I then removed the biometric coprocessor from the device manager and told it to also uninstall any drivers. It finished but the Lenovo Fingerprint Manager is still in the system. Any one got some comparisons? The “Set up” button for Windows Hello is grey off So, question is how to fix this? The interesting thing is that before I reinstalled, I was able to power on the machine from fingerprint in Windows 10 two or three times at random, all times after the laptop had not been used for hours.
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Ran Norton Removal Tool on Win7 before upgrade to Win10 – Interestingly Norton Removal Biiometric knocked out the fingerprint reader driver under Win7 so used Control Panel Device Manager to uninstall driver which prompted an automatic reinstall of the driver a further reboot and Win7 fingerprint power on and log in was back to normal – had NOT yet uninstalled Lenovo fingerprint software at that point – am pretty sure NRT knocked out the fingerprint reader once before on Win7 a couple of years ago.
I have uninstalled Lenovo Fingerprint Pro Manager by following the step as adviced by this article 2.
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This software is not supported on Value Line desktops or Value Line notebooks with integrated fingerprint reader. Maybe I’ll even test it out on my old T60, or T41, or T If I’m able to power-on the laptop with my fingerprint, the next time I need to power-on my machine after a shutdown the power-on fingerprint support will not work the sensor stays green and does not recognize my fingerand I’d have to wait until the logon screen to scan my finger I would get a Windows Hello message then.
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Something is not right within Windows Of course the “older sensor” was supported in Windows 8.
Biometric Coprocessor driver free download for windows – LENOVO – ThinkPad T60 (B72)
I can go into setup a fingerprint and get stuck on the “swipe your finger” because it just will not sense a finger. If anyone wants to know how to make the fingerprint reader work for ANY T4xx with the power-on, hard bimetric, and login passwords – in 3 steps – let me know. I can scan any of my fingers to log into my. In my case, it helped to get it back working.
Follow the on-screen prompts to create your PIN. Tried to install the one you provided but got the same message like last time.
Before upgrading to Windows 10, you need to make sure you know your Windows password. Update – Installing four more fingerprints knocked out fingerprint power on yet again but Biometirc 10 logon still fine – Fingerprint Power on then started working again the next day. Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions.
Click here to Register a free account now! The “Set up” button for Windows Hello is grey off So, question is how to fix this? Funny thing is, in my prior install of Windows 7 I was able to get it to work just fine using Lenovo’s software. Please let me know which model of ThinkPad you own.
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I have a Lenovo Thinkpad R61i. Only the logged on user can unlock the computer. This post gives some background information which could penovo you fix intermittent power on by fingerprint problems.
Community Forum Software by IP. Retrying Lenovo r61 biometric coprocessor driver. Also, reset the internal finger print data in BIOS and check.
I am using Windows XP Sp 3. And it suggested that there was a CD that came with this coprocssor for the drivers, the finger print reader being one of these. I haven’t personally tried it. This page was last modified on 6 Mayat Since the notebook is brandnew I didn’t have Win 7 or 8 on it before for testing the FP reader, but the driver installed without any issues — so it’s maybe not a hardware problem.
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