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Error code 10 Teredo Tunneling Adapter (Win 7)

The error code 10 says that the adapter can’t start. I’ve updated the driver (no change), and I’ve deleted the driver and re-installed it, also with no change. Per another recommendation, I’ve checked two applicable services to ensure that they are running, and they are.

(Here is the reference: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/44768-63-reinstall-microsoft-teredo-tunneling-adapter ) I understand that this driver is necessary for full utilization of the Home Group by various computers in my home. Help is greatly appreciated.

I found one solution to my problem after an extensive searching. This solution was presented on Youtube, and it worked for me. It involves editing a word in the registry.
Start Menu: In the search bar, enter regedit:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM CURRENT CONTROL SET SERVICES TCPIP6 PARAMETERS
In the right panel, right-click disabled components and select EDIT The value of the DWORD is ff meaning disabled. Select DECIMAL on the radio button Set the value of the DWORD to 0 (Zero) Re-boot the computer.
The Teredo tunneling adapter problem shown in the Device Manager should have disappeared . You can check for the correct operation by setting VIEW to Show Hidden Devices and expand the detail on the Network Adapter.

Teredo Tunnel Adapter: Error Code 10

If you are getting Error Code 10 after following all the steps at Teredo Tunnel Adapter then follow these steps below:
Go to Start and type cmd right click on cmd at the top of the list and select Run as Administrator. If the User Account Control window appears click on Yes.

cmd-run-as-administrator

Type all of these commands (very carefully) one at a time and click on the Enter key on your keyboard after each one has been typed in.You must copy the words exactly as shown here, one letter wrong and they won’t function.

netsh
int teredo
set state disabled

Leave the Command window open. Click on Start, Control Panel, Device Manager. Click on View and select Show hidden Devices. Right click on Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface and select Uninstall. Close the Device Manager and Control Panel. Back to the Command window, type these one at a time and click on the Enter key after each one is typed.

netsh
int ipv6
set teredo client

Close the Command window. Open Device Manager again, right click on Network Adapters and select Scan for harware changes, then click on View and select Show Hidden Devices. You should now see the Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface entry back in place without the yellow exclamation mark. Right click on Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface and select Properties, it should show that the device is working correctly in the Device Status box.

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