I’ve tried starting the Windows Biometric service manually – it doesn’t seem to start automatically – and this makes no difference. I then removed the biometric coprocessor from the device manager and told it to also uninstall any drivers. I do have finger print reader on the computer but it has not worked like the ones on the other IBM T43’s that I have. The hardware is recognised and Windows reports it as working fine. Select Search for the best driver in these locations.
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I’ve tried installing the chipset first, but still no joy with drivers?
T42 Other devices Driver Problems
And also even with my exact model number it describes my system incorrectly in the little blurb, and it offers thinkad many drivers that I might need for one T42 but not mine, not the one I have submitted to them.
Biometirc reloaded Windows 7 and the fingerprint software stopped working. Wierdly Lenovos new support page for the X61t does not link ibm thinkpad t42 biometric coprocessor these driver pages. 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” and after swiping it returns the following message: Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links.
Other benefits of registering an account ibm thinkpad t42 biometric coprocessor subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. I uninstalled the Lenovo fingerprint software. I then go to device mananger and under Other Devices I have a yellow question mark next to Cpprocessor Coprocessor.
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I can see that there is a world of support there but cannot quite figure ibm thinkpad t42 biometric coprocessor how to use it. But things are running fine without it? I had the Vista driver installed for this thing ago and it always installed fine and works with Lenovo’s application but i wanted the default Windows 7 setup.
If you prefer installing manually, then the drivers can be found here: Like I say thanks for your input on this. Board index All times are UTC Comments I admit, I have not been on ibm thinkpad t42 biometric coprocessor webpage in a long time… however it was another biometroc ibm thinkpad t42 biometric coprocessor see It is such an important topic and ignored by so many, even professionals. Rich Thanks for the help, seems I’m sorted now managed to get back online and from there it was easy to up-load the missing drivers.
Will I be docked for my break time?
I let a friend of mine borrow it and now this is what I have! Looking over the readme, a WHQL certified signed driver is included in the software package.
I then told it to scan for hardware changers. No I did dot get a restore CD with the computer. Select Search for the best driver in these locations.
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I do have another problem and I know this is not the catagory to post it in but I am going to anyway. Below is the system information from the Lenovo website for the T42 K1G model. I can’t believe I ate the whole thing!
Does the Ibm thinkpad t42 biometric coprocessor Update driver give you any configurable options?
It went through the whole thing but of-course didn’t find a problem. I’ve forgotten my password.
In the beginning there was the command line. I have installed and uninstalled and re-installed the latest Lenovo software and driver.
Unanswered topics Active topics. Only one missing now is the Biometric one, not sure what that does or how important it is? Thank you for all of your help!!!