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In Device Manager under Network Adapters, nearly all (about 20) items have a
yellow warning symbol. The first item, Microsoft 6to4 Adapter says driver is
up-to-date BUT says "This device is not working properly because Windows
cannot load the drivers required for their device (Code 31). Similar message
in all other 20 items under network adapters. Have checked for solutions -
send data to Micosoft- but so far no solutions. Any help please? Problem is
apparently with Microsoft ISATAP adapter "tv-configMgrErr31"
--
Martin
Feb 17 '08 #1
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"Martin" <Ma****@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:54**********************************@microsof t.com...
In Device Manager under Network Adapters, nearly all (about 20) items have
a
yellow warning symbol. The first item, Microsoft 6to4 Adapter says driver
is
up-to-date BUT says "This device is not working properly because Windows
cannot load the drivers required for their device (Code 31). Similar
message
in all other 20 items under network adapters. Have checked for solutions -
send data to Micosoft- but so far no solutions. Any help please? Problem
is
apparently with Microsoft ISATAP adapter "tv-configMgrErr31"
--
Martin

20 network adapters in Device manager? I'd love to see your PC :)
Seriously, you have one physical adapter (or, perhaps two), correct?
RobinS has a point, that asking in a Windows group (being sure to state
which version and edition of Windows you are using) would get you more
interest and help. As you appear to be using a web interface...

To find the group you need through the web interface...

http://www.microsoft.com/communities...D-2224A4FEB3EA

Select your language from the Tree View on the left, then scroll down to
Windows. In the Windows category, open your version of Windows. There,
select an appropriate group.

BTW, have you tried deleting all 20 adapters in Device Manager, then
rebooting to allow Windows to "rediscover" your adapter?

Feb 18 '08 #2
First, make sure you have Windows compatible and appropriate drivers for
your network card. Then right click on each of the network adapters listed
as not working properly and choose to remove those items.

Reboot your pc and if you are asked to supply a driver for the network card
that is found use the driver you had before you began.

"Martin" <Ma****@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:54**********************************@microsof t.com...
In Device Manager under Network Adapters, nearly all (about 20) items have
a
yellow warning symbol. The first item, Microsoft 6to4 Adapter says driver
is
up-to-date BUT says "This device is not working properly because Windows
cannot load the drivers required for their device (Code 31). Similar
message
in all other 20 items under network adapters. Have checked for solutions -
send data to Micosoft- but so far no solutions. Any help please? Problem
is
apparently with Microsoft ISATAP adapter "tv-configMgrErr31"
--
Martin

Feb 18 '08 #3
For PvdG42
Sorry, as you can no doubt tell, I am a novice on these matters! Don't know
how many adapters I have. All I know is that when I go to Device Manager,
under \network adapters, I get a list of over 20 items! (most with yellow
warning triangles)I have 5 called 6to4 adapters, and I have 14 isatap {.....}
adapters. Is this normal? I am using a wireless router. I am also using
Vista Ultimate OS.
--
Martin
"PvdG42" wrote:
"Martin" <Ma****@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:54**********************************@microsof t.com...
In Device Manager under Network Adapters, nearly all (about 20) items have
a
yellow warning symbol. The first item, Microsoft 6to4 Adapter says driver
is
up-to-date BUT says "This device is not working properly because Windows
cannot load the drivers required for their device (Code 31). Similar
message
in all other 20 items under network adapters. Have checked for solutions -
send data to Micosoft- but so far no solutions. Any help please? Problem
is
apparently with Microsoft ISATAP adapter "tv-configMgrErr31"
--
Martin


20 network adapters in Device manager? I'd love to see your PC :)
Seriously, you have one physical adapter (or, perhaps two), correct?
RobinS has a point, that asking in a Windows group (being sure to state
which version and edition of Windows you are using) would get you more
interest and help. As you appear to be using a web interface...

To find the group you need through the web interface...

http://www.microsoft.com/communities...D-2224A4FEB3EA

Select your language from the Tree View on the left, then scroll down to
Windows. In the Windows category, open your version of Windows. There,
select an appropriate group.

BTW, have you tried deleting all 20 adapters in Device Manager, then
rebooting to allow Windows to "rediscover" your adapter?

Feb 21 '08 #4
"Martin" <Ma****@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:77**********************************@microsof t.com...
For PvdG42
Sorry, as you can no doubt tell, I am a novice on these matters! Don't
know
how many adapters I have. All I know is that when I go to Device Manager,
under \network adapters, I get a list of over 20 items! (most with yellow
warning triangles)I have 5 called 6to4 adapters, and I have 14 isatap
{.....}
adapters. Is this normal? I am using a wireless router. I am also using
Vista Ultimate OS.
--
Martin

Try deleting all with warnings from Device Manager. If that doesn't work,
try my, and others' advice of deleting all entries under Network Adapters,
then reboot.

Post back here with results.

Feb 21 '08 #5

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