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How to fix HASPHL 2010 error 1068 when using a dongle emulator
HASPHL 2010 is a tool that allows you to dump and emulate HASP HL dongles, which are used for software protection. However, some users may encounter an error 1068 when trying to start the emulator service. This error means that the dependency service or group failed to start.
In this article, we will show you how to fix this error and use HASPHL 2010 successfully. Here are the steps:
Make sure you have the latest version of HASPHL 2010 and the correct drivers for your dongle. You can download them from here [^4^] or from other sources.
Plug in your dongle and run the protected application. Play around with it for a while.
Use a HASP monitor, such as \"Toro Aladdin Dongles Monitor.exe\", to get the two passwords needed to dump your dongle (PW1 and PW2).
Use those passwords to dump your dongle, using h5dmp or h6dmp. Try both. One should work.
With the dmp file at hand, use one of the two included REG file generators. Use HASPHL_MULTIKEY.exe to create Multikey Emulator compatible REG file...or...use UniDumpToReg.exe to create VUSBBUS compatible REG files...is up to you to choose any of them.
Once the reg file is generated, you do not need the dmp file anymore. Double click on the reg file to add it to Windows registry.
Install the emulator either Multikey or Vusbbus, depending on which type of reg file you created previously. It will detect the reg file you just loaded and will install drivers. To install the emulator, just run \"install.bat\" for Vubbus or \"install.cmd\" for Multikey...Windows will do the rest..reboot if asked.
Remove your dongle from USB port...actually you can now trash your dongle away or keep it safe in original box.... open the protected application...it will work like if real dongle is connected.
If you follow these steps correctly, you should be able to fix HASPHL 2010 error 1068 and use your dongle emulator without any problems. However, if you still encounter any issues, you can check out some online forums for more help, such as this one [^1^] or this one [^5^]. You can also contact us for professional assistance.
We hope this article was helpful and informative. Thank you for reading!
A dongle is a small device that plugs into a computer's USB port and acts as a hardware key for a software application. Dongles are used to prevent software piracy and unauthorized copying by verifying that the user has a valid license. Dongles can also store some data or perform some functions related to the software.
However, dongles can also have some disadvantages. They can be lost, stolen, damaged, or incompatible with some systems. They can also be inconvenient to carry around or plug in every time you want to use the software. That's why some users may prefer to use a dongle emulator instead.
A dongle emulator is a software that mimics the behavior of a dongle and allows the user to run the protected application without the physical device. A dongle emulator can be created by dumping the data from the original dongle and creating a virtual device that responds to the same queries. A dongle emulator can also offer some benefits, such as backup, portability, compatibility, and customization.
However, dongle emulation is not always legal or ethical. It may violate the terms and conditions of the software license agreement and infringe the intellectual property rights of the software developer. It may also expose the user to malware or viruses that may be hidden in the emulator. Therefore, we do not recommend or endorse using a dongle emulator for any illegal or unethical purposes. 061ffe29dd