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HASP Key Device Driver - HDD32.EXE

The HASP Device Driver interfaces between HASP-protected applications and the HASP key. In other words, protected applications communicate with the HASP key through the HASP Device Driver. The HASP device driver is also required for the Customer.exe and HaspCheck.exe programs.

HASP device drivers are installed in one of three ways. By running LMSetup to install a HASP License Manager. By running the Hinstall.exe, command line installer. By running the HDD32.exe graphic mode installer. The following descriptions are of the HDD32 graphic mode driver installation.

For GTX software licenses distributed from a HASP License Manager, the license managing computer is the only machine in need of an installed device driver. For single user HASP keys, any machine which is connected to the key requires an installed device driver.

Note: To install the HASP Device Driver under Windows 2000/XP/2003, you need administrator privileges.

To install or update the HASP Device Driver to a PC you may manually run the HDD32.EXE program. The program is available from the GTX CD in the HASP\Driver folder, and from the License subfolder of an installed Image CAD or Raster CAD program. For HDD32.exe files which are older than January 2007, obtain a newer version from   Aladdin's website at The downloadable file is named

The following images display each step in the HDD32 HASP driver installation process.


HASP Key Device Driver - HINSTALL.EXE

Aladdin Knowledge Systems periodically updates their device driver installation software to accommodate new Windows operating systems and Service Packs. GTX recommends the following HASP device driver installation technique for Windows 2003, or for any situation of device driver installation difficulty. GTX includes HASP drivers on it's product CD in a HASP\Driver folder. There, will be found the Hinstall.exe command line driver installation program.

Note: For Hinstall.exe files which are older than December 2006, obtain a newer version from   Aladdin's website at The downloadable file is named


HASP Device Driver Installation

As a command line program, Hinstall.exe may be run either, in a command window, or from Windows Start>Run. If a previous driver installation had been unsuccessfully attempted, or if the driver is being updated to a newer version, run Hinstall with a -r (remove) argument. If the path to the Hinstall file, shown in the Open line of the Run utility, includes double quotes, any arguments should follow the double quote, such as;

  "C:\Program Files\GTX\Raster CAD\License\Hinstall.exe" -r

A completed driver removal will be followed by a confirming message.

For installation of a driver, using Hinstall.exe, the arguments -i -alldrv should be applied. Successful completion will be followed by the message shown above. That completes the HASP driver installation.

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