What worked for me was uninstalling the device from Device Manager with the “delete driver software for this device” checked. Thursday, February 27, 5: Open up Services don’t know how? Hope this helps some of you out there! Just type it in the Windows search in the start menu and look for the service named “Secondary Logon.
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Friday, October 23, 8: The first page has a link to launch this missing Biometric Devices control panel.
Monday, Coprrocessor 31, Wednesday, September 05, Open up Services don’t know how? It would be nice if someone from either Microsoft or Dell would comment on the capability of this driver, if it is actually supposed to do what the previous article alluded to. Saturday, September 08, 4: Hi I tried everything but unfortunately nothing worked.
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The reader appears to be recognized correctly as a biometric device, but Windows 7 nonetheless refuses to provide the Biometric Devices Control Panel applet. Friday, October 30, 6: Wednesday, November 18, 6: In it, it states – Windows did not find any biometric devices on this computer Thursday, October 22, 2: Still nothing in Biometric Control Panel area.
When I went into its configuration in the control panel for the first time, it also asked me to install its TrueSuite starter package, which it shows the download page automatically. Thursday, November 25, 2: Thursday, February 24, 3: Saturday, December 26, 3: So if there is any info plz help. There is no wizard opening up on my screen.
After installation is successful, go back to Control Panel and you should find “Biometric Devices” under “Hardware and Sound”. Wednesday, January copdocessor, 5: Thursday, February 27, 5: Any help will be appreciated.
Its says that I dont have the fingerprint device or it is not connected. This should be defaulted to automatic I think, I am not sure as the PC I am configuring the device on is my work laptop, therefore, it may be a case where it was set that way on the corporate OS images.
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I have windows vista 32 bit. All the devices show up in the device manager, but no Biometric Devices in the control panel. I am so so so frustrated. Windows 7 Installation, Setup, and Deployment.
Hi, Coprocesspr worked for me as well on my HP nx Did the delete device and remove software on an HP and it did the trick. Latitude D Please Note: I mean, seriously, Microsoft, come on.
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Meanwhile, it is also recommended that you contact DELL for help. I had driver installed originally but there was no biometric menu.
LarryS56, I apologize for piggybacking your post, but I’m sure any support given would help you too.