Go to My Computer -> Device Manager and check if the hamachi driver is installed properly.
If it shows warning sign then hamachi driver is not installed properly.
In my case, Windows was saying the driver is not digitally signed.
To install unsigned drivers, Restart the computer, press f8 during windows boot and select
"Disable driver signature enforcement"
Now resintall Hamachi, your hHmachi drivers should get installed properly now.
If you get relayed tunnel problem, make sure you allow hamachi tunnel through firewall or disable firewall if you are sure that your computer is secure enough.
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Has anyone found out how to rename the Hamachi adapter after following the below steps:
Alternatively, you may try re-installing the Hamachi adapter themselves.
Simply open your device manager and uninstall the Hamachi Network Adapter.
Afterwards, in the device manager select "Add Legacy Hardware".
Select "Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced)".
Select Network Adapter and then select"Have Disk".
Browse to where Hamachi is installed and select the Hamachi drv listed there.
"C:\Program Files (x86)\LogMeIn Hamachi"
After installing the Adapter, please be sure to go back to the adapter page and rename the adapter to "Hamachi" or you will continue to run into connectivity problems.