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If you have 3D software, it doesn't work with Vista, it works only with XP operating system. See http://www.secretsof.com/wp/?p=610 Instead of particioning the drive as this article suggests, I thin a far easier solution is to buy a used/rebuilt computer with an XP operating system from a shop that specializes in this ($100-150) and dedicate it to the sewing machine.
HASP or security device dongles were used on earlier Artista software. If your machine still has a parallel port and the HASP devie is on the connector then you probably upgraded windows over time. There is a XP device driver fix you may need to install. I recently loaded the ancient Artista software into a modern machine so I know it can be done. Just need to have the proper hardware support.
If all your trying to do is communicate with the machine from the PC then look into an USB to SERIAL converter and use the Artlink software from Bernina (free). Has much of the function that the earlier software did except for limited edit capabilities.
Not sure just what your question is, but go the the Husqvarna website (Global) and find the updates page. There are links there to update your Hasp drivers. This website might also help you: http://www.sewmuch4retirement.com/tips.html