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Fatal Error Bond 0 - Transferring to New Hardware

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So, I'm beating my head against the wall after trying to move my UnRaid to a new box of hardware. Mostly because the new hardware has 2 more cores, 9 drive bays, and has more PCIE slots. The new motherboard is a Gigabyte AM3+ motherboard with an FX6300. I tried the original unraid flash drive from my previous hardware. I get fatal error Bond 0, then an APIPA. The IP was set statically on the old machine to Then, I tried a new flash drive - I unzipped my flash backup, then ran the .bat file as admin. It booted, but still gave me the SAME error. I've tried this with an HP 4 port NIC that is compatible with Vmware and I know it works in a normal machine, since I took it out of one. 


Any help? I am new to Unraid and up until now it's just worked. I really want to be able to add more drives, and the OEM Dell I have it in right now just isn't going to cut it =).


Thanks ahead of time.

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Okay. so an update.  I tried a brand new install on a new flash drive. I still get the same error. I have attached a picture for reference. At this point, should I just assume AM3+ hardware doesn't play well with UnRaid? Please help! 😃


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How about in ver 6.6.x or turn off IOMMU in BIOS.



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Benson, you win the internet today, my friend. Resetting BIOS to default and disabling IOMMU fixed my issue. Thanks so much.

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