Yes Johnny, that will work.
The problem is obvious here, it's the too many tunnel adaptor problem which I've seen many times in the past.
I also can't see any wireless NIC adaptor installed here so you may need to install the driver for your wireless device which I can't see. It should be there in Device Manager but may not have the drivers installed. Maybe it will show up after you remove all the extra 6 to 4 tunnel adaptors.
I have a file for this that will flush them for you rather than having to manually remove them.
You will need to unzip the file, there are both 32 bit and 64 bit versions, run the appropriate one for your system. Reboot the machine after running the file then see if they are all gone from the ipconfig, if not run the 6 to 4 remover again and reboot once more.
After that post the ipconfig/all again so I can make sure they are all gone.
Windows automatically makes a new one after they are removed.
This usually indicates you have a driver problem so the driver for this connection should be updated soon as possible.