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Remove Virtual Adapters that were created in Hyper-V RRS feed

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  • Apparently the virtual adapters that are configured in my system have become corrupt and I am curious how they can be purged?  It started when I created a bridge between an External adapter created in Hyper-V and the host adapter.  When I deleted the bridge, the virtual adapter disappeared and I no longer can create External Adapters.  As a matter of fact, when I click on the Virtual Switch Manager, the Hyper-V Manager Service crashes.  A message appears that there is an error loading the adapter and that it cannot find the "localhost".  I am not able now to create any kind of adapter in Hyper-V.  The server is now completely off-line.  It is a permanent testing environment that is hosting many other functionality besides the Hyper-V application.

    Has anyone seen this or know how the virtual adapters can be flushed out?  The adapter is easy to recreate, much easier than my having to completely reinstall my host machine!

    Thank you.

    John

    Friday, November 30, 2012 8:07 PM

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