If I’m not mistaking, the NortonGhostwriter (and Ghost in general) is dos-based.
Therefor I think, it would be better if you try changing your IDE-configuration. It’s possible that dos-based programs expect that your HD is on IDE1 (and not your writer) as master, cause that’s usually the case. Windows is less affected by this matter, so it COULD be an explanation why there are conflicts only in Ghost.
Other possible reason where I can come up with, is that the burnproof feature isn’t supported in Ghost and that your HD is too fragmented to give a constant datastream (24x; 3,6Mb/sec). Try again with defragmenting your HD first.