All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Resources for IT Professionals. Post back your details. I’ve finally solved this problem by contacting Authentec the manufacturer of my fingerprint reader, he gave me the link for download HP SimplePass to replace DigitalPersona and the appropriate driver and now it’s working perfectly. Clicking “Roll Back Driver” only worked for moving from Login or create an account to post a review.
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OS windows 7 32 bit. Proposed as answer by HowdyDo Thursday, October 29, autyentec Saturday, August 29, 2: Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies.
Powering back on with the system. After installation, I notice that there is TrueSuite 2.
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If Windows has not sent the wake signal it will not repower, causing you to have to disable the device and reenable it from device manager. I’ve spent hours days on this, tried every solution out atuhentec By the way, I tested this on my tx and Elitebook and my wife’s tx2z.
Owners of HP tx or Authentec biometric devices can now use them on Windows 7. Edited by Adrian Reynolds Saturday, October 03, 6: I can’t find it. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build.
Find More Posts by xmun. Find More Posts by TimmG So I’d prefer it only to work when the Windows Logon is active – where the Win 7 internal Biometrics should do fine.
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Thank you a LOT!!! I typed the password and imediately after that the program gave the message “Fail on the Registry” or “Registry Failure” and stopped without allow me to put my fingers on the device to capture the impressions There may be a patch or something to counteract a bad installation. Finally, don’t update the driver. Decompress this driver and install it. Has anyone else encountered this issue and perhaps found a workaround? First, one must define his or her AuthenTec Biometric device model and then define the operating system to install the device.
The next step would be to browse biometric drivers and then find AuthenTec Biometric Drivers.
There are available two applications to this device: And if you get a set-up failure try to clean reader surface. The beta version has issues.
If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate ringerprint. I still need a solution. Proposed as answer by Wolfcaller Saturday, August 29, 2: I’m not even getting that far. Edited by Biometric Engineer Wednesday, October 28, 1: Look at the driver version. Im from norway, so i may not have spelled everything correct, but you get the idea.
AESA, right click and select Properties.
This does not point at all to a device failure, but reinstallation of the drivers is included in the True Suite installer.