LENOVO T400 FINGERPRINT READER DRIVER DETAILS:
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|Supported systems:||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows XP 64-bit, Mac OS X, Mac OS X 10.4, Mac OS X 10.5|
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LENOVO T400 FINGERPRINT READER DRIVER
The finger-print reader is handy, but the there is an annoying delay right after the Windows log-on screen appears while it says "please wait to swipe your finger While I don't have much experience with the Thinkpad fingerprint readers, I have used them on HP laptops and I suspect that from a hardware point of view they're very lenovo t400 fingerprint reader. They do sometimes lenovo t400 fingerprint reader to recognize the finger, requiring a 2nd swipe, and generally this is due to not swiping enough of the fingerprint or possibly being off-center.
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I originally thought the lenovo t400 fingerprint reader were gimmicks too but what turned me on to them was that, depending on the software, you can use the reader for web site authentication, Outlook logon, etc. If it was just for the daily Windows logon I wouldn't be as interested.
Here is a guide for you on how to setup Windows 7 Biometric Devices I'm sure that will help you out. It worked nicely on Windows 7. This post gives some background information which could help you fix intermittent power on by fingerprint problems. Win10 upgrade went smoothly but Win10 got stuck at last "Let's start" screen with a buzz from the speakers Keyboard Volume control varied buzz - Ethernet port lights constantly flashing - still stuck after an hour of no progress at same screen also still buzzing so rebooted then Win10 was up and running as an lenovo t400 fingerprint reader installation but had to manually set date format and language localizations - will clean install Win10 in a couple of months - this was just to secure the free Win10 licence with free DVD playback application.
Found that Win 10 will happily talk to AuthenTec fingerprint reader using the carried over Win7 fingerprint reader driver ver1. Ran Norton Removal Tool on Win7 before upgrade to Win10 - Interestingly Norton Removal Tool knocked out the fingerprint reader driver under Win7 so used Control Panel Device Manager to uninstall driver which prompted an automatic reinstall of the lenovo t400 fingerprint reader 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.
lenovo t400 fingerprint reader 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 lenovo t400 fingerprint reader 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! Incredibly the reinstall Norton nagging still continued after the manual Norton directory deletions!
How to Setup the Fingerprint Reader on Lenovo Laptops
Yesterday I found that I could alter the behaviour of the fingerprint reader by switching off its lights from within Win10 so instead of showing a unresponsive steady green LED when the laptop was powered off there would be no lights at all on the fingerprint reader - also lenovo t400 fingerprint reader the remaining checkbox to always show power options in Lenovo Fingerprint reader software but lenovo t400 fingerprint reader of that made fingerprint power on happen. AND tried out the pen to write onscreen also using the screen rotation buttons while converting into a Tablet BUT what seemed to get it working again was getting the Bluetooth light to go out and suddenly Power on by Fingerprint once again works!
Now Bluetooth has turned itself back on!
Is this a conflict lenovo t400 fingerprint reader the USB? Or is this just the usual problems from NOT doing a clean Windows installation but an Upgrade instead - this laptop still plays Win7 boot tones while booting Win10 - I thought Win10 was meant to boot in silence?
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Update - Installing four more fingerprints knocked out fingerprint power on yet again but Win 10 logon still fine - Fingerprint Power on then started working again the next day. My fingerprint reader has been working just fine up until this morning, when it just suddenly stopped sensing a print. I can go into setup a fingerprint and get stuck on the "swipe your finger" because it just will not sense a finger. Not lenovo t400 fingerprint reader lock screen, not on setup, nowhere.
Deleting the fingerprint device from Device Manager, and restarting the laptop seemed to help. If your reader isn't listed then google the ID number.
Mine wasn't listed but I managed to find a patch for fprintd. Click the download button now and set up this feature on your system.
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Not without a heck of a lot of internet searching. I've been at this since around 9 this morning.
I deleted the device driver and re-booted the machine. Product Key Features Compatible Model. Due to the high volume of feedback, we are unable to respond to individual comments.
Sorry, but we can't respond to individual comments.Solved: I recently purchsed a T 11U with fingerprint reader (Authen Tec AES) running lenovo t400 fingerprint reader 7 - 32bit. The fingerprint reader. This package installs the Synaptics fingerprint driver to enable the Synaptics( Validity) VFS Note: Synaptics Metallica driver supports Single-Sign-On for.