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Event ID: 271 Source: PlugPlayManager

The Plug and Play operation cannot be completed because a device driver is preventing the device from stopping. The name of the device driver is listed as the vetoing service name below.

Vetoed device: SCSI\DISK&VEN_PERC&PROD__LD__1_PERCRAID&REV_\6&6B320B7&0&310
Vetoing device: SCSI\Disk&Ven_PERC&Prod__LD__1_PERCRAID&Rev_\6&6b320b7&0&310
Vetoing service name: Driver\Disk
Veto type 6: PNP_VetoDevice

When Windows attempts to install upgrade remove or reconfigure a device it queries the driver responsible for that device to confirm that the operation can be performed. If any of these drivers denies permission (query-removal veto) then the computer must be restarted in order to complete the operation.

User Action
Restart your computer.
This event occurs when you create a volume using the Storage Provisioning Wizard a few seconds after the Microsoft Multipath I/O (MPIO) driver indicates that a new MPIO disk has been created, and a new path has been added to the MPIO disk. See ME924281 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003.

See ME940393 for additional information about this event.

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