DhillanK Absent Member.
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Code 31 on all NIC's after V2P using Platespin

Hi Guys

I need some assistance please. I did a V2P today from VMWare to a physical IBM server using PlateSpin Migrate.
Everything went well and the machine booted up on the hardware fine except for the Network interfaces. The OS (Server 2012 R2) identifies all the NIC's on the server however they are all in error state as follows:

The device is not working properly because Windows cannot load the drivers required for this device. (Code 31)

{Operation Failed}
The requested operation was unsuccessful.

I have removed vmware tools as part of the process, done driver updates, uninstalled and reinstalled the cards etc still no luck. I have worked for atleast 4-6 hours on this without making any headway. Luckily this is just a dev box and I allowed the downtime however i need to get this working so i can do the same for the Prod server.
Any assistance will be really appreciate.
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Re: Code 31 on all NIC's after V2P using Platespin

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