I finally figured it out. I had ghosted the drive with the DE, DB, XP, Vista, and Ubuntu with ghost. Trying to restore the linux partitions produced errors that killed the restore. So I was manuall resotring the DE and DB partitions. When I was running the DSRFIX it was telling me that the DB partition was not FAT32. Not sure why. So I did another format and cleaned the drive. Then manually recreated three partitions. Fat16, NTFS, Fat32. Then restored again the DE and DB partitions, then I reran DSRFIX and did not get any fatal errors. It worked. I then was able to go through the process of creating a new image then copying the ghost files into the image folder on the DB partition. Thanks for all the hints and tips guys. This forum rocks.
PS. Does any one have a answer for this question. The image file in the Dell DB partitiion is .gho and ghs files. For some reason if I try to open the gho file with ghost 2003 I get a message "Invalid Drive Details. This probally isnt a ghost image file." I am confused as to why it says that.