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Hyper-v VM cant see NIC

Posted on 2008-06-20
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I have a AMD 64 quad core, with a Marvel Yukon 1gig NIC.  I installed win2008 x64 ent on it and everything was fine.  I enabled the hyper-v role again no problems.

I did a clean install of win2008 x64 and a win2003 server x86 and the VMs cant see the NIC.  There is a loopback there to use but that does not work.  Any ideas what I ma doing wrong?

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Have you installed Integration Components?  You can do this by running the Virtual Machine Connection and choosing 'Insert Integration Services Disk' from the Action menu.

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not yet - i have read I will have more luck upgrading to rc2 sp2...will be back
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thanks - I did not realize i had old vm additons in it.  once removed and hv additons installed all was good.
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