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Windows 7: Biometric device help

21 Dec 2009   #1
nurfedui

Windows 7
 
 
[SOLVED]Biometric device help

Hi I have a Authentec AES2501A fingerprint reader built-in on my laptop. My laptop came with Vista but I upgraded to Windows 7. Went to download the Beta driver on Authentec and all. My problem is, everytime I swipe for login, this message pops up "Your Fingerprints have not been enrolled for authentication". I don't understand how to. I am given little choice in the biometric settings, its just Turn on/off biometric devices. Pls help.


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21 Dec 2009   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by nurfedui View Post
Hi I have a Authentec AES2501A fingerprint reader built-in on my laptop. My laptop came with Vista but I upgraded to Windows 7. Went to download the Beta driver on Authentec and all. My problem is, everytime I swipe for login, this message pops up "Your Fingerprints have not been enrolled for authentication". I don't understand how to. I am given little choice in the biometric settings, its just Turn on/off biometric devices. Pls help.
I suspect you are going to have to go to the authentic site. Did you have to so something like that when you first started using it in vista?


Ken
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21 Dec 2009   #3
nurfedui

Windows 7
 
 

Actually, it was working well in Vista, A couple of months ago, the reader used to work in Windows 7, but then it stopped so I was wondering if someone knew a solution. Its just the message it keeps telling me thats bothering me. Im wondering if there is something I got to do to authenticate fingerprints which should be already authenticated.
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22 Dec 2009   #4
nurfedui

Windows 7
 
 

Well, Im just gnna post this to let others know how to fix this problem.
I just replaced the fingerprint management from Truesuite 2.0 to Upek's Protector Suite 2009. After installation, just go to the program and go to Settings>Windows Logon and check out "Use advanced fingerprint logon features & Allow to bypass logon using Windows password". Then thats it.
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08 Jun 2010   #5
infomike

win 7
 
 

Hey,

You could try this article which I found useful during setup: Enable Logon Using Biometric Fingerprint Reader in Windows 7 x86 & x64

Hope it helps,
Mike

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by nurfedui View Post
Hi I have a Authentec AES2501A fingerprint reader built-in on my laptop. My laptop came with Vista but I upgraded to Windows 7. Went to download the Beta driver on Authentec and all. My problem is, everytime I swipe for login, this message pops up "Your Fingerprints have not been enrolled for authentication". I don't understand how to. I am given little choice in the biometric settings, its just Turn on/off biometric devices. Pls help.
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