How to fix Hamachi “Failed to connect to engine”
With Hamachi you can play together locally, even if you are not local. That sounds weird, but it’s true! Hamachi allows you to build a virtual local network across the internet, so that games think you are actually on the same network. but there is a quite common error “Failed to connect to engine“. This prevents proper execution. With the right settings, however, the problem is quickly fixed, so we’ll show you where to look.
You can do that in case of an error in Hamachi:
In case of Hamachi problems, it can indeed quickly pay off to consult the Internet. Since the errors often have to do with the network settings and the operating system, inexperienced users quickly reach their limits. This is also the reason why we want to offer corresponding tutorials about Hamachi from time to time. This is how we want to quickly provide clarity!
- Open LogmeIn Hamachi
- Go to Start and enter “Run” there
- Type “services.msc
- Change to the “Standard” tab at the bottom of the screen
- Find the item LogMeIn Hamachi
- Right click on it and select “Start”
- Now you can start LogMeIn Hamachi normally
With a fairly simple input and a few clicks, the problem can be solved. We hope that the tutorial helped you and that you can now play with your friends locally over the Internet. Still sounds weird, but it still is! Have fun!
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