Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter Device download

I cannot find the Tunneling Adapter download. I have tried the solutions that have been given, and nothing works. Where can I download it from?
 

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Hi,

Additional information will help us to identify the cause of this issue. We would like to know the steps that you have taken.

Meanwhile, we would suggest that you follow these steps to install Microsoft Teredo Tunnel Adapter Driver:

  1. Press Windows key + R to open Run dialog.
  2. Type hdwwiz.cpl, and then press Enter to open Device Manager.
  3. Click on Network Adapters from the list.
  4. Click on Actions tab at the top.
  5. Select Add Legacy Hardware.
  6. Click on Next button.
  7. Make sure that Search for and install the hardware automatically (Recommended) option is selected, and then click on Next button.
  8. Click on Next button again.
  9. Under Common hardware types selection, look for Network Adapters and click on it.
  10. Click on Next button.
  11. Under Manufacturer column, select Microsoft.
  12. Under Network Adapter column, select Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter
  13. Click on Next button.
  14. Click on Next button again.
  15. Click on Finish.

We look forward for your response.

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First Thank you so much for the quick response, I printed it out and followed it step by step but unfortunately it didn't work. There were two memos, one that windows would continue to find a solution and for me to contact the manufacturer. I will contact Hp and see what they reply. Again Thank you for your time in trying to help me.

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In case that Hewlett Packard's resolution won't work too, we suggest that you refer to this thread: Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface This device cannot start. (Code 10). It was already answered by Nithyananda J and

auggy on March, 2010. Nithyananda J's answer was found helpful by 128 people while auggy's answer was found helpful by 62 people and we are hoping that you'll be one of them.

Let us know if you have further questions.

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Thanks for the instructions on the Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter, I printed it out and followed it step by step. I'm still getting the error code 10, and it says will not start. I've uninstalled and reinstalled, updated the driver to no avail. I tried HP and because my PC is not under warranty, I can't get help there.  Thanks again for your time.

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Here are some instructions that work (for some systems):

Let's see...

As usual we know absolutely nothing about your system.

Assuming you are following some directions to add the Teredo maybe you are seeing something like this after installing:

And Device Manager shows a yellow exclamation next to the Adapter like this:

Here is a generic procedure for you to follow:

Click the Start orb/button and in the box enter the following:

cmd.exe

Right click cmd.exe and choose to Run as Administrator:


In the Command Prompt window enter the following commands one at a time pressing the Enter key after each:

  • netsh
  • int  teredo
  • set  state  disabled
  • int  ipv6
  • set  teredo  client
  • exit

You should be seeing something like this as you enter the commands one at a time:

Close the Command Prompt window by entering exit one more time.

Restart your system and see how things look in Device Manager now.

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Hi, I really appreciated the step by step instructions, I followed them exactly but to no avail. I have a HP  desk top with windows 7, 64,I'm sorry I didn't give enough information. I have uninstalled the Teredo Tunneling Adapter and reinstalled, I've updated the driver,it says code 10 still, and to reinstall the driver which I have tried. Won't uninstall or reinstall. Says it is updated. So unless someone has some more suggestions?? I will give up. Thanks again.

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Sorry that didn't work and I don't know how to recreate the problem so don't have any other ideas at the moment.

Those instructions (of mine) don't say anything about installing a driver (I didn't have to) so if you have been following some other wild goose chase ideas it could be that your Teredo is somehow too afflicted and since I can't recreate the problem can't come up with ways to fix it (and I am not one for making suggestions that begin with the word "try").

You could ask your question in the HP community because sometimes there are actual support people from HP that reply to questions out there.

Here is what mine looks like in Device Manager - if your doesn't look like this maybe you can adjust it:

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When i go to Add Legacy Hardware and go to select driver, it does not show to me Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter.  What i have to do?
(I was trying to reinstall this driver but when i try to install it again i can't)

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The following doesn't answer your question (as far as I know, you can't download a driver for the Microsoft Teredo Tunneling adapter).

However, other than the understandable desire to not have warning icons showing in Device Manager, the odds are that you really do not need the Microsoft Teredo Tunneling adapter.  Why do you think you do need it?

Assuming that the Microsoft Teredo Tunneling adapter is showing in your Device Manager with the warning icon, right-click on it and select "Uninstall."  Reboot the computer. 

  • Does the entry return?
  • If it does return, is there a warning icon?
  • If it doesn't return, what negative effects are you experiencing?

I don't have personal experience with the following advice.  The Microsoft Teredo Tunneling adapter is not installed in my Windows 7 Pro system, it does not show at all in Device Manager, and as far as I can tell, there are no adverse consequences to this situation.

If the Microsoft Teredo Tunneling adapter is showing in your Device Manager with a warning icon, open the Registry Editor (click Start, type regedit, press Enter, and respond as needed to the UAC prompt).  Navigate to

     HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CURRENTCONTROLSET\SERVICES\TCPIP6\PARAMETERS

Look in the right pane:  if there is an item named DisabledComponents and its value is not 0, right-click on the item, select "Modify" and change the value to 0.  Then restart the computer.

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  • I've already checked HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CURRENTCONTROLSET\SERVICES\TCPIP6\PARAMETERS the value is 0
  • I need Microsoft Teredo Tunneling adapter to play Forza online
  • The Microsoft Teredo Tunneling adapter was showing in my Device Manager, but i've uninstalled it. Now i'm trying to install again.

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