Does anyone try another project like Fingerprint GUI? Your name or email address: If any of this worked out for you, you are on your way. Cephei78 , Feb 13, Hello all, I got Dell E, and i met with the same issue.
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FPrint and ThinkFinger To install them just run: The fingerprint reader is connected and does respond, but the ControlPoint software throws an error if I try to enroll my fingerprint the error doesn’t show up if I don’t touch the sensor.
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It is controlled by BIOS. Probably it doesn’t work with fprint and ThinkFinger. If Fingerlrint find it, I’ll post link here. If any of this worked out for you, you are on your way.
Latitude E6500 – fingerprint reader problems
I’ll use lsusb -v next time I don’t find the hardware I’m looking for. John Ratsey Nov 9, Or do you mean Windows natively recognizes it?
At this point I think I’m going to surrender after 3 days of battling with the broadocm, it is more of a gimmick anyway and crippled if you read this http: The only proof I have that it even exists is I physically see it and I have confirmed with the specs by service Tag on the Dell Website. Anyone can help us, please take brkadcom hand. I have Dell E, which use also Broadcom I don’t have fingerprint reader, but I want to upgrade. However, all new Latitudes are equipped with this hardware, and as the Latitude model is quite popular especially in business worldI hope we won’t have to wait much longer It works fine for me.
How to Fix Dell Broadcom USH Driver Problems
Enjoin and good luck to you. The swipe sensor is detected again after a complete shutdown. Has the keyboard lighting started working?
I didn’t have to do anything to get it to work. Nope, I dont think it even has a light up keyboard. Tnaks a lot fonfi! If yes i would be very interested by the solution Thanks.
All E-series Latitudes, and Precisions based on this series, are equipped with this new biometric reader. Hello all, I got Dell E, and i met with the same issue.
I would have never figured that out Thanks for your help! Yes me too, It would be great to get the fingerprint reader working, with one or two other issues sorted out, I could then proceed to get rid of vista all together. This is the output you requested, I dont seem to be able to understand the language from the link.
BTW, I did manage to get it to work in Vista but that makes no difference to me. If it is there, and it is activated, and still does not work, you probably have regular keyboard. Yes, my password is: After restart, you start to install Security Pack, then installing Security Management.
There are various security related packages under the ControlPoint downloads. Similar Threads – Latitude E fingerprint.
I created a bootable dos usb stick and did a few tests.