Or was it Window’ own? Go through the list in this article to troubleshoot this problem. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. I would go straight to the Device Manager and Rollback, but the option is greyed out. Sunday, November 23, 1:
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I have updated the program and restarted the computer several times however the reader is still not detected. I tried 4 versions and the only one that works with DigitalPersona authebtec 7.
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I would go straight to the Device Manager and Rollback, but the option is greyed out. Thursday, October 23, 6: Articles about Microsoft Fingerprint Reader: Tuesday, October 7, autentec Remove From My Forums. Friday, October 31, 1: Thank you for your help. Just wanted to say thanks – I have been searching all over the place trying to find out why my sensor was unresponsive – this did it – many thanks!
I had the same thing happen, and determined that you have to go back to an earlier version of the Authentec driver to make it work. Didn’t find authenttec you were looking for? Even after reinstalling it all it still won’t recognize. Installing Digital persona resulted in no reader detected all of the time, despite following instructions on this forum. Or was it Window’ own?
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Sunday, October 12, 1: I have tried all the other drivers on this thread, but nothing happens and Windows ultimately automatically updates the driver anyway to the new one! I have a HP dvus. Monday, November 10, I managed to make most functionality run on that installation, albeit buggy and slow, running assorted drivers in compatibility mode.
However, it is unresponsive and the preinstalled program doesnt recognize it. Office Office Exchange Server. It appears to be available in a number of Softpaqs, such as sp I have windows updates set to ask me first, but this one has a mind of it’s own.
To fix this issue go to device manager, then under personal identification devices, right click on the authentec fingerprint reader. I went to the device manager and rolled back the driver, it is working fine now.
I stumbled upon AuthenTecs own basic software, allowing You to log onto the computer and that worked. Windows Vista IT Pro. Sunday, November 23, 1: Sign in to vote.