It’s really not hurting anything, and it appears a ton of people are having the same issue. I disable it, then I get error codes about it being disabled. This site is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations. Your name or email address: KLF Sep 18, Your name or email address:
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Oct 19, Messages: Shyster1Apr 27, KLF Sep 18, Looks like alot of people are having this problem. You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Adapyor or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number.
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No, create an account now. Here’s something I found searching the net. I have searched at MS and cant seem to find anything.
To uninstall adaptod component, right-click the item in Device Manager and select Uninstall. Considerations Problems with the 6to4 adapters usually are discovered by users when seeing the system status on the Windows Device Manager.
This site in other languages x. Keith- Replied on March 7, They won’t hurt anything disabled, this seems to be a rather common issue with Vista and some computers.
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I followed your steps, and upon reboot, both disabled devices were still listed as disabled. Click here to join today!
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Similar Threads – Microsoft 6To4 Adapter. If you are still getting the Yellow bangs in Device Manger then more than likely the network adapter does not support the above feature and you can ignore this error unless you have an Ipv6 network If you do, then more than likely it would be a work network and you would need to check with your IT people. Problems with the 6to4 adapters usually are discovered by users when seeing the system status on the Windows Device Manager.