Tools and Utilities
System tools and utilities
The tools and utilities listed below are provided to assist you with installation and support issues, updating drivers, and other support-related activities.
|HASPUSERSETUP||USB security key device driver GUI installer, version 8.31, 14 December 2021||24.6 Mb|
|HASPDINST||USB security key device driver command-line installer, version 8.31, 14 December 2021||25.3 Mb|
|VS2017 runtime||Microsoft installer for C/C++ runtime files, required to support applications built with Visual Studio 2017 (Easy-PC V22 onwards). These should be installed automatically when you install Easy-PC but on a few systems we have found that uninstalling other software mistakenly removes some of these runtime files.||14.8 Mb|
|VS2010 runtime||Microsoft installer for C/C++ runtime files, required to support applications built with Visual Studio 2010 (Easy-PC V21 and earlier)||4.9 Mb|
|MSVC80 runtime||MSVC80 side-by-side assembly files from Microsoft. Unzip this file into your C:\Windows\WinSxs folder, if you are prompted to Merge with existing folders then say Yes. These files are rarely needed, but on a few systems we have found that they are required to allow the Advanced Router to run.||586 Kb|
|HASPID||Diagnostic tool for examining HASP hardware security key settings (place in Easy-PC program folder)||26 Kb|
Trouble-shooting HASP security key installation
If you find that the HASP driver is not installed or cannot be accessed, you may need to fully remove the current driver files and install them from fresh. You can do this as follows:
- Open a Windows file explorer and browse to your Easy-PC program folder, or the folder where you have placed a freshly downloaded copy of the command-line HASPDINST.EXE installer.
- In the address bar of Explorer, replace the current contents with the single word "cmd" without the quotes and press Enter. This should open a command prompt window, set to the required folder.
- Remove the USB key from your computer.
Now type the following three commands in turn and press Enter after each one:
haspdinst -r -fr haspdinst -purge haspdinst -i -ld
- Reboot your computer and re-insert the USB key, you should now find that it works as expected.