Other software and hardware

After installing UltraVox, a hardware wizard comes up looking for a USB hardware key driver called hasp4usb113 and it cannot find it.
After installing Ultravox, the hardware key is not recognized.
After putting a USB memory stick into the usb socket next to my dongle (Hasp hardware key) the dongle light goes out and is no longer recognized by the system.
Are USB dongles (hardware keys) compatible with Windows 95?
At which ultrasonic frequencies do rats vocalize?
Can I use EthoVision 2.3 on Windows XP home edition?
Can I use UltraVox for measuring audible or subsonic sound?
Does Noldus Software comply with FDCC regulations?
Does UltraVox run under Windows 7?
Does UltraVox work with Vista?
Error message: Hardware key detected but it is not a valid UltraVox key. Input signals will be simulated during acquisition.
Hasp dongle does not work when connecting an external floppy drive, ZIP drive, printer or other device to it.
How can I decrease radio interference of the bat detector?
How do I contact Noldus support?
How do you define the minimum intensity of a call using UltraVox?
I have The Observer 5.0 and UltraVox installed, yet the UltraVox hardware key is not being recognized by the program.
I upgraded to Windows XP / 2000 and UltraVox tells me it does not recognize the key.
Is it possible to run Noldus software on a Apple (Macintosh) computer (iPad)?
My hardware key (dongle) is no longer recognised by my computer.
My hardware key does not get recognized on Windows 95 and NT systems. [Keywords: dongle, HASP, Wizzkey]
My hardware key does not get recognized under Windows XP SP2
My hardware key is not recognized after I installed a new computer with Windows XP SP2.
The computer only registers sound if it comes from 2 bat detectors at once.
The image on my monitor is flickering.
Time event plots for the different channels do not exactly match their respective labels on the left side of the screen. [Keyword: font]