If you have a HASP error, the first thing you should do is shut down your computer (not a reboot, a total shut down) and restart your computer. Make sure you wait for everything to load properly – most HASP errors are caused because the HASP program has not finished loading before you start Hatch. You can also visit http://www.wilcom.com/Hatch and look under the FAQ section for a fix to the HASP error.
About the Author: Embroidery Legacy
Our family business has been active in the embroidery industry since 1958. We’ve done everything from running two commercial embroidery factories (where we produced more than 10 million pieces of embroidered goods per year) to digitizing logos for dozens of fortune 500 companies (including Coca-Cola, Disney, and yes ironically enough…. even John Deere). Today lead by John Deer, the world’s most awarded digitizer and the last living Schiffli master digitizer still alive teaching in North America, our small business is still family-owned and operated. Through quality education, designs, and software, our mission is to help train the next generation of embroiderers and pass on the embroidery knowledge we’ve acquired over the past several decades.