Installing BioScrypt Verisoft Access (from HP) instead of DigitalPersona fixed ALL Fingerprint reader problems

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  1. jellycow

    jellycow Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I can't figure out a way to update the original thread title...so I figure I'll start a new thread for it.

    With great info from Postulio:
    I Uninstalled DigitalPersona. Then I downloaded and installed BioScrypt Verisoft Access Manager (offered on tx1000's) and my fingerprint reader on tx2000 is ROCK solid. It works fine on Vista 64bit. I know lot of people don't have any problems with their fingerprint reader, but for anybody that has even the smallest issue, I gotta recommend this program instead.

    Directions and links here:

    http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/showpost.php?p=100942&postcount=9
     
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    Rudegar Scribbler - Standard Member

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    my tx1270 came with verisoft from the start
    it reads ok but in general i dislike the software
     
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    But with DigitalPersona Personal on the tx2000, some of us can't even get it to read our fingerprints. I noticed that both Verisoft and DigitalPersona have the ability to log on using fingerprint, remember logon for software and websites, etc. DigitalPersona might have prettier interface, but it was useless at least for me and few others because it would not read the fingerprint on the first try.

     
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