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”.
Restart your computer.
Download the HASP4_driver_cmdline.zip 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.