sorry im not familiar with that service ... did you by chance convert the diagnostic partition? if try again without doing so
>>> did you by chance convert the diagnostic partition? if try again without doing so
cpqasm2 is a hardware specific service (scsi)that is no longer required when running in a VM. Just go to service-control and disable it - if you want you may also remove it completely - run a test with startup-disabled first
It does not show under the services, so I am not sure how I can remove it, that is what I am trying to find out. As for the diagnostic partition, I did not clone that partiton.
Open a command window on the new vm and run this -
Then under view menu select "show hidden devices"
Delete a bunch of the grayed out devices in there, you'll see NIC's and all kinds of hardware that was HP specific.
If you have the HP shutdown service installed go to regedit* and
hklm\system\currentcontrolset\services and delete the sysdown key
same area you can also set cpqasm2 servic start dword to 4 which I believe is disabled.
These resolved it for me, hope it saves someone a little time.
Takes a few reboots to complete it all.
*Editing the Registry can cause problems blah blah blah
Glenn, do you go to add/remove programs and remove everything that is HP software before doing anything else?
I know this is a little late but for others that are having the same issues. You have to use the sc command.
Use sc qc to query informatino about the services. I found three services that had to do with HP
sc qc cpqasm2
sc qc sysmgmt
sc qc sysdown
Use sc delete to remove to service
sc delete cpqasm2
sc delete sysmgmt
sc delete sysdown
Goto Device manager and see for any hidden devices for SCSI ..you may need to remove it from there.