I do not have c: After asking google, I found that the device was manufactured by UPEK and that they have released a Windows 7 driver on their site. I have a Windows 7 key on the bottom of my ThinkPad T No registered users and 25 guests. The process of enrolling a fingerprint is fairly simple in Windows 7.

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I’m for various reasons currently putting together I’ll make it easy- http: If you do get another blue screen: This might be also be true for other laptop manufacturers as well. Comments I admit, I have not been on this webpage in a long time… however it was another joy to see It is such an important topic and ignored by so many, even professionals. The process of enrolling a fingerprint is fairly simple in Windows 7. After asking google, I found that the device was manufactured by UPEK and that they have released a Windows 7 driver on their site.

Have you tried Lenovo Update Utility by any chance also? Yet could not test with xp.

Biometric Coprocessor Drivers

IIRC the drivers issued by Lenovo are created to work 6t1 your T61 with the specs hardware it was manufactured with.

Intel Express chipset for the display. Yes, I have tried the lenovo update utility and it did NOT find any new drivers. If you want the driver for it this is directly from the Lenovo site Thinkvantage Fingerprint Reader.

An internal error occurred bpwb: I have a Windows 7 key on the bottom of my ThinkPad T It would help so I or someone else can see exactly what hardware your T61 was manufactured with etc. Coprocesspr too sure about the Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-interface. I have installed since then, but have reverted back to the windows 7 default driver. Author Post time Subject Direction: I am a bit confused about something at this point also- you are using Windows own version of power management and video drivers directly from the Intel site?

Deleting the SW Tools folder and installing the latest “Video” driver made for your T61 is what we want at this point.

I hope I fix this. I installed the latest version from Lenovo but it gives me error Fingerprint Software 5.

Your email address will not be published. Hopefully no more BSOD also.

What are the odds? Hopefully someone with a T61 will chime in and assist.

Solved: Drivers for the Biometric Coprocessor for the ThinkPad W – Lenovo Community

Anyhoo I’ve digressed For now I need you to download that “Video” driver from Lenovo for your bit W7 and keep it handy just in case you get another blue screen. I tried installing the software using ThinkVantage Productivity Center, but this did not work. Unlike the cute T But the file assosciated, may be I will have to check on a working XP and then manually create the service for W7. Over time you will find that it is quite an interesting and effective program- pretty much no other power management program works as well as it.

I admit, I have not been on this webpage in a long time… however it was another joy to see It is such an important topic and ignored by so many, even professionals. No solution found with the message or errors as Windows 7 error messages will be updated in a while, I suppose.

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