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June 7, 2012 11:20:36 AM

How do I reinstall my Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter? I accidentally removed it from Windows.

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June 7, 2012 3:02:08 PM

LavenderJade, what you need to do is open up your device manager, you then need to click the action tab at the top and click add legacy hardware
then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it.
To check just make sure it is set to show hidden devices, right click on device manager on the right and click view then show hidden devices.
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June 7, 2012 4:20:45 PM

Dear Youngster:

Many kisses to you (a true expert)! I guess I had to go off for someone like you to hear what I was actually saying! And you heard me loud and clear! Your instructions were right on the mark. I got to the point where I thought I'd never see a full sentence, only fragments of many. Thank you sooooo much! Have a GREAT weekend!

Lavenderjade

P.S. I've got a couple of more problems, so if you're inclined, keep on the lookout for me and maybe you can help me again. You've gained my trust.
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June 7, 2012 4:40:51 PM

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June 7, 2012 4:52:03 PM

david_w said:
LavenderJade, what you need to do is open up your device manager, you then need to click the action tab at the top and click add legacy hardware
then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it.
To check just make sure it is set to show hidden devices, right click on device manager on the right and click view then show hidden devices.



Hey David,

Do you have any advice for me in terms of fixing the Adapter with an error code 10 since you know how to reinstall it? I don't think I've downloaded the driver updates since I've just reinstalled it. Do you think that will work for me because I've heard it doesn't for some people in the forum. What do you think or do you have another trick up your sleeve? (no pressure). I'm just exhausting all of my options before I go back in! (smiles). I've heard if the updates that were downloaded didn't work, then your next step is to the manufacturer. What do you think? Let me know. I'm half wa
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June 7, 2012 7:04:37 PM

Hello,

When you say you get error code 10, do you mean this shows in device manager with a yellow exclamation mark?
Firstly you need to check Peer Networking Grouping service and PNRP Machine Name Publication Service are both turned on.
Do this by opening up services.msc and browsing to the service, if it is stopped then start it. Also right click on the service and click properties and set start up type to automatic.
Once you have done this go to device manager as before show hidden devices; look for one that is call 'Teredo tunneling pseudo interface' right click on this and update it.
Do the same for the Microsoft Tunneling adapter and restart your computer and see if you are still experiencing problems.

on a side note, why do you need Teredo tunneling active?
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June 7, 2012 7:42:46 PM

Dear David:

Where is this services.msc? You have to remember if you're sending someone looking for something, you have to remember to tell them where to go each time. I've never heard of this before. Where would I find that? I went online and that was wrong. Always tell your clients where they're going?

lavenderjade
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April 13, 2013 4:51:48 AM

david_w said:
LavenderJade, what you need to do is open up your device manager, you then need to click the action tab at the top and click add legacy hardware
then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it.
To check just make sure it is set to show hidden devices, right click on device manager on the right and click view then show hidden devices.


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April 13, 2013 5:13:29 AM

David, all I can say is THANK GOD ABOVE FOR YOU!!! I didn't even know this site existed. Had I KNOWN I might have gotten more than 2 hours' worth of sleep in the last SIX days trying to repair an H.P. so called "custom built direct from the manufacturer for $2,000.00 (yes, I was taken for a HUGE ride by H.P. and it will NEVER EVER EVER!!! Let me make that clear... EVER happen again! H.P. is HORRIFYING with their lies whether they are intentional or scripted. Either way.

I'm not a programmer so when Kaspersky Pure 3.0 allowed malware to get into my computer and make a mess out of it (I couldn't get support out of them either) I had to do it all myself. Yesterday morning (what day is it anyway????) I found this really awesome program called "Tune Up Utilities 13" and I am going through all the steps to fix all the problems with my system. I've learned a lot. Like for example, I ordered my custom built H.P. direct from H.P. with an Intel processor. Well, turns out they put an AMD in it. I ordered double drives. One is MISSING. I ordered 8 Gig of Ram. I've got FOUR.

Anyway, while running the program I got to the Tereno Tunneling Device part where it said it wasn't working right. They were correct. That is because it WASN'T THERE!

If not for your concise instruction I'd be outside beating my three H.P.'s to death right now. I used to have five. Two were stolen. I hope the theives are having fun with them as I had them stored as I'd purchased new hard drives and memory to upgrade and sell them.

THANK YOU SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO VERY MUCH!!!! I'd NEVER have found that thing myself.

Hmmm... I have a feeling I'll be visiting your website rather frequently as I've been working on this computer WITH a broken arm for six days with only two hours of sleep and it's a 7 Pro and, Lord help me, the others are Vista. OMG! I'm afraid to even turn them on. Well, I can just reformat one. It's life started as an ME, then I had to upgrade to XP, then to Vista... all to run stupid programs that required these upgrades. XP was just fine. I loved XP. Never a bugaboo at all. Perfect. ME was ok too but kind of "odd". Well, better than 98 in any event.

I'm done rambling. I just want to thank you very much!!!! :bounce: 
:pt1cable:  I'm so happy to have found your website that I'm about to spin in my chair and wake the neighbors up with screeches of cheer!

Karen >^*v*^< a.k.a. TuffKitten
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September 17, 2013 8:00:34 AM

david_w said:
Hello,

When you say you get error code 10, do you mean this shows in device manager with a yellow exclamation mark?
Firstly you need to check Peer Networking Grouping service and PNRP Machine Name Publication Service are both turned on.
Do this by opening up services.msc and browsing to the service, if it is stopped then start it. Also right click on the service and click properties and set start up type to automatic.
Once you have done this go to device manager as before show hidden devices; look for one that is call 'Teredo tunneling pseudo interface' right click on this and update it.
Do the same for the Microsoft Tunneling adapter and restart your computer and see if you are still experiencing problems.

on a side note, why do you need Teredo tunneling active?


I have the same 10 error code and there is also no Teredo Tunneling Pseudo Interface. I'm having an issue on a brand new Win 8 machine where my network adapter (hard wired ethernet) is refreshing every 30 seconds and won't stay connected. The only thing I see wrong is the Tunneling Adapter. I'm not sure if this is what is causing my issue, but I've trouble shot this problem for a good 4 days now.
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November 23, 2013 2:47:34 PM

Can someone please help me? I read the response to lavendarjade and followed it. When I got to the click Microsoft on the left list and choose Teredo on the right, Teredo does not show up. Also, what is Teredo Tunneling Adapter for anyway, any advice would really help. Thank you, Angela

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March 11, 2014 3:49:19 PM

david_w said:
LavenderJade, what you need to do is open up your device manager, you then need to click the action tab at the top and click add legacy hardware
then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it.
To check just make sure it is set to show hidden devices, right click on device manager on the right and click view then show hidden devices.


I Also Want To Say Thanks For Your Post ~ I Don't Know How Mine Go Uninstalled ~ BunnyRider
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April 7, 2014 2:57:32 PM

david_w said:
LavenderJade, what you need to do is open up your device manager, you then need to click the action tab at the top and click add legacy hardware
then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it.
To check just make sure it is set to show hidden devices, right click on device manager on the right and click view then show hidden devices.


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April 30, 2014 2:00:56 AM

lavenderjade said:
How do I reinstall my Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter? I accidentally removed it from Windows.


just open your registry and go to below address:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\TCPIP6\Parameters\
look the right tab, then doubleclick DisabledComponent, choose decimal then set it to 0. restart your pc, and done.
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April 30, 2014 2:10:19 AM

Angelasimonelli said:
Can someone please help me? I read the response to lavendarjade and followed it. When I got to the click Microsoft on the left list and choose Teredo on the right, Teredo does not show up. Also, what is Teredo Tunneling Adapter for anyway, any advice would really help. Thank you, Angela




just try this one:
open your registry and go to below address:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\TCPIP6\Parameters\
look the right tab, then doubleclick DisabledComponent, choose decimal then set it to 0. restart your pc, and done.

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May 2, 2014 1:27:15 PM

Hi David,
I was wondering if you knew what it means if you get an error code that says that it may not work (code 10) & if you knew of any solutions to it? Thanks!

david_w said:
LavenderJade, what you need to do is open up your device manager, you then need to click the action tab at the top and click add legacy hardware
then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it.
To check just make sure it is set to show hidden devices, right click on device manager on the right and click view then show hidden devices.


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May 7, 2014 10:31:31 PM

lavenderjade said:
How do I reinstall my Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter? I accidentally removed it from Windows.


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May 13, 2014 7:36:54 AM

I read your answer, and proceeded as you said. When it got to the install it said that it failed, and acess is denied. How should I fix that?
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May 23, 2014 9:09:05 AM

david_w said:
LavenderJade, what you need to do is open up your device manager, you then need to click the action tab at the top and click add legacy hardware
then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it.
To check just make sure it is set to show hidden devices, right click on device manager on the right and click view then show hidden devices.


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May 23, 2014 9:09:11 AM

Please help me with my problem david_w, what happens is that I have the windows 8 and when I connect to wifi shows connected after this limited times and then appears connected but does not connect, I can do? Would greatly appreciate your response
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May 28, 2014 3:25:24 AM

david_w said:
LavenderJade, what you need to do is open up your device manager, you then need to click the action tab at the top and click add legacy hardware
then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it.
To check just make sure it is set to show hidden devices, right click on device manager on the right and click view then show hidden devices.


Hi David, I have a similar issue, and I followed these instructions. However, it indicates a code 10. How may I correct or remove this code in order for the network driver Teredo Tunneling adapter #2 ( pseudo IPve ) to start ? Thank you for your help. Cathy
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June 1, 2014 11:33:52 AM

eiji Karasuma said:
lavenderjade said:
How do I reinstall my Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter? I accidentally removed it from Windows.


just open your registry and go to below address:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\TCPIP6\Parameters\
look the right tab, then doubleclick DisabledComponent, choose decimal then set it to 0. restart your pc, and done.


I followed your advice and reset the value to 0 and restarted my PC. Now the Teredo Tunneling Adapter has disappeared and I can not re-install it.

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June 5, 2014 9:37:22 PM

david_w said:
LavenderJade, what you need to do is open up your device manager, you then need to click the action tab at the top and click add legacy hardware
then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it.
To check just make sure it is set to show hidden devices, right click on device manager on the right and click view then show hidden devices.

my microsoft teredo tunneling adapter can not working properly, I need your assistance

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June 23, 2014 10:20:20 AM

I have similar issue on my Dell Windows 7. My Internet works with Ip4 and my Modem works with Ip4 only.
I did follow advice, (((then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it., etc))))))) I am not going to repeat the whole instructions here.
BUT-

It has installed Microsoft Teredo Interface Adapter #2 also with an yellow triangle and exclamation point. When it got installed I got this message- Microsoft Teredo Interface Adapter was installed , but may not work properly (code 10). So, anyway, you can keep on installing Microsoft Teredo Interface Adapter forever, and it still will show code 10 and an yellow triangle. Somehow, it has to do with Microsoft, they must update with a new patch. otherwise, it will be "Mary Go around". I tried to contact Dell and my PC is out of Warranty. I am 100% certain that this error message is not only with Dell, as I see so many of you guys are experiencing the same issue. It is with Microsoft. I am sure tht we all have different PC brand names, not only Dell, so if we have the same problem it must be Microsoft's fault. I tried to contact Microsoft and they refer me to manufacturer of my PC.
I visited about 10 other sites with this problem, and I haven't seen that someone was able to resolve this issue. Any brilliant ideas out there?

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June 23, 2014 10:41:52 AM

Victor Valverde said:
Please help me with my problem david_w, what happens is that I have the windows 8 and when I connect to wifi shows connected after this limited times and then appears connected but does not connect, I can do? Would greatly appreciate your response
That teredo has to do with Ip6 vs Ip4 here's the link from my ISP http://www.att.com/esupport/ipv6.jsp#fbid=n0dJs7BhWAn

I have similar issue on my Dell Windows 7. My Internet works with Ip4 and my Modem works with Ip4 only.
I did follow advice, (((then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it., etc))))))) I am not going to repeat the whole instructions here.
BUT-

It has installed Microsoft Teredo Interface Adapter #2 also with an yellow triangle and exclamation point. When it got installed I got this message- Microsoft Teredo Interface Adapter was installed , but may not work properly (code 10). So, anyway, you can keep on installing Microsoft Teredo Interface Adapter forever, and it still will show code 10 and an yellow triangle. Somehow, it has to do with Microsoft, they must update with a new patch. otherwise, it will be "Mary Go around". I tried to contact Dell and my PC is out of Warranty. I am 100% certain that this error message is not only with Dell, as I see so many of you guys are experiencing the same issue. It is with Microsoft. I am sure tht we all have different PC brand names, not only Dell, so if we have the same problem it must be Microsoft's fault. I tried to contact Microsoft and they refer me to manufacturer of my PC.
I visited about 10 other sites with this problem, and I haven't seen that someone was able to resolve this issue. Any brilliant ideas out there?

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June 23, 2014 10:50:40 AM

Victor Valverde said:
Please help me with my problem david_w, what happens is that I have the windows 8 and when I connect to wifi shows connected after this limited times and then appears connected but does not connect, I can do? Would greatly appreciate your response

http://www.att.com/esupport/ipv6.jsp#fbid=n0dJs7BhWAn
This is my ISP explains Ip4 vs Ip6
I have similar issue on my Dell Windows 7. Teredo showing triangle with error code 10. However, My Internet works with Ip4 and my Modem works with Ip4 only.
I did follow advice, (((then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it., etc))))))) I am not going to repeat the whole instructions here.
BUT-

It has installed Microsoft Teredo Interface Adapter #2 also with an yellow triangle and exclamation point. When it got installed I got this message- Microsoft Teredo Interface Adapter was installed , but may not work properly (code 10). So, anyway, you can keep on installing Microsoft Teredo Interface Adapter forever, and it still will show code 10 and an yellow triangle. Somehow, it has to do with Microsoft, they must update with a new patch. otherwise, it will be "Mary Go around". I tried to contact Dell and my PC is out of Warranty. I am 100% certain that this error message is not only with Dell, as I see so many of you guys are experiencing the same issue. It is with Microsoft. I am sure tht we all have different PC brand names, not only Dell, so if we have the same problem it must be Microsoft's fault. I tried to contact Microsoft and they refer me to manufacturer of my PC.
I visited about 10 other sites with this problem, and I haven't seen that someone was able to resolve this issue. Any brilliant ideas out there?

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June 24, 2014 5:33:04 PM

I am having the same problem with the Teredo Adapter...code 10...cannot install, etc. But here is my history. Starting on 6/11 I had failed installations on almost all updates, starting with KB2800095. The computer attempted to install overnight, and that particular update was eventually grouped with 3 others, causing them all to fail installation. Finally, I installed each of the updates individually, but have never able to get 095 done successfully. The response to that install is very similar to the various fixes on the MS site in trying to solve the Teredo issue. Indeed, programs no longer even seem to be able to make a recovery point. Control Panel >Windows Update>left side is History.
Just me?
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June 25, 2014 6:20:09 AM

You need to contact Microsoft at 1866PCSafety. Just look up letters on your phone. If your updates are failing, Microsoft agent has to remotely access your PC and correct the problems including that teredo thing. That Teredo drives me nuts. It is obvious that this Teredo is Microsoft's fault. We have different PC brands and we all experience the same problem with Teredo Adapter
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June 26, 2014 2:55:09 AM

david_w said:
LavenderJade, what you need to do is open up your device manager, you then need to click the action tab at the top and click add legacy hardware
then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it.
To check just make sure it is set to show hidden devices, right click on device manager on the right and click view then show hidden devices.


MY ACTION TAB ONLY SHOW----- HELP--- WHERE IS THE LEGACY HARDWARE

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June 26, 2014 3:30:50 AM

smuchemedzi said:
david_w said:
LavenderJade, what you need to do is open up your device manager, you then need to click the action tab at the top and click add legacy hardware
then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it.
To check just make sure it is set to show hidden devices, right click on device manager on the right and click view then show hidden devices.


MY ACTION TAB ONLY SHOW----- HELP--- WHERE IS THE LEGACY HARDWARE



See the guide: http://appuals.com/microsoft-teredo-tunneling-adapter/

You have to select Network Adapters before clicking the tab
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June 26, 2014 7:02:24 AM

what's the point of giving this instruction in a visual style when Teredo adopter is not working? We did follow instructions and got installed adopter and again it shows yellow triangle with exclamation point, leading to code error 10
http://appuals.com/microsoft-teredo-tunneling-adapter/ is useless!
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June 26, 2014 11:29:02 AM

Slavv said:
what's the point of giving this instruction in a visual style when Teredo adopter is not working? We did follow instructions and got installed adopter and again it shows yellow triangle with exclamation point, leading to code error 10
http://appuals.com/microsoft-teredo-tunneling-adapter/ is useless!


In the start menu search bar type in REGEDIT to open the registry editor. Navigate through the following: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CURRENTCONTROLSET\SERVICES\TCPIP6\PARAMETERS. In the right pane, right click Disabled Components and select edit. Set the DWord value to 0. Restart your computer and the teredo tunneling adapter will now start.
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June 27, 2014 6:10:35 AM



In the start menu search bar type in REGEDIT to open the registry editor. Navigate through the following: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CURRENTCONTROLSET\SERVICES\TCPIP6\PARAMETERS. In the right pane, right click Disabled Components and select edit. Set the DWord value to 0. Restart your computer and the teredo tunneling adapter will now start.
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IT WORKS, YOU ARE A STAR, THNKS

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July 5, 2014 9:38:09 AM

Need to try this solution but do not know how to open device manager! please help


lavenderjade said:
How do I reinstall my Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter? I accidentally removed it from Windows.


david_w said:
LavenderJade, what you need to do is open up your device manager, you then need to click the action tab at the top and click add legacy hardware
then click next and next again it will then scan and find nothing click next on the screen after that.
Wait a minute and you will see a list of hardware appear, scroll down and choose network adapters then click next, then from the left column choose Microsoft then in the right hand column scroll down and choose Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, then click next and this will install it.
To check just make sure it is set to show hidden devices, right click on device manager on the right and click view then show hidden devices.


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