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Windows 7: Teredo tunneling pseudo interface

18 Jun 2010   #11

Windows 10 Pro x64

I'll post something in the Guru Lounge see if we can't get you some more help :)

edit: I've asked Gregrocker to take a look to see if he knows a way to do a Repair Install from an OEM machine, he's our Installation Guru, if anyone knows a way he will. Will let you know :)

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18 Jun 2010   #12

Win7 Home Premium 64x

There should be a recovery Partition since its OEM. you can look in the Disk Management I think and post a screenshot of the Partitions you have available.
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18 Jun 2010   #13

Win7 Home Premium 64x

If there is, you can get into system repair from boot menu to use recovery Partition: System Recovery Options
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18 Jun 2010   #14

Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro,

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sharkman View Post
So I accidently uninstalled this device and I have no idea how to get it back. I think I need it (and can someone confirm) for networking my laptop to my desktop?

can someone help
There is another way to reinstall this. Open up the Device Manager and click on the view button upper left, then choose the "show hidden devices" tab,this will allow you to see more options.

"if you can't seem to update your Teredo driver and have ZoneAlarm Security Suite, you may want to check whether the Enable IPv6 box in Firewall | Main | Advanced is ticked or not (the last box in the dialog) - if not, tick it and update the driver from the Device Manager." (- from

You might also need to perform the registry fix listed in this Technet thread.

Click on network adaptors then scroll down till you see the Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface, right click it then choose to update the driver "you can do this through the properties tab also". You will have the options to browse my computer for the driver software, or seach automatically < choose this one.

I'm not too clear on what you did to cause this problem but if you uninstalled this driver then reinstalling it should hopefully fix the problem.

Reboot the machine. It should be fixed now.

You can type, ipconfig /all into the command prompt then hit enter, to confirm if IPv6 is working or not. You should be able to set up a Homegroup if IPv6 is working.

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18 Jun 2010   #15
Microsoft MVP


Have you tried to System Restore to before you deleted device?

Try the specific solutions given for your issue again.

To Repair Install or Reinstall:
To run a Repair Install from the desktop or Clean Reinstall, borrow or locate a Win7 installer. You can unlock all versions in any Win7 installer by extracting the .ISO file using ImgBurn, use ei.cfg removal tool to unlock all versions, then burn to DVD. Use Product Key stickered to bottom of laptop.

If you cannot locate a Win7 installer, Back up your files and try running Gateway Factory Recovery: Gateway Support - Full Factory Recovery

Read the manual (at Gateway Support Downloads webpage) for your model to see if it differs from above.

Your drivers are here for clean install: Use drivers given by installer unless they are missing or performance dictates otherwise.

I am not that familar with Teredo but wonder if reinstalling your full Network software from link above might restore it? Others may know.
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27 Jun 2011   #16

32 - s/b 64 bit Home Premium but hacked and taken over by 32 bit
Hacked and taken over using teredo tunneling

Does anyone have any suggestions about how to "un-hack" my computer from the one that has hacked into mine using Teredo tunneling wiht pseudo interface and then taken a supervisor control of my computer and then hidden source.

Any thoughts? I'm desperate - he is making school impossible. I have to go to the library to do my work which abbreviates study time. I'm beyond frustrated, this is the third computer this year. I'm wondering if I have any defense?

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27 Jun 2011   #17

32 - s/b 64 bit Home Premium but hacked and taken over by 32 bit

Thank you for the suggestions. I guess I didn't mention - I don't want to be part of a network or Homegroup. I just want this hacker out of my system.

Any thoughts? He has erased/deleted the system restore so that isn't an option. When I try to re-install with discs he over rides and rejects re-install with I "don't have permission". I was using G drive to back up and he disconnected G drive. This is malicious not malevolent. Help!!
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