Not sure what's going on.
Created a new Hamachi network. Can join it with any PC I've tried, and use it in a normal fashion, from any internet connection I've tried... bar one computer.
It joins the network, but gets a little triangle-exclamation warning next to any other computers on the network. If you go into the Properties of any of the other computers, it brings up the Peer Properties box with "error" in the VPN status section. If you hit details, it tells you to look on the Settings tab. On the Settings tab the status is "network adapter error" and the details say "Failed to connect to the network adapter. Peer is not accessible via VPN.".
It can ping 127.0.0.1 and use the internet or anything on the local network without a problem. It cannot ping it's own Hamachi address or any other PC on the Hamachi network, nor use any of the other functions like Browse. Basically everything works but Hamachi.
As mentioned, I've connected several computers to the network from three internet connections. All of them play nice but this one PC.
It hadn't been fired up in a while and had an expired OneCare on it. I've uninstalled that. I've tried it with the Windows Firewall completely disabled with no change to any of the symptoms.
What do I do?
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Steps I took to resolve this :
1) Kill the process "hamachi-2.exe"
2) Disable and enable the hamachi network adapter
3) Start again the service "LogMeIn Hamachi 2.0 Tunneling engine" from the control panel
4) Start the Hamachi client from the Start menu
I didn't need to uninstall/reinstall Hamachi neither to rollback its version, though it may help to clean house after uninstalling, should there be multiple examples of Hamachi taking up the registry. Regedit seek and destroy of these entries has been mentioned here to help.
I suppose there are some issue related to hibernation (I'm on Windows Vista), but that's a different discussion.
I am also having the exact same problem. As another bit of information, i don't see Hamachi in the network connections or under the network adaptors list.
same problem here. what i find really strange is the office where i'm having the problem has 4 computers and only one of them has this problem... same set up on all of them going through the same networking gear hooked up to the same ISP, etc...
i've rebooted a million times, disabled everything i could think of that might interfere (firewall, AV, etc...), reinstalled hamachi... nothing has worked.
Same problem under Vista x64, Works fine on XPProSp3. It started with upgrade to new version (18.104.22.168) from 1.x.x.x something
Update: Ok seems that the updgrade just removed the Hamachi network adapter and failed to add it again. There is other thread about it aswell in same forums.
with no info in it how to fix it
I managed to resolve issue too.
Prereq-Please backup Hamachi Configuration Folder before proceding as I seen a few actually get deleted even though the user said to preserve settings
1. Delete Hamachi Network Adapter from Device manager
2. Uninstall Hamachi and reboot
3. Deploy Hamachi from weblink and you should be able to connect properly afterwards
Hope this helps.
The above worked for me. Deleting the adapter, uninstalling, re-installing and re-configuring.
Then I restared the computer. Now it ‘failed to get server address’. Neato.
How am I supposed to delete my adapter when it doesn't show up?
Furthermore, I've attempted to manually install the network adapter, it showed me I created "Hamachi Network Adapter #9" the first time I tried, then proceeded to tell me that there was an error because the file could not be found.
Apparently I'm installing adapters but they aren't showing.
I've tried removing Hamachi registry stuff, but I'm no nearer a solution.