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Microsoft teredo tunneling adapter wont start - error code 10. + Blue screens.


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#1 melasurej69

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Posted 09 September 2014 - 08:30 AM

After purchasing my computer with Windows 7 installed (April 1st), I got a PC shop to transfer my stuff from my old XP machine. Shortly after, I tried to backup my PC using the Windows program but it failed several times and Device Manager had a yellow exclamation mark at Network adapters - Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter. Updating and uninstalling have both failed. Under Properties - Device status it states - This device cannot start (Code 10).

 

I'm also experiencing numerous blue screens with Event Viewer displaying Kernal-power under Critical. I've run System File Checker tool (SFC) several times with one success which helped, but which have failed since. Also having constant browser crashes.

 

Thanks in advance for any advice offered.  

  



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Posted 09 September 2014 - 08:39 AM

If this PC is under warranty, return it to them ASAP.



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Posted 09 September 2014 - 10:46 AM

Hi ElfBane,

Thanks for your speedy response.

Firstly, I still have my old Outlook Email setup dated 2003 on the advice
of my IT technician as it compliments my old XP stuff. In these
circumstances I think I would have to update it for it to work as you
suggest.

I'm waiting for an external drive replacement to backup my stuff again (as
unfortunately that too went faulty), after which I intend to address the
manufacturers for a refund and compensation as I'm out of pocket having
used a 3rd party to set things up. No doubt I'll probably have a battle on
my hands:-)

Thanks again.

MELASUREJ69






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