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Isatap dear sir/ madam, a yellow mark apear to the isatap in the device manager and since that apens i have problem of connecting to internet

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ISATAP is a virtual device for transfering packets.
Somehow this must have gotten corrupted, Try uninstalling your network card. Once thats done scroll up to the top of device manager and right click on Computer and choose "scan for changes"
this should reinstall your network card and with it your ISATAP protocols. This should fix your problem. I've had to do this acouple of times myself (Quite common in Vista)

Hope this helps ya
Dave

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