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No network card found on Hyper-V Virtual Server

Posted on 2009-07-15
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I have just installed Windows Server 2008 64bit onto a Intel SC5400 server. I have just installed three Windows Server 2003 32bit Virtual Server on the Hyper-V.
Everything is working except for the network card.
I cant get the virtual servers to see the network card at all, and I have tried everything.
I have created a External Virtual Network...but it is still not working.

Is there something that I am doing wrong?
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Question by:mungwap
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I am assuming you have installed Hyper-v Intergration Services in windows server 2003

If you right click on the virtual machine and click settings and highlight the network adaptor, do you have anything selected in the network drop down menu?

If you are still having trouble you can remove the "network adaptor" and click "add hardware" and install the "legacy network adaptor" which sometimes is more compatible with 2003 OS

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Darkstriker is correct install a legacy adapter this should fix the problem.
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