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      • 15. Re: Network not working after Windows 2000 SP4 P2V
        kac2 Expert
        vExpert

         

        i tried booting into safe mode and the same thing happens. I delete the non-plug and play devices and then they reapper.

         

         

        I also removed the virual NIC. booted. removed all the interfaces from the registry. re-added the virtual nic. and still no network connectivity. I am getting an error now when i do 'ipconfig /renew', it says "Error: No adapters bound to TCP/IP are enabled for DHCP" 

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

         

        This is what I have in my device Manager

         

         

        Network Adapters

         

         

        - Direct Parallell

         

         

        -RAS Async Adapter (cannot delete, needed for boot)

         

         

        -Vmware Accelerate AMD PCNet Adapter

         

         

        -WAN Miniport (IP)

         

         

        -WAN  Miniport (L2TP)

         

         

        -WAN Miniport (PPTP)

         

         

        Non-Plug and Play Drivers

         

         

        -.Net Runtime Optimization Service v2.0.50215_x86 (grayed out)

         

         

        -Adobe Workflow Server (grayed out)

         

         

        -adpu160m

         

         

        -AFD Networking Support Environment

         

         

        -Beep

         

         

        -cpq32fs2 (disabled and reappers on uninstall)

         

         

        -Cpqarray  (disabled and reappers on uninstall)

         

         

        -cpqarray2 (disabled and reappers on uninstall)

         

         

        -cpqcissm (disabled and reappers on uninstall)

         

         

        -Disperf

         

         

        -dmboot

         

         

        -dmload

         

         

        -EraserUtilDrv17 (grayed out)

         

         

        -EraserUtilRebootDrv ((disabled)

         

         

        -ESUG Remote Service (grayed out)

         

         

        -Fips

         

         

        -Fs_Rec (grayedout )

         

         

        -Generic Packet Classifier

         

         

        -Gernuaw (grayed out)

         

         

        -IPSEC Driver

         

         

        -KSecDD

         

         

        -Microsoft .Net Framework v1.1.4322 update (grayed out)

         

         

        -mnmdd

         

         

        -mountmgr

         

         

        -NAVAP (grayed out)

         

         

        -NAVAPEL (grayed out)

         

         

        -NAVENG

         

         

        -NAVEX15

         

         

        -NDIS System Driver

         

         

        -NDProxy

         

         

        -NetBios over Tcpip

         

         

        - NetDetect

         

         

        -Null

         

         

        -partmgr

         

         

        -ParVdm

         

         

        -pcAnywhere Hose Service (grayed out)

         

         

        -pcAnywhere Install Service (grayed out)

         

         

        -PCIIde

         

         

        -PlateSpin Remote Execution Service from gdmrsa1.greenebaum.com (grayed out)

         

         

        -PlateSpin Remote Execution Serivce from inmage-tgt-.greenebaum.com (grayed out)

         

         

        -RPDWD

         

         

        -Remote Access Auto Connection Driver

         

         

        -Remote Access IP ARP Driver

         

         

        -SAVRT

         

         

        -SAVRTPEL

         

         

        -SPBBCDrv

         

         

        -Special Purpose Utility Driver

         

         

        -sym)hi

         

         

        -Symantec Antivirus Client (grayed out)

         

         

        -Symantec Eraser Control Driver

         

         

        -symc810

         

         

        -symc8xx

         

         

        -SymEvent

         

         

        -SYMREDRV (grayed out)

         

         

        -SYMTDI (grayed out)

         

         

        -Sync Driver

         

         

        -TCP/IP Protocol Driver

         

         

        -TDTCP

         

         

        -Terminal Device Driver

         

         

        -Total Network Inventory Service Helper (grayed out)

         

         

        -vga (grayed out)

         

         

        -VgaSave

         

         

        -VMWare Server memory controller

         

         

        -VPRemote Instal Bootstrap Service (grayed out)

         

         

        -Vstor2 converter virual storage

         

         

        -Windows Service Pack Installer Update service (grayed out)

         

         

         

         

         

         

        I guess I am just going to go through the registry and delete everything that is HP or Compaq related.

         

         

        • 16. Re: Network not working after Windows 2000 SP4 P2V
          hjollis Lurker

           

          Hi

           

           

          What I would do is to remove any network adapter from the vm

           

           

          Uninstall any hp networking software if it (tool to build teams)

           

           

          Go to the registry find the ip of your old network connection in hklm\system\controlsset\Services\[guid of network adapter]\parameters\tcpip

           

           

          take the guid of the network adapter and search for it in the registry , and delete all the keys that you find.

           

           

          then add new adapter to the vm

           

           

          This Has worked for me on  p2v machines with networking problems.

           

           

          with regards

           

           

          Hjölli

           

           

          • 17. Re: Network not working after Windows 2000 SP4 P2V
            kac2 Expert
            vExpert

             

            I've tried every possible combination to get this working. I've deleted Compaq agents, HP NIC teaming, removed the old nics from device manager, ran Slickbag's scripts, deleted registry keys, and I still can't pull an IP address.

             

             

             

             

             

            When i do an ipconfig /renew i recieve:

             

             

            Windows 2000 IP Configuration

             

             

            The following error occurred when renewing adapter Local Area Connection 3: An internal error occurred. Disconnect and reconnect the network interface or reboot the machine.

             

             

             

             

             

            I think this machine just might be a lost cause.

             

             

             

             

             

            • 18. Re: Network not working after Windows 2000 SP4 P2V
              RParker Guru

               

              Did you try reparing the winsock?

               

              1. Go to Start>Run, type in: netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt

              2. Restart your computer and you're done.

              3. Follow the steps below if you have XP SP2 (this only works on windows XP SP2 and later).

              4. Go to regedit.

              5. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/System/CurrentControlSet/Services

              6. Click on Winsock and Delete.

              7. Click on Winsock2 and Delete.

              8. Close registry.

              9. Restart your computer

              10. Go to properties of Local Area Connection

              11. Click on the Install button in the Properties window

              12. Choose PROTOCOL, then click on ADD button.

              13. Click on HAVE DISK button...

              14. Type in C:\windows\inf\nettcpip.inf in the dialog box and click OK.

              15. Choose from the list INTERNET PROTOCOL TCP/IP in the list, and click OK.

              16. Click CLOSE.

              17. Reboot your computer.(At this point the Winsock is complete however
                     to not only prevent this problem from happening in the future but also
                     to make the process a lot easier you should update Windows.)

               

               

               

               

              Try these steps:  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/837333

               

               

              • 19. Re: Network not working after Windows 2000 SP4 P2V
                kac2 Expert
                vExpert

                 

                this is a Windows 2000 Advanced Server box.

                 

                 

                 

                 

                 

                whe i run the command i get:

                 

                 

                The Following command was not found: int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt

                 

                 

                • 20. Re: Network not working after Windows 2000 SP4 P2V
                  kac2 Expert
                  vExpert

                  Following the steps from this article did it!!! YAAA!!

                   

                  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/837333

                   

                   

                   

                  To repair 

                  network or modem connectivity issues, follow these steps:

                   

                   

                   

                  1. Remove TCP/IP.

                  2. Delete the Bind registry value, the Tcpip  subkey, the Winsock  subkey, and the WinSock2  subkey.

                  3. Reinstall TCP/IP.

                  Step 1: Remove TCP/IP

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                  Remove TCP/IP for the local area connection. To do this, follow these steps.

                   

                  Note Before you remove TCP/IP, make a note of the IP and the DNS settings.

                  1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Network and Dial-up Connections.

                  2. Right-click Local Area Connection, and then click Properties.

                  3. In the Components checked are used by this connection list, click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).

                  4. Click Uninstall, and then in the Uninstall Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) dialog box, click Yes.

                  5. When you are prompted to restart your computer, click Yes.

                  Step 2: Delete the Bind registry value, the Tcpip  subkey, the Winsock  subkey, and the WinSock2  subkey

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                  To delete the Bind registry value, follow these steps.Important

                  This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to

                  modify the registry. However, serious problems might occur if you

                  modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you follow

                  these steps carefully. For added protection, back up the registry

                  before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem

                  occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the

                  registry, click the following article number to view the article in the

                  Microsoft Knowledge Base: 322756

                  (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756/

                  )

                  How to back up and restore the registry in Windows

                  1. Click Start,  click Run, type regedit in the Open box, and then click OK.

                  2. In the left pane, expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, and then expand SYSTEM.

                  3. Expand CurrentControlSet, and then expand Services.

                  4. Expand lanmanserver, and then click Linkage.

                  5. In the right pane, right-click Bind, and then click Delete.

                  6. In the Confirm Value Delete dialog box, click Yes.

                  7. Expand lanmanworkstation, and then click Linkage.

                  8. In the right pane, right-click Bind, and then click Delete.

                  9. In the Confirm Value Delete dialog box, click Yes.

                  To delete the Tcpip, the Winsock, and the WinSock2 registry subkeys, follow these steps:

                  1. Click Start,  click Run, type regedit in the Open box, and then click OK.

                  2. In the left pane, expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, and then expand SYSTEM.

                  3. Expand CurrentControlSet, and then expand Services.

                  4. Right-click Tcpip, click Delete, and then in the Confirm Key Delete dialog box, click Yes.

                  5. Right-click Winsock, click Delete, and then in the Confirm Key Delete dialog box, click Yes.

                  6. Right-click WinSock2, click Delete, and then in the Confirm Key Delete dialog box, click Yes.

                  7. Restart your computer.

                  Step 3: Reinstall TCP/IP

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                  Reinstall TCP/IP back to the local area connection that you removed it from. To do this, follow these steps:

                  1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Network and Dial-up Connections.

                  2. Right-click Local Area Connection, and then click Properties.

                  3. Click Install,  click  Protocol in the Click the type of network component you want to install  list, and then click Add.

                  4. In the Network Protocol list, click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and then click OK.

                    Note Replace the IP and the DNS settings with the values that you made note of at the beginning of the "Remove TCP/IP section."

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

                  Thanks for the help everyone!!

                  • 21. Re: Network not working after Windows 2000 SP4 P2V
                    joemath Novice

                    kac2,

                     

                    Thanks for posting your solution. 

                     

                    I encountered similar networking issues this weekend while trying to virtualize a Win2k Pro SP4 machine.  KB837333 fixed the problem.

                     

                    --Joe

                    • 22. Re: Network not working after Windows 2000 SP4 P2V
                      Eldron01 Lurker

                       

                      kac2,

                       

                       

                      Thank you very much for sharing this find.  It saved me a lot of time.

                       

                       

                      • 23. Re: Network not working after Windows 2000 SP4 P2V
                        thetootall Lurker

                        I had a similar experience this weekend - performed a P2V of 2 Compaq servers, both Windows 2000 server. I make sure before the P2V process to remove all of the Compaq/HP software and services yet there still seemed to be some remnants left over even with everything looked clear. The Microsoft KB definitely did the trick - thanks for your persistence to find a resolution and more importantly post what the fix was!

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