Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter (code of erro, 10)

Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter (code of erro 10) can not but connect o Nao laptop com o celular Bluetooth e no message control diz o device esta com problema, o driver e a versão 6.1.7600.16385 21/06/2006; e em propriedades mostra a mensagem (Este nao pode ser implies device. ((Código) 10).

Não encontro uma versão but recent Uso Win 7 64 bit

Modelo do laptop: HP G42-373BR
Wireless hardware:
Broadcom 4313 802.11b/g/n (ok pilot) Version 5.60.350.11 / Date 05/07/2010
Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller (ok pilot) Version 7.46.610.2011/ Date 06/10/2011
O Unico com problemas esta sendo o driver card Miniport Microsoft Virtual

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