How To Fix Hamachi Tunnel Problem in Windows 10

In this tutorial, learn how to fix Hamachi tunnel problem on Windows 10.

Hamachi is best to play your favorite games with your friends by creating a virtual LAN connection. With Windows 10 release some users are reporting that Hamachi is not working, here is how you can fix it.

Fix Hamachi Tunnel Problem in Windows 10

Fix: Hamachi Does Not Work in Windows 10

What to do if Hamachi Not Working in Windows 10?

Hamachi is a popular service, but sometimes it gives errors and issues that couldn’t be solved easily. Speaking of problems, in this post, we’re going to cover the following errors:

  • Hamachi network adapter error Windows 10: This is one of the common Hamachi errors that you can encounter. If you’re facing this problem, you can easily fix it by updating or reinstalling your Hamachi driver.
  • Hamachi tunnel problem yellow triangle: Another common issue with Hamachi. To fix this issue, you might have to restart the LogMeIn service and restart your PC and check to see if that fixes the issue.
  • Hamachi service stopped: If you’re having this issue, you can easily fix it by manually restarting the Hamachi service.
  • Hamachi won’t connect to servers: Many users reported that they cannot connect to Hamachi servers. This can be a problem, but, you should be able to fix it by reinstalling Hamachi.
  • Hamachi gateway not working: This is one of more serious Hamachi errors that you can get. To fix it, you should be able to fix it by using one of our methods.

Before I start trying to fix this problem make sure that you’ve installed Hamachi latest version on your Windows 10.

Method 1. Restart your Windows PC

If you’re getting problems with Hamachi, you might be able to fix them simply by restarting your Windows PC. I have to mention that restarting your Windows PC might give just a temporary solution, but if you’re looking for a quick solution, so be sure to try that.

Method 2 Disable Microsoft Network Adapter Multiplexor Protocol and reinstall the application

According to Windows users, Microsoft Network Adapter Multiplexor Protocol can usually interfere with Hamachi. This protocol can cause for Hamachi does not work properly, but you can solve that by doing the following:

Step 1. First, uninstall Hamachi on your PC. Read more: How to completely uninstall Hamachi.

Step 2. Go to Control Panel (in Category view), open Network Connections.

Step 3. Then, delete the Network Bridge.

Step 4. Locate Local Area Connection and right click it and select Properties.

Step 5. Ensure that all items are ticked except Microsoft Network Adapter Multiplexor Protocol.
Disable Microsoft Network Adapter Multiplexor Protocol

Step 6. Restart your Windows PC and reinstall the latest version of Hamachi.

After doing that, check if the problem still happens.

Method 3. Make sure that the Hamachi services are running

Hamachi needs certain services to be running in order to work properly. However, these services can become disabled on your PC, but you can turn on them with ease. Ensure that you have installed the latest version of Hamachi before trying the following steps:

Step 1. Press Windows Key + R and put services.msc in the Run dialog box. Press Enter or click OK.

Step 2. In the Services window, find and double-click the LogMeIn Hamachi Tunneling Engine service in order to open its Properties.

LogMeIn Hamachi Tunneling Engine

Step 3. Set the Startup type as Automatic. If the service isn’t running, click the Start button to start it. Click Apply > OK to save changes.

Make sure that the Hamachi services are running

If the service is already running, stop it, wait for a few seconds and start it again.

Step 4. Restart your Windows PC, then the problem should be resolved completely.

Method 4. Uninstall conflicting software

A lot of users reported that they were unable to start Hamachi on their PC due to their VPN client. Hamachi is a network application, so it’s not uncommon for other network tools, such as VPN, to have problems with it.

Some users reported that removing their VPN fixed the issue, hence you might want to try that. According to users, the issue was caused by Softether VPN client, but after uninstalling it, the issue was completely resolved. If you want to delete all files associated with your VPN, we suggest you use a dedicated uninstaller such as IObit Uninstaller or Your Uninstaller to uninstall the problematic application.

After uninstalling your VPN client, the issue should be resolved and Hamachi will start working again. But, if you need to install a new VPN, you might want to try Radmin VPN.

Method 5. Update Hamachi drivers

If you have problems with Hamachi and its drivers, that might be because its drivers are out of date. In order to fix this problem, you might be able to update the necessary drivers. To so that, follow these below steps:

Step 1. Press Windows Key + R then type devmgmt.msc in the Run dialog box. Click OK to open Device Manager.
devmgmt.msc

Step 2. Once Device Manager pops up, go to Network adapters section, right-click LogMeIn Hamachi Virtual Ethernet Adapter and select Update driver from the menu.

Update Hamachi drivers

Step 3. Then, click on Browse my computer for driver software.

Step 4. After that, click on Browse button and select your Hamachi installation directory. Once you select the desired directory, click on Next to continue.

Windows 10 now will try to install the driver. Once the driver is installed, check to see if the problem still persists.

Method 6. Add Hamachi as legacy hardware

Hamachi comes with its own drivers, and if you’re facing any issues with it, you might be able to solve the issue by installing Hamachi as a legacy hardware. Before you can add Hamachi as legacy hardware, you need to uninstall its driver by doing the following:

Step 1. Open Device Manager.

Step 2. When Device Manager window opens, find your Hamachi Network Adapter, right-click it and click Uninstall device from the menu.
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Step 3. When the confirmation dialog occurs, simply click on Uninstall.

Once the driver is uninstalled, you can install Hamachi as legacy hardware by doing the following:

Step 1. Click the Action menu > select Add legacy hardware.

Step 2. When the Add Hardware wizard pops up, click on Next.

Step 3. Choose Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced) then click on Next.

Step 4. Choose Show All Devices then click Next.

Step 5. Click on Have Disk.

Step 6. Click on the Browse button, go to Hamachi installation directory and choose the Hamachi driver.

Step 7. Finally, follow the instructions on the screen to install Hamachi driver.

Once Hamachi driver is installed, the errors with Hamachi should be fixed.

I hope at least one of these methods helped you to solve the error with Hamachi in Windows 10. Hope something helps you.

How To Fix Hamachi Tunnel Problem in Windows 10
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