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I bought my laptop about two weeks ago. Then first, I installed Windows 7 Professional 64 bit. I installed "HP Protect Tools" & could enroll all 20 fingers at once without any issue. Then recently, reinstalled the whole system with Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit. Then, installed Protect tools & could enroll my two thumbs. But I couldn't enroll any other finger. For each other finger, first two confirmtions work properly. But at third, it always fails. I cannot think that this is an issue related to how I sweep the fingers. Because, then how do every first two confirmations get passed?.

 

Hope anyone will help me to sort this out. :)

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OK.. I just sorted it out. I clear all fingerprints data & then, I could enroll all 20 fingers. :)
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Can you tell us how did you do that please?

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Deshan

 

I am linking you an HP Support document called "Using HP SimplePass Fingerprint Reader (Windows 7, Vista)" below. You should find all the information you need contained within.

 

Using HP SimplePass Fingerprint Reader (Windows 7, Vista)

http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c02518653

 

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Plz help finger print allrady enroled problem show after re installing windows. What am i do ? :smileyembarrassed:

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Do as I have said in a previous comment. Clear all fingerprints & try again. :)

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Thanks of all at last I found the solution see this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SuGGx9cTKw&feature=youtu.be  

 

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This regards my Probook 4430s.  The inability to delete an already assigned finger dogs me already for several years.

The document 

    http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c01471790

explains::

  1. Click the enrolled finger that you want to delete.

  2. When the delete confirmation appears, click Yes to delete.

Does NOT work for me.

When I go to an assigned finger there is a fast flicker of a pop up, which disappears immediately.

Subsequently I am invited to assign the finger, which fails because it has been already assiged.

 

I have reinstalled the Win7 OS.   The previously assigned fingers are STILL assigned.

 

{{ This is the 2nd festering problem.  The destruction of the USB composite device - which prevents the use of the camera 

in Skype - due to a suspension (?) (getting to sleep or waking up?) is bothering me also for years and is also not fixed with

the resinstallation :-((..   Replacement of the motherboard was useless ...  I doubt that my 3rd lap top will be from HP. }}

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