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How Do I Activate My Fingerprint Device?

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How do i activate the fingerprint device on my lappy?

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There are alwayz gurus in the house. Just that gurus get levels. I dont like talking theories, i understand your problems, but since i have not faced them before, so i will keep quiet and let others who have experienced them to talk so i dont yarn dust.

And if you are still having problems, please let us know what exactly happened. So that you can solve your problems.

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you may have to go online and search the hp-compaq nc6400 fingerprint driver, easily on the officia website. downlaod and install, then it'll be activated. you should be good to go. you may want to burn a copy in to a cd cos everytime you reformat/load os you need to reinstall

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you may have to go online and search the hp-compaq nc6400 fingerprint driver, easily on the officia website. downlaod and install. you should be good to go. you may want to burn a copy in to a cd cos everytime you reformat/load os you need to reinstall

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are the gurus not arround?, pls help

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Pls, gurus in the house, i have similar prob, i dont know to active my fingerprint device: hp, win xp

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@ last reply, thanks,

my lappy config:

Compaq HP nc6400

dual core 2GHZ(processor)

1G Ram

Intel MOBO(centrino)

winxp Pro SPK2

it has a fingerprint device which I don't know how to configure and I have being using the lappy for 1year.

thanks

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That way, you may never get a reply. Tell us about your lappy, what is the brand, model number, what os is installed on it?

Linux, Windows 98, 2000, xp, vista, 2008 or what? If vista is it 32 bit or 64 bit.

Whichever you can provide out of all of this, please do, so that pros in the house and those using similar lappy can answer your question.

Once your question is specific you will your answer on time (and this applies to anyone asking for anything).

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