I am sure it does work fine, provided the EtherChannel is configured correctly at both ends. But I think even the exsting 2960G, if you misconfigured the EtherChannel, would go into meltdown.
The reason I suggested you should keep the Spanning Tree is that it would protect the rest of you network in the event of a misconfiguration. Spanning Tree is normally benign: its job is to detect loops in the topology and to block them if it finds them.
But getting back to your original problem, could you please post the configs of the two links and the Po interface. Also, please check that the EtherChannel ("bundle", "trunk", whatever HP call it) is set up the same on the HP for this new connection as it was for the existing one.
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