Question about Intel Desktop Board D845GLVA (BOXD845GLVAL) Motherboard
I get the message above plus message about problem with with PnP device and driver problems
Teredo Tunnels are a next-generation TCP/IP protocol service called IPv6.
It is the successor to the IPv4 protocol, although the IPv4 protocol is still in use and Teredo
Tunnels allow connections to the IPv6 protocol by creating a virtual tunnel.
When removing firewalls or any other security software from your computer, you may have unknowingly disabled your Teredo Tunnels.
To allow them to operate again, you will have to reinstall them.
Log in to your computer with your administrator's username and password.
Click "Start" and type "Cmd" in the search field.
This will open the command prompt window.
Right-click the command line icon and click "Run as Administrator."
Type "netsh interface ipv6 install" into the command prompt and press "Enter."
Type "netsh interface ipv6 set teredo client" and press "Enter."
This will reinstall Teredo Tunneling and enable it for use.
Teredo tunneling is a protocol that is part of the next generation TCP/IP protocol called "IPv6." Teredo tunneling enables devices using the IPv6 protocol to communicate through an IPv4 (the current version of TCP/IP) networks by creating a virtual IPv6 tunnel through an IPv4 network.
Uninstalling firewalls or other security software may disable or uninstall Teredo Tunneling, which can cause the Windows Homegroup network feature to fail.
Reinstall Teredo Tunneling in order to resolve the issue.
Boot the computer and then log in using the username and password of an account that has Administrator permissions on the Windows 7 computer.
Click the "Start" or "Globe" button in the lower-left corner of the PC desktop, then click the "Search" box and type "cmd.
" Right-click the command line icon that appears in the upper-left pane and then click "Run as Administrator" in the menu that appears.
Type "netsh interface ipv6 install" and press the "Enter" key.
Then type "netsh interface ipv6 set teredo client" and press the "Enter" key.
Reboot the computer and Teredo Tunneling will be reinstalled and enabled.
Posted on Apr 14, 2014
If this message is in windows, then it is all driver problems. Try going to the intel website and looking up your motherboard, there should be several drivers in multiple categories to download, or one package, get the newest ones and install them all. Intel Driver Update Utility
Posted on Apr 14, 2014
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1. Open command prompt with administrator credentials (Find CMD and right-click - Run as Administrator).
2. Enter netsh environment. Type "netsh" and ENTER.
3. "int teredo" and ENTER
4. "set state disabled" and ENTER.
5. Open Device Manager and uninstall "Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface".
6. Open command prompt with administrator credentials once again.
7. netsh + ENTER.
8. "int ipv6" + ENTER
9. "set teredo client" + ENTER
10. Open Device Manager and Scan for new hardware.
11. Select "Show hidden devices" from the View menu. You will now see that it is present without errors with any luck.
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