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  1. Posts : 4
    Windows 7 Beta
       #21

    PhreePhly said:
    I posted this a while back:

    "If you have a fingerprint scanner and are testing the AuthenTec Biometric driver, be aware that their software actually logs your Windows password in plaintext!

    You can find the log in

    C:\Program Files\WIN7TS\logging\TrueSuite.EnumWindowsUses.log
    Nope, don't have this file, nor a logging folder inside WIN7TS for that matter. If the file you say does exist, judging by the names of the app files, it should be named C:\Program Files\WIN7TS\logging\TrueSuite.EnumWindowsUsers.log (Users not Uses).

    Maybe they remedied this in the newest version available for download? (I only installed it a week ago.)

    Indeed, the logging configuration says that the log files should end in .txt now - if you're still experiencing the issue, just modify AverIDLog.config and change minLevel to equal Fatal. That means only errors that kill the TrueSuiteApplication get logged.
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  2. Posts : 351
    Windows 7 x64 (RTM via MSDN)
       #22

    samuel337 said:
    Nope, don't have this file, nor a logging folder inside WIN7TS for that matter. If the file you say does exist, judging by the names of the app files, it should be named C:\Program Files\WIN7TS\logging\TrueSuite.EnumWindowsUsers.log (Users not Uses).

    Maybe they remedied this in the newest version available for download? (I only installed it a week ago.)

    Indeed, the logging configuration says that the log files should end in .txt now - if you're still experiencing the issue, just modify AverIDLog.config and change minLevel to equal Fatal. That means only errors that kill the TrueSuiteApplication get logged.
    Nope, the file name is .../../TrueSuite.EnumWindowsUses.log. I installed this back in January, so they might have changed it. I haven't updated the software since then. I'll check out the latest version.

    PhreePhly
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  3. Posts : 3
    windows7
       #23

    the folder is there but nothing is inside. I think it was removed when I uninstalled and tried to reinstall.
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  4. Posts : 1
    windows 7
       #24

    Hi,

    I search to download a driver for authentec 2810 drivers for Windows 7 64bit.
    Links from this post dont work.

    Thanks for link
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  5. Posts : 1
    2008 - Vista - 7 RC1
       #25

    samuel337 said:
    For those who are getting the "Set-up Failure!" error, try running TrueSuiteApplication from C:\Program Files\WIN7TS. Set up your fingerprints there - it's the same user interface as what you'd get going through Control Panel -> Hardware and Sound -> Biometric Devices.

    Somehow, by using that and even going through the Control Panel after I did that, I don't get the "Set-up Failure!" error anymore. Might just have been a fluke, so it would be nice if some of you can try it out and see if it works.

    BTW, this is on a HP tx2522AU tablet.
    I am getting this error and tried this, but unfortunately it does not work. I've tried a few combinations of uninstalls/reinstalls, reboots, etc. to no avail.

    Anyone have any other ideas on how to clear this error up?

    I am using an Asus F3Sv-B1 laptop which has the AES1610 reader.

    Thanks in advance for your replies.
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  6. Posts : 1
    w7
       #26

    "Setup failure" solution


    Kamokazi said:
    I am getting this error and tried this, but unfortunately it does not work. I've tried a few combinations of uninstalls/reinstalls, reboots, etc. to no avail.

    Anyone have any other ideas on how to clear this error up?

    I am using an Asus F3Sv-B1 laptop which has the AES1610 reader.

    Thanks in advance for your replies.
    The advice "try running TrueSuiteApplication from C:\Program Files\WIN7TS" worked for me on an HP 8710P running Windows 7 RC 7100, although I haven't a clue which part of the following accounted for the result. For public amusement, here's the steps that worked for me. 1) created an empty folder called WIN7TS in C:\Program Files; 2) used uniextractor (legroom.net) to unzip the beta install file ( W7Wbf64.exe ) obtained from win7beta.authentec.com - / into that folder; 3) then ran the setup.exe from there. Afterward, I could enrol prints successfully. The copy of the WIN7TS install file I obtained from win7beta.authentec.com was dated Tuesday, April 7th. I confess that running the setup file from any location at all, even from across the street at my Aunt Mildred's house, would probably have produced the same result.
    Last edited by booger; 11 May 2009 at 23:39. Reason: update
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  7. Posts : 2
    Win7 64
       #27

    Registry keys does not work for me


    Hello,

    i set the registry value for the described registry key - but it does not work for me.
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  8. Posts : 2
    Win7 64
       #28

    Hello,

    i set the registry value for the described registry key - but it does not work for me.
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  9. Posts : 11,840
    64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro
       #29

    Holy Highjacking double post batman!
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  10. Posts : 1
    XP and Windows 7
       #30

    Hi all, I have the same problem with my Fujitsu notebook too, the finger print show set-up failture when I want to creat my own profile, but there is a clue that it's work like a charm when I creat a new user and set up under the new user account, no matter administrator or guest, I have no idea why, I hope someone can find the solution or debug soon
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