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Copied hyper-v vhd dont have network

Posted on 2013-05-13
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Hi Experts!

I turned off a HYPER-V virtual machine, copied it´s vhd to another host e started it.

Everything works fine, except for the network. It simples do not work.

I tried to unninstall ghost adapter, tried to install a legacy network adapter, normal network adapter, nothing worked!

any ideas how to solve this?

Thx
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have you checked the ip settings, default gateway etc?
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Yes, dont work
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guys, I am VERY sorry!

My ip adresses begin with 64.15 and for some reason I was seeing it as 65.15

Bad mistake!!

I used both suggested solutions, so I will point it.

Thanks!
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