I had this same problem and it turned out to be that the network adapter for hamachi is not there in the Device manager, i'm looking for a fix myself and looked all over the internet, tried them out but didn't fix it.
I had this same problem and it turned out to be that the network adapter for hamachi is not there in the Device manager, i'm looking for a fix myself and looked all over the internet, tried them out but didn't fix it. Try to reinstall hamachi
After two days, I finally have found the solution. (I'm Spanish, so I don't know how things in W10 are named, but i will try to explain it as clearly as possible.)
1. If hamachi doesn't start (it opens the diagnostic tool) and it says service is not started, go to Services>LogMeIn Hamachi Tunneling Service>Start . Open the UI again and it should work as normal.
2. If yellow triangles are appearing next to your clients (as the problem I had) make sure that:
- You have the Hamachi network adapter in your adapters list. Go to Device Manager>Network Adapters and if you can't see the Hamachi adapter, you need to install it. Actions>Add (heredated??) hardware. Click next until you see a list. Find the hamachi controller. It should appear now in the adapters list.
- If yellow triangles are still appearing, rename Hamachi connection if it isn't called "Hamachi" (mine was named "Ethernet 2"). Restart service as you have done in step 1.
- If those evil triangles are still there, right click the network tray icon and choose the second option (i don't have any idea how in English is named). Choose the Hamachi connection and click Properties. Untick the DDoS option or anything like that and click accept. Restart the service again and the yellow triangles should dissapear now.
Hope this helps,
Hamachi 18.104.22.1683 has just been released yesterday.
This version is designed to fix issues coming from upgrading to Windows 10.
Please update your Hamachi and let us know if you still experience problems.
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i'm having similar issues. I upgraded to Windows 10 last night, and have not been able to get Hamachi working.
The Hamachi program installs fine with no errors. The Network Adapter shows up, with the correct name 'Hamachi'. Clients on Hamachi do not have yellow triangles beside them, however I cannot ping or connect to any of the clients, whereas I could yesterday from the same machine when it was on Windows 7.
I've just tried downloading a new client (as mentioned above a new version was released), this hasn't fixed the issue.
I've tried restarting the LogMeIn service, rebooting, re-installing hamachi, disabling windows firewall, restarting router etc, none of this has worked.
When I click diagnose within hamachi, I get the following error:
Hamachi self-diagnostic result file
Date2015 - 08/04 18:05:29.294
Adapter configuration: OK
Traffic test: OK
Peer results: [155-347-880]
Adapter configuration: OK
Traffic test: Inbound traffic blocked, check firewall settings
Another PC on my network, running Windows 7, has no issues connecting and pinging the same hamachi clients.
Can anyone on Windows 10 confirm if they are able to ping/connect to other hamachi clients?
i cracked the code, very simple, if your friend(s) have a yellow triangle next to their name, just right click on their name, click details, click on the settings tab, click on change next to traffic, and then click allow all