Port Channel's are logical channels.. for it to work, the interface configuration has to be proper.
so can you try pasting all the configuration (except interface configuration pertaining to port channel) then configure the interface configuration and then the port channel configuration. I hope that should work.
As I pointed out at the end of my statement - I think the problem was because when pasting the whole configuration in one shot the the port-channels get pasted in first and I think the router doesn't like having the port-channel configs pasted before the actual configs of the actual interfaces.
since the port channel configuration depends on your interface configuration and when you paste the configuration , port channel appears first on the config. so the router might not undrestand what to do with it since it does not have the interface configuration yet so I guess it throws out that error message.
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