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Virtual Machine driver is not running Virtual Machine Bus is not running. Typing in the command in an evelated command prompt saved my day. Thanks again for the help. A Virtual Disk Provider for the specified file was not found. Thank You Very Much! My server has event ID as well.
Thanks again for any help. Check your settings or try reinstalling the Hyper-V role. Just another update here All Virtualization Settings for this processor match my Xeon box where Hyper-V is working as well based on comparison at Intel’s site – http: January 8, at 9: By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.
I booted into Windows 7 and used that for a few days. December 12, at 5: Burned a few hours on this problem.
SOLVED: HyperV Error: A Virtual Disk Provider for the specified file was not found
Friday, February 10, 1: Same hyperviaor message Did some more searching on the Core2 Duo Processor i have Mark Henderson 5, 5 33 Where are your contact details though? Worked like a charm.
Vincent, I’ve unmarked your answer only because I think a little more clarification is needed. This causes the whole thing not to work. It appears we’ve exhausted all other options except opening a ticket for a support evvent It worked for me — thanks!
Wednesday, May 26, 1: Do you have any insight into that error?
Event ID – 14098
Microsoft is providing this information as a convenience to you. Marked as answer by johnwildes Microsoft employee Sunday, June 12, Also vmware is running x64 guest machines with no problem. I hope that this helps at least a bit, sorry for such a late reply, but i gave up this thread long time ago.
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Server R2 Hyper-V: ‘hypervisor’ driver not installed – Super User
Oh and sorry that it took so long for me to reply. I had set almost every combination of settings I could think of In rvent case, I reinstalled my Vista leaving my Server intact.
I think this is the solution, but I gotta tell you I’m not really pleased about this “work-around” Check your settings or try reinstalling the Hyper-V role.
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