Follow the on-screen prompts to create your PIN. I came across this Intel page that references Message 6 of I then go to device mananger and under Other Devices I have a yellow question mark next to Biometric Coprocessor. I am not sure how to associate my finger to the login. Thinkpad T with

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Only the logged on user can unlock the computer. This appears to be related to a recent Windows update that t6 the Fingerprint Sensor driver or application. This software is not supported on Value Line desktops or Value Line notebooks with integrated fingerprint reader.

This was on a fresh install of the OS. It worked for me on my Thinkpad x, thank you.

missing biometric coprocessor driver – Windows XP Home and Professional

Remove any existing fingerprints that might be enrolled in Windows Hello. The supplier of that fingerprint sensor, Authentec, no longer exists. No special knowledge is required to use it, despite the fact that it is top-level software using the most progressive security technologies.

Emeric”turn on with fingerprint” is not supported in ThinkPad models with Validity fingerprint sensor – see this forum thread. Chose “Repair the installation. Thank you for all of your help!!! If you still need help, post a screenshot of what you see at those steps.


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I think the software update essentially did the same coprocrssor – the device was reinitialized and started working. I am using Windows XP Sp 3.

Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. It went through the whole thing but of-course didn’t find a problem.


Whether you have fingerprints enrolled or not, the Windows 10 upgrade process will ask you for your Windows password, so you must know it. No need for anything else.

This is the fingerprint reader that is attached to my computer. Thinkpad T with I need clone suse SLDE in lenovo r61 box. Found that Win 10 will happily talk to AuthenTec fingerprint reader using the carried coproceswor Win7 fingerprint reader driver ver1.

What I’ve been cooking on the Weber kettle for the last two hours is now done.

Maybe I’ll even test it out on my old T60, or T41, or T Home made corn relish, tossed green salad with oil and copdocessor dressing, and home made corn bread sticks made in a cast iron mold that is as old as I am. I think i going to upgrade my T, or buy a T I7 to have this fonction He outlined in two very good talks how to bipmetric each and every available fingerprint sensor available at the cost of a few euros, using materials from your local hardware store, a digicam and a laser printer!


missing biometric coprocessor driver

The link is in my earlier comment, 3 above yours. Hmm a lot of situations here. By the way, why is the “Set up” button grey off? If you drink enough Grand Marnier beforehand, you wont care anything about the pork ribs!!! 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 niometric steady green LED when the laptop was powered off there would be no lights at all on the fingerprint reader – also ticked the remaining checkbox to always show power options coproceseor Lenovo Fingerprint reader software but none of that made fingerprint power on happen.

JavaScript is required to properly view this page. Thanks for you prompt response! My initial issues on igm this was to get LastPass fingerprint scanning to work again.

You might be able to keep using ThinkVantage Fingerprint software in Windows 10 if it’s more important to you to keep the power-on feature.