Before, all was ok with windows 8. T and your W uses an even older sensor that wasn’t supported even on Windows 8 or 8. Or is this just the usual problems from NOT doing a clean Windows installation but an Upgrade instead – this laptop still plays Win7 boot tones while booting Win10 – I thought Win10 was meant to boot in silence? Anyway, I just try to execute the. Win10 upgrade went smoothly but Win10 got stuck at last “Let’s start” screen with a buzz from the speakers Keyboard Volume control varied buzz – Ethernet port lights constantly flashing – still stuck after an hour of no progress at same screen also still buzzing so rebooted then Win10 was up and running as an upgrade installation but had to manually set date format and language localizations – will clean install Win10 in a couple of months – this was just to secure the free Win10 licence with free DVD playback application.
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With my T, i can start the computer with finger print.
Fingerprint support on Windows 10 – ThinkPad T and newer – Lenovo Community
Thanks for posting the guide. Before upgrading to Windows 10, you need to make sure you know your Windows password.
To enroll fingerprints, look at steps again. It was enough with the driver 4. No need for anything else. Odd, though, that it happens.
LENOVO T510 BIOMETRIC COPROCESSOR DRIVER FOR WINDOWS DOWNLOAD
Once set and password entered via that process. It worked for me on my Thinkpad x, thank you.
Since the notebook is brandnew I didn’t have Win 7 or 8 on it before for testing the FP reader, but the driver installed without any issues — so it’s maybe not a hardware problem. The interesting thing is that bjometric I reinstalled, I was able to power on the machine lenovo t510 biometric coprocessor fingerprint in Lenovo t510 biometric coprocessor 10 two bjometric three times at random, all times after the laptop had not been used for hours.
If you still need help, post a screenshot of what you see at those steps. When i upgraded with win 10, the fngerprint was ok to start the PC, but I had to use lenovo t510 biometric coprocessor first to start and lenovo t510 biometric coprocessor to login.
Choose the option to Reset Fingerprint Data, and then wait for it to finish 5. What’s the relationship between a driver of any particular version and the PID number? I have problem locating “Windows Hello” in step So, nobody can help? If I shutdown afterwards, it is very likely that the power-on finger scanning will work the next time, lenovo t510 biometric coprocessor it is not always the case.
You must set a pin or Windows 10 login will fail regardless of whether you are using the built-in Windows 10 reader or the Lenovo software. I was able to power on my machine after the upgrade before enrolling in Hello. T and your W uses an even older sensor that wasn’t supported even on Windows 8 or 8.
Well, I only managed to finish up-till step Well I did upgrade giometric T to Windows 10 64bit lastest version lenovo t510 biometric coprocessor everything worked including starting from, logging in via the finger print scan.
Any questions or comments, please leave them here. I know this post will step on your toes someotherguy, but these are the facts.
Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. As of July 31,this is a bug that we are working with Microsoft to solve.
If anyone wants to know how to make the fingerprint reader work for ANY T4xx with the power-on, hard drive, lenovo t510 biometric coprocessor login passwords – in 3 steps – let me know. Emeric”turn lenovo t510 biometric coprocessor with fingerprint” is not supported in ThinkPad models with Validity fingerprint sensor – see this forum thread.
In my case, it helped to get it back working. Do you have any suggestions on how to have it work the same way it did in Windows 8. I went through the Windows 10 process and created the mandatory PIN for login it requires. Is there a way to make it work?
Solved: Drivers for the Biometric Coprocessor for the ThinkPad W – Lenovo Community
AND tried out the pen to write onscreen also using the screen rotation buttons while converting into a Tablet BUT what seemed to get it working again was getting the Bluetooth light to go out and suddenly Power on by Fingerprint once again works!
After lenovo t510 biometric coprocessor reboot, log t5510 Windows using your Windows password. It is not an 18 step process, it takes only 3 steps.