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Driver issue after bare metal recovery

Posted on 2016-11-23
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I had to perform bare metal recovery of one of our servers (Proliant ML310 G5 Windows Server 2012 R) to another similar machine (ML350 G5). After the recovery everything is working fine except one issue with the drivers. For some of the devices, including the CPU (Intel Xeon E5420) I have a yellow exclamation mark and the following error: A driver (service) for this device has been disabled.  An alternate driver may be providing this functionality. (Code 32).

Could you please advise how to fix that ?

The devices with issues are:

1. Intel Xeon E5420
2. Microsoft Kernel Debug Network Adapter
3. HP Baseboard Management IPMI Device
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I would go and download all Drivers for that server ML350 G5 and install
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