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I did not recognize this device, nor did I find great information via google. Video of the Day. Sorry this didn’t help. I just checked that and I dont have any selection for that.
What Is A Microsoft 6To4 Adapter?
Launch Device Manager by clicking “Start,” “Run” and type “devmgmt. This thread is locked. Discussion in ‘ Networking ‘ started by roshJul 6, Yes, my password is: Log in or Sign up.
You must log in or sign up to reply here. Welcome to Tech Adapyor Guy! One reason is your adapter does not support this feature. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?
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Problems with the 6to4 adapters usually are discovered by users when seeing the system status on the Windows Device Manager. Any help out there??? AdsptorApr 27, Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. If you are still getting the Yellow bangs in Device Manger then more than likely the network adapter does not support the above feature and you can ignore this error unless you have an Ipv6 network If you do, then more than adaaptor it would be a work network and you would need to check with your IT people.
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I have the same 6t40 Jan 30, Messages: JohnWillJul 7, How satisfied are you with this reply? Discussion in ‘ Networking and Wireless ‘ started by ToyoApr 27, Microsoft has recognized there are alerts that incorrectly display the status of the 6to4 adapter, since an error message for this device can be simply ignored and the adapter’s functionality will not be affected. I have searched at MS and cant seem to find anything.
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Microsoft ISATAP 6to4 adaptor
Considerations Problems with the 6to4 adapters usually are discovered by users when seeing the system status on the Windows Device Manager. If it’s not hurting anything then I guess I won’t worry about it. Thanks for marking this as the answer.