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Microsoft ISATAP Adapters


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Maui George

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When looking at "device Manager" there are 2 Microsoft ISATAP Adapters ( 2&3) that have a yellow triangle which I think indicate problems.
When I click on each adapter it opens a new window which has several tabs. One of them is "Driver Files Details"
The information say's :File version(vista sp2_gdr.100218-0019) Another tab say's "Driver File" C:windows\system32\drivers\tunnel.sys
When I look at the drivers it has a driver date of 2006. There is an option to update the drivers,but it say's
"Windows has determined driver software is up to date". The problems I'm experiencing are:Computer is slow, if I'm using
my computer and I'm online and have to leave in order to do something else (maybe 45 minutes)when returning it will loose
the internet connection, I have to restart it in order to have the internet again.

I'm running Windows Vista and have a wireless adapter(Linksis)I also have a Malware program and Registry cleaner but it doesn't
help.I'm only a novice with computers,if anyone responds with help or solution please don't make to technical.
Thank you for your help, Maui George
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http://support.micro...kb;EN-US;932520
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