@Surbeck go to command prompt and type in the command as it reads
bcdedit /set nointegritychecks OFF
press enter and exit
start Hamachi and test
That was actually my first course of action.
I also tried:
bcdedit /set testsigning on
bcdedit /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
So, I reinstalled the OS, attempted to reinstall Hamachi, and ran into the same error.
This time I unintalled Hamachi, downloaded and applied KB3033929, restarted, and reinstalled Hamachi.
Now it works!
Until the Hamachi driver becomes digitally signed by MS, I'll keep KB3033929 on my installation list.
Thanks for your help Consultant64!!
Good to hear! KB3033929 was the next step but actually it was to correct my typo from OFF to ON and then test.
Everything I have read they were supposed to address this issue with 64 bit a while ago. Mark your reply as the solution to help others.
FOUND THE SOLVE
Did you install KB3033929 ?
Its a utility to help install unverified drivers
This is false, here is the right way:
- Install DSEO (http://www.ngohq.com/?page=dseo)
- Go in test mode
- Sign hamachi driver
- Reinstall Hamachi
- Do NOT turn off test mode. It will remain an anoying watermark, which in theory could be removed from DSEO, I did not manage tho.
- What also needed to be done for me as per http://help.logmein.com/articles/en_US/FAQ/Why-do-I-get-the-Failed-to-connect-to-Hamachi-network-ada... :
Check your Network Connections folder and see if Hamachi's adapter is called Hamachi, and not something like "Local Area Connection 4". If it is not named Hamachi, then rename it into Hamachi and try running the application again. Make sure, the Network Connection Hamachi is activated.
Or get rid of hamachi altogether: Maybe this ruby script will work for you: https://github.com/r0adrunner/active-peer