I’ve since narrowed it down to being the NIC on the machine that I am converting. For me, it was “. Operating system support The ThinkSystem adapters support the following operating systems: System Center – Virtual Machine Manager. The setup files are not compatible with the current installed software package. I consulted with HP and they told me the server is out of warranty go figure.
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Even though Dell and HP keep denying theres anything wrong with them.
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The adapters are available with either two ports or four ports and are supported on ThinkSystem and System x servers. I stopped it after about 30 minutes. I dont blame you. Wednesday, April 15, 4: If the network card is working, why would it be a hardware HP’s problem? I’m waiting for a couple of Intel NICs to arrive to test with.
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I’ve tried to P2V multiple times via the conversion wizard in VMM, however, each time the wizard is interrupted at the “conversion information” stage, stating the following error: If I try to use the most recent Broadcom drivers I receive a message stating “Setup cannot proceed with boradcom installation.
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With the drives in the driver import folder, do you still get the warning? You will get the warning from SCVMM because of the way the broadcom NIC’s are ‘two tiered’ I think that answer to your question is in my original post, marked as answer.
Broadcom NetXtreme II 1 Gigabit Driver 126.96.36.199 for Windows 64-bit
I still get Code 10 error. Netxterme maybe I just did not understand you point. I’m sure google has lots of entries about how to uninstall a driver in windows or whatever OS you are running? Worked OK for me. Thank you for your feedback. Wouldn’t it be possible to uninstall the current driver somehow? I’m not quite sure what to do short of installing a new independent NIC.
Other company, product, or service names broadckm be trademarks or service marks of others. Pretty much eveyone in the whole wide world who’s tried to use ToE or SNP with them for high performance networking, knows about the trouble they cause.
Physical specifications The adapters have the following physical specifications: Any ideas would be appre3ciated. Not an IT pro? I’m still getting the same warning, but I’m hoping scvmm will find the drivers and this one will be a success.
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