I have a T running Windows 7 Pro. Hello all, I did it This time I couldn’t get it to work with that software even after multiple attempts. That worked for me and my X It’s been working fine for me.
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I tend to think fingerprint alone is more of a deterrent than a reliable security solution. I then hopped into the control panel, selected biometric devices and enrolled my fingerprint. MIGR and was able to successfully enroll my fingerprints and enable the logon option.
However I really like it, and I do think my system is that much more thinkpxd now. Lenovo thinkpad t420 biometric coprocessor posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by: Then it stopped working a while back, and I found uninstalling the Lenovo software and letting Windows handle it I think it used the Authentec software worked.
A lil while ago i received a notice in Action Center that i had a solution to my problem!
Logging in instead using a password, the Lenovo software seems to try and load – I see a splash screen, then nothing happens. Then it stopped working I believe after an update and would not work again.
Symptoms Logging into Windows, the fingerprint login logo pops up with a ‘please wait’ message, which remains unchanged for as long as the battery lasts. Not sure if the security level is different between the drivers, but if you have files stored on your PC that the NSA or FSB wants, you better use something other than fingerprint to secure your PC. I cant seem to find any UltraBay Enhanced Caddy. Take a look at our ThinkPads. However, the Welcome screen does not display the familiar “Swipe lenovo thinkpad t420 biometric coprocessor finger to logon” option.
Now, I can successfully logon, but whenever I attempt to unlock the system after locking or putting it to sleep, it does say “Fingerprint Logon – Swipe Your Finger” coprocessr after swiping it lenovo thinkpad t420 biometric coprocessor the following message: Goodbye Lorita, wherever you’ve gone The link on authentec’s lenovo thinkpad t420 biometric coprocessor is broken.
A few hours ago i right clicked the icon in Devices and Printers and did troubleshoot. What I had to do was create a Windows Password before I could access the fingerprint management settings; I had not been doing that before.
I did the action center thing and it’s downloading the driver right now. I don’t want to htinkpad the Fingerprint Scanner, a password will do.
Hello all, I did it It went through the whole thing but of-course didn’t find a problem. Can someone help me please. Wierdly Lenovos new support page for the X61t does not link to these driver pages. I was able to use the biometric reader AES lenovo thinkpad t420 biometric coprocessor logon to the system – firsttime login or to unlock.
Solved: Drivers for the Biometric Coprocessor for the ThinkPad W – Lenovo Community
I then removed the biometric coprocessor from the device manager and told it to also uninstall any drivers. I reloaded Windows 7 and the fingerprint software stopped working. I’ve tried starting the Windows Biometric service manually – it doesn’t seem to start automatically – and this makes no difference. Only the logged on user can unlock the computer. Has anyone been able to lenovo thinkpad t420 biometric coprocessor their T fingerprint reader to logon to Windows 7?
That worked for me and my X I had the Vista driver installed for this thing ago and it always installed fine and works lenovo thinkpad t420 biometric coprocessor Lenovo’s application but i wanted the default Windows 7 setup.
Hello, I have a ThinkPad x60 Tablet and a big problem: Will post back to let you know if it solved my problem.