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ISATAP adaptor In the device manager ISATAP driver is shown with yello exclamation mark waht should i do? can i uninstall it and reinstall? I have toshiba satellite A-135-S4677

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  • Anonymous Oct 21, 2008

    i have this issue too

  • dtru Oct 21, 2008

    i have the same problem

  • jczadiaz Nov 17, 2008

    I have the same problem, I have a Hp Pavilion tx1000, and I was eorking with an ineternet wireless connection, but as fast as one day to another, the Isatap Adapter is not working and I can´t have any connection

  • kevingee Dec 12, 2008

    I also have this same problem on my Toshiba Satellite.

  • linajay90 Dec 26, 2008

    at dat isatap adapter i hav a yellow mark!!!!!!!!!!1 its seems is not functioning

  • montie 3 Feb 21, 2009

    there is a yellow mark on my isatap adaptor what can i do to solve this problem?


  • mgobrail Mar 06, 2009

    HP-pavilion ze4900
    Vista Ultimate
    without me installing any software or hardware, the system installed the driver by itself, but failed & gave me that yellow exclamation mark in front of the ISATAP ADAPTER # 4. When I right-click to update the driver, the search reveals that I have the most updated software. What is wrong? I don't know!!!


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You have ipv6 enabled, this is to help the worldwide convergence to ipv6 form ipv4 . were running out of addresses if not already have ran out.
so from what i can tell it works with the tunneling adapter. altho it is still doing stuff on your computer, it's needed to make the internet work right now, if anyone of you have a "microsoft wi-fi miniport adapter" all of a sudden and you also don't like that you can't get rid of it unless you go to the web and download the old driver.
neither the miniport or the isatap adapter are actually "needed" you can get by without isatap if you either disable or uninstall ipv6. virtual wifi isn't needed, but it's uber cool cause it's for your wireless card and if you connect wireless to the internet, it will let you wirelessly share out that connection wirelessly , (like your a wireless router)

i think i should not that "eventually" you will need to install ipv6 to browse the internet.
more importantly it actually isn't designed to be a "TAP" but it certainly could be the target of hackers in the future including the mini-port (only because they are both new)

http://www.istartedsomething.com/20090516/windows-7-native-virtual-wifi-technology-microsoft-research/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISATAP

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