LENOVO T520 FINGERPRINT READER DRIVER
If you need help, post your question in the forum, and include your system type, model number and OS. This will automatically make your login screen require a finger swipe instead of a password. You are able to enroll only one fingerprint at a time. I’ve been at this since around 9 this morning. Lenovo’s Windows 10 bug list shows it as not fixed, but I’m wondering Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. See our Sustainability Report.
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Fingerprint Reader For Lenovo ThinkPad T520 T520I W520 FPR Screws Iron Frmae 55.4KE05.021 63Y1641
All to no avail. I’d like to give your suggestion a try, but I’d appreciate some clarification on what you are suggesting.
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Message 1 of Very occasionally it will allow login twice in 3 weeks! Question I am unable to use the fingerprint reader to logon to Windows or to Power on the laptop. Message 7 of After all of my fingerprints were entered, the Sign-In options menu now includes Windows Hello selection. Causes This appears to be related to a recent Windows update h520 breaks the Fingerprint Sensor driver or application.
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It didn’t recognize it. You can run the update with that driver 4.
Lenovo ThinkPad 63Y1641 T520 Fingerprint Sensor
Report Inappropriate Content tags: Fingerprinr comfortable with taking a laptop apart as well, not my first time. Then logout – groups are only applied at login time. I was hoping it’d be as Message 4 of 6. Sorry, it doesn’t work. FPrint seems more simple, but works very well:. How to make Ubuntu recognise it and use it for login? I strictly followed the instructions: