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AuthenTec TrueSuite, AuthenTec fingerprint and Windows 7

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Table of Contents:

 

 

A How to install the fingeprint driver and AuthenTec TrueSuite software

 

B How to logon to Windows 7 by using AuthenTec TrueSuite

 

 

Important information!

 

Before you will do anything please be sure that you uninstalled the previous driver and software for fingerprint reader.

Check the below guide to find out how to do it (this isn't standard uninstallation process):

How to uninstall AuthenTec fingerprint software and driver

 

 

Note:

This thread is part of ' Windows 7 Upgrade Guide for dv6000/dv9000 models ' and ' Windows 7 Upgrade Guide for dv2000 models '.

 

 

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How to install AuthenTec TrueSuite driver and software.

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A How to install the fingeprint driver and AuthenTec TrueSuite software

 

 

Download the fingerprint driver and software from here.

Extract this file with WinRar.

 

Click the ' Start ' Start.png button.

In the search box type ' man ' and choose ' Device Manager '

 

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Right clik ' Fingeprint Sensor ' and choose ' Update Driver Software... '

 

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Select ' Browse my computer for driver software '

 

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Double check that you have checked ' Include subfolders option ' and click the ' Browse ' button

 

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Browse to path where is the extracted file with the driver for fingerprint reader

 

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Click on ' Next '

 

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You will be informed the the driver was installed with success.

 

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How to logon to Windows 7 with AuthenTec TrueSuite.

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B How to logon to Windows 7 by using AuthenTec TrueSuite

 

 

Click the ' Start ' Start.pngbutton.

In the search box type ' bio ' and choose ' Biometric Devices '

 

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You will be able to check here all the informationabout the fingerprint sensor.

 

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On left side choose ' Change biometric devices '. Check is everything set there like on the below picture

 

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Now we will choose second option which is ' Use your fingerprint with Windows '.

 

Click twice ' Yes '.

 

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Choose which finger you want use to logon to Windows

 

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Enter the Windows system password

 

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Enroll three times your finger. After every successful attempt you will see checked symbol

 

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When the process will end with sucess then the finger color will change to this which you on the below picture.

 

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You should be able to log to the system by using the fingeprint sensor.

 

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Re: How to logon to Windows 7 with AuthenTec TrueSuite.

Hi,

 

This all worked great, except that the link for uninstalling the Authentec software appears to not be working ...

 

Jim

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Re: How to logon to Windows 7 with AuthenTec TrueSuite.

@Jim

 

Hi,

Thank You very much for letting me know about this problem.

This issue is fixed now.

 

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Re: How to logon to Windows 7 with AuthenTec TrueSuite.

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