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Thought the adapter was something I had installed myself, so when couldn't find out anything about it, I took the rash step of un-installing it. according to information located AFTER I uninstalled it, it's the Microsoft ISATAP device Inter Site Automatic Tunnelling Address Adress Protocol, used to help enterprises transition to anIPv6 infrastructure, and encapsulates IPv6 traffic over an IPv4 infrastructure. since I'm new to this and also the net, I have no idea what to do next. thought I'd be able to find it and install it again, but I can't. Can someone help me please? I have an acer aspire 4710z note book . The wrong product is listed below in the product window as I couln't find the right one. Sorry. my aspire 4920 has shows that the microsoft isatapa is not working properly and i have uninstalled it from my sytem i want to install it back but i dont know how
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you're not an enterprise in the midst of transitioning to an IPv6 infrastructure, it's not necessary (and arguably not desirable) to re-enable IPv6. I want to ask what the original issue is/was that prompted your removing it and whether or not you're experiencing an issue now that you have removed it.
Posted on Aug 31, 2007
Please give more details about your setup -
This is apparently a well-known bug in Vista, but nothing to worry about. Take a look at the information from Microsoft.
Please give more details regarding problem #1 and I'm happy to see if I can be of any help.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
SOURCE: I have windows vista home
In the Control Panel, update the drivers. If still unsuccessful, delete those adapters, restart your workstation and reinstall drivers. Helpful to have another workstation nearby in case you need to download the drivers from the Internet.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
That's because you do not have the required drivers. check the box where the adapter came in or the website of the manufacture.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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3. Still in Device Manager, click Action and select Add legacy hardware.
4. Click next, and select Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced), click next.
5. Select Network Adapters and click next.
6. Select Microsoft in left panel and Microsoft ISATAP Adapter in the right panel.
7. Click next and finish the remaining wizard.
The ISATAP is related to Internet Protocol 6.
Please check if IPv6[Internet Protocol version] is enabled on your computer to obtain an IPv6 address.
however this driver only pertains to ipv6, so your internet adapter should still function properly. if it is, you can do this:
Disable but leave ISATAP in the hardware list and go to your manufacturers Website
and check for Post SP1 Driver updates for your computers Chipset.
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