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How to install the HASP Driver on Windows 7

To Run Caddie on a Windows 7 computer the latest HASP Driver (dongle driver) is required.

This can be downloaded from the following link:

Downloads

Note: to see the download button on the link you will need to log in.

To Install

  • Download the file to the local computer (make a note where it is saved).
  • Right Click on the downloaded file and select 'Send To', Select 'Desktop (create shortcut)' from the list that appears.
    This will create a shortcut on the desktop.
  • Locate the shortcut and right click it then select Properties.
  • In the 'Target' box add  -r to the end of the line (Note this is a space followed by -r).
    The target will now look something like:

                   C:\Downloads\haspdinst.exe -r (assuming the file was downloaded to 'c:\Downloads')

  • Select OK to close the dialogue.
  • Double click the shortcut - A small progress box should be displayed and after a few minutes it should read 'Operation Completed Successfully'.
  • Click OK to close the progress box.

            If User Account Control is set to a high level, you may have to confirm your permission for the program to run.

  • Locate the shortcut again and right click and select Properties.
  • In the 'Target' box, change the last character from r to i.
                     The target will now look something like:

                 C:\Downloads\haspdinst.exe -i (assuming the file was downloaded to 'c:\Downloads')

  • Select OK to close the dialogue.
  • Double click the shortcut - A small progress box should be displayed and after a few minutes it should read 'Operation Completed Successfully'. 
  • Click OK to close the progress box.

            If User Account Control is set to a high level, you may have to confirm your permission for the program to run.

The hasp driver is now installed.

Note:     You must have administrator permissions to perform the above task.

If for any reason any of the above tasks fail, then you should change the User Account Control (UAC) settings.

To do this type UAC in the Start menu search bar and choose "Change User Account Control". Change the slider to the lowest level.

Also set the Privilege level by right clicking the shortcut and from the Compatibility tab tick the  'Run as Administrator' tick box, and retry.

 

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