Server AVHDX file is corrupt and i am unable to recover the recent 6 month data.

Hi Support,

I have physical server 2016 and installed hyper-v role & 2 VMs. VMs snapshot is corrupt and i am unable to recovery recent user file and folder backup from AVDHX file.

Please suggest any best tool so that i can recovery my data after purchase the services.

my parant VHD file working fine it is showing only old data but my recent 6 month data is missing. 

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Event 153

kindly find the error log i am gr_inline_cards gr_run_anim ContextualSpelling ins-del multiReplace" data-gr-id="24" id="24">continiously getting evet 153 error please replay

+ System

  - Provider

   [ Name]  disk
  - EventID 153

   [ Qualifiers]  32772
   Level 3
   Task 0
   Keywords 0x80000000000000
  - TimeCreated

   [ SystemTime]  2019-02-14T06:44:08.708653100Z
   EventRecordID 146889
   Channel System

- EventData



Binary data:

In Words

0000: 0044010F 006C0004 00000000 80040099
0010: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
0020: 00000000 00000000 8A040200 00060070
0030: 9E000000 00000000 00000429 00000000
0040: 00000001 00000000 00000000 00000000
0050: 00360800 00008A00 55070000 00F8E3BD
0060: 00F80700 00000000 37313230  

In Bytes

0000: 0F 01 44 00 04 00 6C 00   ..D…l.
0008: 00 00 00 00 99 00 04 80   ….?..?
0010: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ……..
0018: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ……..
0020: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ……..
0028: 00 02 04 8A 70 00 06 00   …?p…
0030: 00 00 00 9E 00 00 00 00   …?….
0038: 29 04 00 00 00 00 00 00   )…….
0040: 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ……..
0048: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ……..
0050: 00 08 36 00 00 8A 00 00   ..6..?..
0058: 00 00 07 55 BD E3 F8 00   …U½ãø.
0060: 00 07 F8 00 00 00 00 00   ..ø…..
0068: 30 32 31 37   

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Cluster HyperV – Windows 2016 – VM Network issue

I have a cluster hyper V in Windows 2016 .  In this cluster I have around 34 VM separate on two nodes

I have two nodes hyperv1 and hyperv2

One VM on hyperv1 can ping all VM on the same host and can ping the host hyperv1.  But this VM cannot ping all other VM’s on the other host hyperv2 and cannot ping hyperv2

This VM cannot ping the gateway also.  I cannot ping this VM from my PC .

Secondly I just create two new VM  but those VM cannot ping nothing . Those VM cannot ping the gateway  , all the VM and the hosts hyperv2 and hyperv2

Can you help me

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Does 2016 storage replica support cluster > standalone replication ?

We have two VMs using shared storage on a production hyper-v host.  Is it possible to set-up storage replica to a standalone hyper-v host ?  for additional redundancy.

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How to boot vm in order to reset Administrator password

Hello guys,

I want to reset Administrator password. I tried to boot, but I even couldn’t boot.

Server OS: Windows Server 2012 R2 I have a VM Generation 2.   I set "Boot from DVD Drive" in Firmware category
in Hyper V setting and tried to uncheck Enable Secure Boot, but the Windows Setup menu didn’t show up.

I referred to the following sites:(Sorry I cannot contain any links…)

Hyper-V VM Generation 2 - How to boot from .ISO

Resetting Administrator Password in Windows 2012

Actually, I tried similar things by making a similar situation in my windows10 at home and I could boot and reset a password, so
I don’t know what I’m missing for the windows10 in the office. 

I would appreciate any advice. 

Thanks in advance.


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Windows 2016 Server shares Help

Hi there,

I have a windows server 2016 and when I create shares all of them show up on the guest side when they log in but they can’t access them which is good but how do I make it so that I can have the shares that I don’t want the guests to see not to show up on
the guest side but only on the user that is logged in I did this with a Mac server perfectly but the windows server does not want to do this just yet can anyone help me out with this problem.

Adam Weston 

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summary of hyper-v / cluster networks required

hello are these all the networks required for hyper-v cluster with server 2016?

mgmt (default vlan)

virtual machine network (default vlan)

live migration network (isolated vlan)

cluster network (isloated vlan)

iscsi network (isloated vlan)

did i miss anything?

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Synthetic SCSI Controller Instance ID GUID Failed to power on with Error

Applied October Update and now getting this:

Synthetic SCSI Controller Instance ID GUID Failed to power on with Error ‘A virtual disk support provider for the specified files was not found

What should I do?

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Unable to enable Enhanced Session for Windows 8 VM


I’ve tried to enable "Enhanced Session mode" for a Windows 8 VM in Hyper-V but I can’t do that. Because checkbox for this capability is grayed out. Any help would be appreciated. 


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Hyper-V 10G connections and File Transfer speed


for the past two weeks, I’ve been bashing my skull around configuring a working SET with a HyperV cluster, to no avail.

The systems are two Lenovo SR530 with 2x10G Intel x722 NICs, hosts are running 2016, guests are Windows 10 1809. 

The NICs FW and all other firmware is fully updated. The drivers are installed through Lenovo XClarity Essentials UpdateExpress and there are no more driver updates available. 

There is no antivirus or firewall on neither the hosts, nor the VMs.

After some pain, I decided to go to the sheer basics and configure:

  • Initial test with no vSwitch, just two NICs and a direct speed test and then everything below
  • iPerf host-to-host with no vSwitch configured, just a direct 10G link 
  • iPerf tests at 9.5 Gbps (great, so the NICs are working at 10G-ish)
  • Copying files between hosts works at ~700 MB/s 

Subsequent tests with a vSwitch (configuration):

  • A single 10G network adapter on each host (all other NICs disabled)
  • A single vSwitch on each host created through HyperV Manager with SR-IOV enabled, AllowManagementOS is Enabled.
  • All VM interfaces are with default settings, meaning VMQ and SR-IOV are enabled
  • A single VM on each host

The tests:

  • iPerf host-to-host with a vSwitch enabled, 10 streams (-P10 switch)
  • Copy a 4,5 GB ISO file host-to-host
  • iPerf guest-to-guest with a vSwitch, 10 streams (-P10 switch)
  • Copy a 4,5 GB ISO file guest-to-guest

The results are:

  • 4.5 Gbps (OK, I guess it’s VMQ doing something)
  • 260 MB/s stable transfer (not ideal, but OK)
  • 4.5 Gbps (OK, seems stable)
  • 10-60 MB/s unstable transfer (What-the-heck?!)

When I transfer all of this workload on the 1G NICs, eveything is working full-speed.

Additionally, when I transfer the same file from a VM on a 3rd host, which only has 1G network, to my VM which has 10G, everything is stable at 1G (line speed of the sender station).

That brings me to the conclusion that there is something very wrong with my 10G cards when they communicate with each other, but that’s as far as I can go, because I have no other machines to test 10G externally.

Bottom line - as soon as a vSwitch comes into play, the guest-to-guest file transfer speed drops to 0.3 Gbps.

So, please, any suggestions as to what I may be doing wrong or am missing would be highly valued.

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