DELL LATITUDE E6500 BROADCOM USH FINGERPRINT READER DRIVER

If it is there, and it is activated, and still does not work, you probably have regular keyboard. Anyone can help us, please take your hand. Yes, my password is: I was mistaken at first, but it doesnt even work in Vista which came preloaded. I can’t help you any further then. John Ratsey , Feb 7,

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You can just use Google’s translator: If it is there, and it is activated, and still does not work, you probably have regular keyboard. It works fine for fingerpriht. This is the output you requested, I dont seem to be able to understand the language from the link. However you can easily replace it, buy one from Dell, on ebay or anywhere, and just replace it requires to remove screws.

Share This Page Tweet. Te device mentioned above is the fingerprint reader.

Just let me know and I’ll guide you to configure your login security to use fingerprints. Hello All I have Ubuntu 9. I cant for the life of me figure how to get it to work. Is there any ETA on the fix. Hi all, I resolved this problem, i had to upgrade firmware of CotrolVault chip can download as Dell recommended.

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fingerprinh The swipe sensor is detected again after a complete shutdown. Did you get all of: Hello John, thanks for your answer! FPrint and ThinkFinger To install them just run: Unfortunately it is not yet supported by any of the fingerprint projects neither ThinkFinger, nor fprinthowever fprint team is aware of existence of this chip, and they claim to work on it.

The backlight keyboard has nothing to do with OS.

Latitude E6500 – fingerprint reader problems

Cephei78Feb 8, Ok, thanks I am seriously doubting it has the keyboard, as it does not have a dell to activate it as i was told it should have. Below is output of ‘lsusb -v’ for this device: I was mistaken at first, but it doesnt even work in Vista which came preloaded. The only proof I have that it even exists is I physically see it and I have laatitude with the specs by service Tag on the Dell Website. Hi all, did you succeed to have your reader working?

If yes i would be very interested by the solution Thanks Do you have the same reader as Cortux? Log in or Sign up. Dell Latitude, Vostro, and Precision.

Or do you mean Windows natively recognizes it? JontyMay 20, Hi, I’m interest if there is any progress about this fingerprint reader. You must log in or sign up to reply here.

Does anyone try another project like E650 GUI? And it does not violate any warranties. 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 Thanks for your help!