I have seen this before as well, although, I dont recall if it was 9 orphaned PV devices. It should then replace the realtek with the PV Adapter. Sorry to hear my suggestion didn’t work. Before you start upgrading your drivers, make sure you back up your important information on the instance, or create an AMI from the instance. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

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I also wanted to try out the free Microsoft Hyper-V Server on my old hardware to see if there where any performance difference between XenServer and Hyper-V. I believe your test lab equipment is using a Gigabit networking card.

This article was translated by an automatic translation system and was not reviewed by people. My last attempt was as follows: When I delete them the first Nic is broken.

Upgrading PV Drivers on Your Windows Instances

Run the following command to add DisableDCCheck to the registry:. What OS are you using?

Retry the XenTools install. BenJam Enthusiast 4 Members 23 posts. I cirrix one could very carefully remove the orphaned items in the registry but if you get it wrong your toast as well.


Citrix is not responsible for inconsistencies, errors, or damage incurred as a result of the use of automatically-translated articles. The upgrade process for domain controller instances networkk different than standard editions of Windows. Automatic translation This article was translated by an automatic translation system and was not reviewed by people. Already started over from scratch new VM but the problem did come back. If you leave the orphaned NICS everything still seems to function but we all know what happens when there are orphaned hidden devices.

So needless to say, all my servers have now been upgraded to Windows So then citdix is the option to dive into the Registry and carve out the Ghost device by hand.

I would uninstall XenTools. Open the Amazon EC2 console at https: Verify that the driver version is the same as the latest version listed in the Driver Version History table. This issue exists in XS6.

Warning : “IP is in use” after upgrading/installing xentools pops up in network config

Follow, to receive updates on this topic. I didn’t state that, but removing all of the Citrix XenServer related stuff. Leave this field empty.


Launch Device Manager by typing devmgmt. You can run this upgrade package on any version of Windows Server, as long as the instance is running Citrix PV drivers. After the uninstallation of the PVS tools they are deletable but after a reboot the nic in device manager has an exclamation mark and is unfixable.

It may or may not be related to your current troubles.

XenServer Ghost Devices Woes | Carl Webster

Enter a marvelous tool I re discovered recently: Deleting the keys under Enum proved to be quite tedious, as we had to take ownership and grant full access rights to be able to ctrix the keys. Try searching for xenvif. Open the context right-click menu for the instance, choose Imageand then choose Create Image.

Posted October 16, After you run this command do not manually reboot the system.

Your instance will be rebooted.