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I have noticed im allways having problems where i get an error message saying ....... Is not working for example this one just now
Windows media centre store update manager stopped working as was closed
Whenever somethings being installed or uninstalled it will stop doing so and come up with the error message and slow the proccess down or stop it alltogether
It happens daily and most of my programs are hard to use because of it
Heres what my drivers look like on the Device Manager on Network adapters
[Yellow !] 6T04 Adapter
[Yellow !] 6T04 Adapter
[Yellow !] 6T04 Adapter
[Yellow !] isatap,{EE367810-BF1F-4257-8F09-ED04F7177FAB}
[Yellow !] isatap,{EE367810-BF1F-4257-8F09-ED04F7177FAB}
[Normal pc icon without Yellow !] NVIDIA n Force networking controller

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6to4 is a IPv6-to-IPv4 conversion layer very closely related to ISATAP. If you are not using IPv6 communications across IPv4 routers, you do not need 6to4 enabled. Most likely this is a problem with your service providers routers and your vista computer.

Heres a good reply to this type of question.


You might see if that is your problem. you may also be able to turn 6 to 4 off to cure the problem.

This was on a Dell laptop computer.
1) In control panel, open up system. properties.
2) Select the hardware tab, and then click Device Manager.
3) In device manager, click the view menu and select "Show hidden devices".
4) You'll find "Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface" listed under Network Adapters.
5) You can right click and disable it.

Then, right click on the 6to4 Adapter and disable it.


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