This particular error can be caused by a number of different things. You can try reinstalling Hamachi, turning off your firewalls, power cycling your modem (if you have one), but first I would like you to try this.
(If your using Windows) We will reinstall the hamachi adapter. Click Start, Run (Or the Windows key + R), and type CMD in the run box to bring up the command prompt. From there type:
cd C:\Program Files\LogMeIn Hamachi
This removed the adaptor. Now we want to add it back. You would do this by just manually adding it through the add hardware wizard in your control panel. Choose network adapters and then find hamachi from the list. After you add the adapter back you will want to open your Network Connections window in the Control Panel and rename the new adapter "Hamachi" (Without the quotation marks).
If you have any trouble with this let me know.
Chaz Logue | Customer Support Representative
· ·· LogMeIn, Inc.
I have tried everything you mentioned (reinstalled Hamachi, Firewall is off, cycled modem, and removed and reinstalled Hamachi network adapter), but I still get the Ghost State problem. The connection will remain good for about 20 minutes and then it just goes into Ghost State. Any other solutions or settings to try?