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beckyb70
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Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface

I ran my HP Diagnostic Tool and it says a driver was detected on device "Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface". Can anyone help me resolve this issue?

Not sure if this is why my pc is running so slow.

 

Windows Vista 64

 

Greatly appreciated!

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lasvegaswireman
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Re: Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface

Please see this Wikipedia article on Teredo tunneling. It basically states "Teredo tunneling" is a stopgap measure being used in the transistion of the Internet from IPv4 to IPv6. The "Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface" is a valid Microsoft driver used to implement "Teredo tunneling" on Windows based computers.

 

This is not an issue and is by design. This driver should have little to no impact on the speed of your computer.

 

Please preform a full anti-virus scan of your computer to rule out viral infections which may cause slow downs.


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beckyb70
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Thank you!

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I found that in order to correct the "Teredo Tunnel Pseud-Interface" problem was to not mess with the drivers at all. Rather instead re-enable IPv6! Then ask Mr. FixIt from Microsoft to do his thing and sound was restored. A restart was required to make everything permanent. After that look in the Device Manager and it's all good! Good luck.

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wesal
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i need teredo tunneling driver

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