2I disk image or if you want to create a new virtual machine using the data contained in the V2I file.
Norton Ghost was originally developed as a standalone application for creating and restoring backups of a computer's files and operating system. It allowed users to create a full or partial backup of their hard drive, including the operating system, applications, and data files, and store the backup on a local drive, a network drive, or a removable storage device, such as a USB drive or an external hard drive.
In the years since its initial release, Norton Ghost has undergone numerous updates and improvements. It has added support for new operating systems and hardware, as well as new features such as incremental backups, which allow users to create backups more efficiently by only backing up changed files.
To open a V2I file with Norton Ghost, you can use the "Recover" function in the software and select the V2I file as the source for the recovery. Norton Ghost will create a new virtual hard drive based on the data contained in the V2I file, which you can then attach to a virtual machine in order to access the files contained within the V2I file.
If you downloaded a V2I file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open V2I File on iOS device follow steps below:
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