Unable to start driver API library (2)

New user here (no previous installs). Upon launching the program it fails to connect to the local server
(apologies for broken links, new user limitation prevents functional ones)

It then states the GlassWire service stopped running

Attempting to manually run the GlassWire Control Service results in this error

Which also outputs the following to the log file when using log_level_file=-1
09:05:56.0 [EVENT] Service initialization. Version 2.1.158
09:05:56.1 [EVENT] Log configuration file loaded: C:\ProgramData\Glasswire\service\log.conf
09:05:56.2 [EVENT] Loading configuration.
09:05:56.3 [EVENT] Main configuration file loaded: C:\ProgramData\Glasswire\service\glasswire.conf
09:05:56.4 [EVENT] Database storage path C:\ProgramData\Glasswire\service\glasswire.db
09:05:56.5 [EVENT] GeoIP storage path C:\ProgramData\Glasswire\service\GeoLite2.mmdb
09:05:56.6 [EVENT] Type storage path C:\ProgramData\Glasswire\service\storage.db
09:05:56.7 [EVENT] Configuration loading done.
09:05:56.8 [EVENT] Loading main storage: C:\ProgramData\Glasswire\service\glasswire.db
09:05:56.9 [ERROR] Unable to start driver API library (2)
09:05:56.10 [ERROR] Libraries initialization failed
09:05:56.11 [EVENT] Service shut down.
09:05:56.12 [ERROR] Service startup failed

Have attempted uninstall (add/remove programs) and rebooting, then selecting the clean install option upon installing again.

Please check to see if the following Windows services are running in the Windows task manager:

WlanSvc (WLan AutoConfig)
BFE (Base Filtering Engine)
EventLog (Windows Event Log)

Methods to fix-
Method 1. Reboot Your Computer
Method 2. Run the Hardware and Devices Troubleshooter
Method 3. Undo the Recent Changes on the Device Driver
Method 4. Update the Drivers for this Device
Method 5. Perform a Windows Update
Method 6. Manually Fix Corrupted Registry Entries
Method 7. Disable and Re-enable the USB Controller
Method 8. Try an Older Driver Version
Method 9. Use a Powered USB Hub
Method 10. Replace the Faulty Device
Method 11. Perform System Restore
Method 12. Perform a Clean Install of Windows
Method 13. Ask a Professional Expert for Help

This may help you,
Rachel Gomez