Absolutely could not get power on by fingerprint working yesterday using the earlier info in this post – still not working this morning – deleted Norton directories and files to stop the already removed Norton nagging to reinstall and switched off – tried my fingerprint again to power on and it suddenly worked for the first time ever meaning Power On and then Win10 logon with just one swipe of the finger! Well I did upgrade my T to Windows 10 64bit lastest version and everything worked including starting from, logging in via the finger print scan. It includes the driver that works on Win Click “Yes” at the prompt about “Are you sure? For the laptop systems with Synaptics fingerprint, it is the same driver for all the different PIDs. KB multiple problems on Ts. How can I restore back the Fingerprint support in Windows 10?
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Click “Yes” at the prompt about “Are you sure? My initial issues on all this was to get LastPass fingerprint scanning to work again. Windows 7 Pro 64 preinstalled through downgrade rights in Windows 8.
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I already have my FIngerprint Manager Pro uninstalled. What’s the relationship between a driver of any particular version and the PID number?
What system are you using? I think the software update essentially did the same thing – the device was reinitialized and started working. Do you have any suggestions on how to have it work the same way it did in Windows 8.
This is not working in Windows No need for anything else. I think my computer would fall into the “Note about T and Earlier” section, but the ThinkVantage Fingerprint Software would not detect my Authentic reader. I think i going to upgrade my T, or buy a T I7 to have this fonction You can manually fix it yourself by modifying the registry. I have tried step 18 but nothing change. The “Set up” button for Windows Hello lenovo thinkpad t420 biometric coprocessor grey off So, question is how to fix this?
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Is this a conflict between the USB? Clicking the later does nothing and only the pin gets me in now. If you still need help, post a screenshot of what you see at those steps. Change to the Security page, and then select the Fingerprint item 4.
More evidence Win10 is a pain. Yesterday I found that I could alter the behaviour of the fingerprint reader by switching lenovo thinkpad t420 biometric coprocessor its lights from within Win10 so instead of showing a unresponsive steady green LED when the tyinkpad was powered off there would be no lights at all on the fingerprint reader – also ticked the remaining checkbox to always show power options in Lenovo Fingerprint reader software but none of that made fingerprint power on happen.
Because it can enroll my fingerprint for my BIOS supervisor password also. I hope this was helpful. But now, I can’t use my fingerprint to configure my BIOS as replacement for supervisor password after resetting fingerprint data.
Before upgrading to Windows 10, you lenovo thinkpad t420 biometric coprocessor to make sure you know your Windows password. It can be downloaded here: Absolutely could not get power on coorocessor fingerprint working yesterday using the earlier info in this post – still not working this morning – deleted Norton directories and files to stop the already removed Norton nagging to reinstall and switched off – tried my fingerprint again to power on and it suddenly worked for the first time ever meaning Power On and then Win10 logon with just one swipe lenovo thinkpad t420 biometric coprocessor the finger!
Incidentally, I also tried a system restore — that didn’t work either,: 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. This helped me too. And to answer your question kokmeng fingerprint is greyed out because you haven’t set a pin. What should I do next?
It takes two lenovo thinkpad t420 biometric coprocessor to start working. T – Choose to drain external battery first [Feature Request].
Register Sign In Help. What worked for me was to uninstall all of the Lenovo software that I had from Windows 7 as the initial steps indicate. It does not have anything inside it that is lenovo thinkpad t420 biometric coprocessor just for Dell machines