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Code error 10 teredo tunelling

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  • Drivers
  • Windows 7
  • Tunneling
Last response: in Windows 7
November 13, 2012 2:03:52 PM

Hello,
I4AM A dOCTOR AND I HAVE DISINTALLED TEREDO TUNNELING DRIVER FOR WINDOWS 7 BECAUSE I WAS NOT ALLOWED TO ACTIVE THE PROGRAMME.
IN REGEDIT I HAVE CREATED A NEW KEY DWORD 32 BITS WITH THE NAME DisabledComponents which was missing value 0.
Reboot but always the same code error 10. So I erase the driver...
But how can I download and install the driver?
Thanks
Dr Jacques

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November 14, 2012 5:38:27 AM

That driver is built in to Windows and as far as I know you can't download it. I was getting an error with it too. So I disabled that device in Device Manager (right-click >> disable). Problem fixed and device is obviously not required because everything else works okay.
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November 14, 2012 10:00:50 AM

The Teredo Tunneling interface is enabled by default but inactive until required, it is used for tunneling IPv6 traffic over an IPv4 infrastructure, so unless you need to be communicating with remote IPv6 endpoints it can safely be disabled.

You can do this by using Device manager as Phil has suggested or by using netsh from the command line.

Open a cmd prompt - Type the following commands:

netsh
interface
teredo
set state disabled
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June 20, 2015 9:17:55 AM

no solution but a very old comment. Ever since I disabled Teredo tunneling I lost drivers for WPD enhanced storage and drivers for my printer , I can no longer print wirelessly. WPD enhanced storage is in permanent error state #10, Teredo wont start, 4 of my printer drivers will no longer install because they are missing which is not possible. I visit the HP site so often they ask about my family (kidding). If you live in the 2014 time period you do need IPv6 to print wirelessly. My Devices & Drivers icons are showing that my PC is in constant error state because of missing Teredo drivers and there is nothing to be done. Microsoft cannot sort it out. No one can. .
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