Thank you, thank you. This fixed my issue. Took me a while to realize it was hamachi that was causing the problem as I had been using hamachi for years with no issues. Wasn't until we installed an Alpha AWUS036NH long range wifi adapter that I started having problems. THen once we realized hamachi, we couldn't figure out how to fix other than turn off hamachi. of course that's not acceptable since we need hamachi for me to connect to my work machines from home.
I do not know what to do. I had Hamachi to play on a minecraft server. I got bored of the server and hardly ever play on any other Hamachi servers so I decided to uninstall it. I restarted my computer, now it says there is a problem with my internet connection and my skype won't start either. Before I had restarted my computer, it said I was connected to the internet, but my browsers would not connect to the internet, and my skype was the same as it is now. Any help?
Yep, I was right, it's a routing issue. The fix is a little tricky, it's like this:
1. Run an elevated cmd.exe (press start, type cmd, press ctrl-shift-enter, approve UAC prompt). Make sure cmd.exe window says "Administrator:" in the title bar.
2. Run "route print" and then in the first section "Interface List" find the leftmost number for the line that corresponds to the "Hamachi Network Interface." For me this was 20.
3. Run "route delete 0.0.0.0 IF 20" (replace 20 with your number from step 2).
That's it. Before I did this, I had a line in the "Persistent Routes" section that listed the hamachi interface handling 0.0.0.0 with default metric, even though the line in the "Active Routes" section listed the metric as 9256. I'm not sure what all that means, but Hamachi still works fine after doing this (I'm not sure why it would need a catch-all 0.0.0.0 route anyway).
I sort of worked with your post, seeing as it was only a "temporary fix" and made a somewhat of a make-shift permenant fix. I have made two batch scripts: route.bat and execute.bat
Route.bat RUNS execute.bat with administrator priviledges.
Execute.bat simply runs your command in cmd.
Download my bat scripts and place them in your startup folder found in the start menu (typically located here: C:\Users\%user%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup).
Before you can use either script, you will need to right and edit both of them, i have placed in (parenthesis) where you will need to place your own info. "Execute.bat", you need to place your interface number that you found in ColdPetRat's post on step 2. "Route.bat" you will need to replace the user with a ENABLED administrator account on your windows machine, and also you will need to place the path to "execute.bat" as well.
On the first run of "Route.bat", it will prompt you for the administrator account password. don't worry though, it only asks for it once, i haven't had it ask again after that one time.
This is a rugged, not so official solution, but i have tested it and it works, i hope it helps you :)
I also have a similiar issue. All of my programs were working fine until i downloaded Hamachi to run a Minecraft server for me and my friends. Right after installing Hamachi i tried to access Skype to tell my friends the network ID and password but unfortunately was NOT able to connect to Skype. I got the message 'Oops..." which is a message that tells you to restart Skype or try again. I contacted Skype about this issue and asked the staff over at Skype many questions trying to solve my problem. I assumed it was an issue with Skype because in the same day I installed Hamachi Skype released an update that i downloaded. It seems to me now that it was not an issue with Skype but maybe an issue where Hamachi is interfering with my Skype. Although it IS possible that it still is an issue with Skype, because i am running Windows 8 Skype which, as we all know, Windows 8 has some bugs. I am hoping either Skype, Hamachi, or I will find a way to solve this problem because i am becoming frustrated with both programs. Let us all hope the issue resolves itself.
I had the same problem and for a while I thought it was a virus, and downloaded like 5 virus protection programs, none of them could find anything. So eventually I started deleting Add-ons and then saw my hamachi was running though i thought i uninstalled it a while ago, once i got rid of it, my internet works perfectly and i dont have to keep reseting my wireless adapter. I thought it was a virus for a long time, but it was just logmein screwing with my adapter