The file written by Ghost is only understandable by Ghost to restore it. You can't use it from Windows.
The best to do: find in the Registry where the keys belonging to this program are, and export them to a reg.file. Then burn both the regfile and this programs folder from Program Files to a cd.
Try on another computer if the program will run if you copy it from the CD to the 'same' folder in Program Files and you import the registry information in its registry. It all depends on how and where the activation is being registered.
Hope this helps.
I have a program I use regularly that requires an activation process to run. Unfortunately, the company has gone under and the activation process is no longer available. If I ever uninstall the program or restore my computer, I won't be able to use it.
I have an external hard drive. I was wondering if I installed Ghost and made a copy of my hard drive, would I be able to run that program from the external drive?