The computer blue screens then automatically reboots. I ran into this with Leather factory, found this answer on teh web and worked.

First, restart you computer.
After it boots up, right-click on “My Computer”.
Then go to “Properties”.
Then go to “Harware” tab.
Click on the “Device Manager”.
Under the “View” menu, select “Show hidden devices”.
Next, expand the “Non-Plug and Play Drivers” by double-clicking on it.
There should be a device called “Hardlock” under the “Non-Plug and Play Drviers”,
right-click on it, and go to “Properties”.
Under the Hardlock Properties, go to the “Driver” tab.
Change the startup type to “Disabled”.
Click “OK”.
Restart your computer.
Download the file.
Unzip and extract the hinstall.exe and the haspds_windows.dll file to the same folder.
Remove the previous version of the HASP Device Driver by doing the following:

Click on Start.
Scroll up to Run.
type cmdgo tp path where the hasp driver is
type hinstall.exe -r
type hinstall.exe -i

If it states that the Installation completed successfully, then try running your software with your HASP device attached to the computer.