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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by ibo_christian09, Oct 20, 2011.

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  1. ibo_christian09

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    Hello. This is my first time to post a thread here at Techguy.org so I hope this site would make a good impression for me. I am
    currently studying IT so this techie forum stuff would soon come in handy. I would just like to know why does each time I troubleshoot my netbook device (Acer Aspire One 722) under Devices and Printers it fails to install and fix itself. The devices are
    microsoft teredo tunneling adapter and the microsoft ISATAP adapters (1,2 and 3). First of all what are these devices and their importance and how to troubleshoot it manually. Then is there anything I can do to Prevent this, an exclamation mark next to my device is for me irritating to see. :D. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    One more thing. Is it safe to uninstall it?? How about reinstalling it after that??
     
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    Here's some info on Toredo: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/network/cc917486.aspx

    Are you using ZoneAlarm? If so, I found this:
    Apparently if you run Zone Alarm's Firewall, it will will disable this Adapter on your Win 7 system.
    The fix:
    Open your Zone Alarm software and click on the Firewall section in the left tab, taking you to the main section showing the various zone settings...
    At the bottom right, clicked on the Advanced button, which open a separate window listing several additional options.
    At the bottom of that newly opened window, click the check-box next to Enable IPv6 networking. Save your settings and restart.
     
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