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iscsiprt event id 9, 29, 39, 49 - connecting to iscsi target

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I am using MS ISCSI initiator to connect to a Promise VTRAK 610i and the server is sending these errors when I start the connection to the ISCSI target.  I deleted the LUN's from the target so that I could increase the size of the volume space and this started after I did this.  I looked in the registry and the old lun's are still showing up but I cannot delete the old registry entries

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Enum\SCSI

I think that if I can clear these out then it will start working again - it seems like the iscsi initiator is trying to connect to the old luns and it is causing the errors.  I get an error cannot delete when I attempt to remove them from the registry.  Any help will be appreciated.  Promise has not been any help with this.
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I was having this same problem and could find no help with it.  What I finally figured out was that there was a CHAP connection that was figured wrong.  Once I stopped trying to connect with CHAP the problem went away.  
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