Thanks for your help everyone! In the case of a home built PC, the first place to look for drivers would by the hardware manufacturers website ie: Current Temperatures Take II. Try using the hardware id to manually find the correct drivers. Now are you still with me?
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Microsoft Tun Miniport Adapter #2…?!?!?
The time now is Gloria – Replied on September 28, Results 1 to 15 of As I’ve said, the registry modification is untested. Also, I have seen guides for this process on other sites, but i just don’t trust them the way I do majorgeeks By Prince Abaddon in forum Networking Replies: In the dropdown box that says “Automatic” or “Manual”, set it to Disabled and then click on “Apply” 4.
Restart your PC to complete the process, as advised. Try changing the channel on your router. In the case of a home built PC, the first place to look for drivers would by the hardware manufacturers website ie: The manufacturer drivers still had a yellow code I tried everything you suggested.
The first 2 changes will cause that program not to work – but will leave all of your normal IPv4 connections unaffected. Apparently this error is related to using ipv6.
Right now IPs use four digits like Now miniplrt you still with me? Hold the Windows key and type R, enter “services. Originally Posted by NooNoo.
Microsoft Tun Miniport Adapter #?!?!? | Support Forums
How satisfied are you with this response? I am not savvy at computers but to fix this is going to be my mission as I looked on Microsoft’s Forum and every question regarding “Code 10” and “Tunny” had no answers! It is a “code 10” which means new hardware cannot be started! For more information, zdapter may refer the following KB articles: This site in other languages x.
I have been to Device Manager and checked updates and disabled and enabled and checked compatibility and Microsoft says its good!!
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Open Control Panel, double-click Network Connections. You’ll see 5 categories so highlight the one you are going to work on and then click on File and Export Registry File Put it on your desktop when it asks for a location.
I went to the device manager to see what the problem was, and beneath network adapters, there is a line that says ‘Microsoft Tun Miniport Adapter 2’ and it is displaying the litle yellow exclamation traiangle error thingy November 12th, Also, ensure you haven’t bridged any two network cards inside Network Connections.
Remove Advertisements Mircosoft Links. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly.