HP PAVILION DV6Z-1000 NOTEBOOK VALIDITY FINGERPRINT SENSOR DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||24.4 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP, Other|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
HP PAVILION DV6Z-1000 NOTEBOOK VALIDITY FINGERPRINT SENSOR DRIVER
Find new device drivers if you changed operating systems The components of the fingerprint-based security system are designed to work on specific computer models and with specific operating systems.
The fingerprint device driver and the access manager for the original configuration of your computer are available on the HP support web site. The drivers and programs available for one model are not compatible and do not work with other models. If you choose to change the operating system, the default fingerprint reader drivers and programs provided by HP for your computer model might not be compatible, and the fingerprint reader will not work as a result. When searching for drivers and software, you must use the specific product HP Pavilion dv6z-1000 Notebook Validity Fingerprint Sensor of your computer.
This allows other hardware and software to support the fingerprint reader.
To check your current BIOS version: Press the Power button to start the computer, then press the F2 key and select System Information from the listing. The BIOS version is displayed.
Note the current BIOS version. To look for BIOS updates: Select the operating system currently on the computer, scroll down, and then expand BIOS.
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The latest BIOS version download is listed. If the BIOS available on the web site is a later version, download and install it.
If the BIOS is up-to-date, see if biometric support is enabled. Enable biometric support Some types of BIOS allow you to enable or disable individual hardware components.
The biometric device is the hardware that controls the fingerprint reader. Depending on the model number of your computer, there are options in the BIOS to turn the biometric device on and off.
To check your BIOS for biometric support and enable it: Under System Configuration, look for a Biometric Device option; if it exists, enable it. Press F10 to save this setting and restart the computer. If a biometric option does not exist in your BIOS, then the fingerprint reader is always enabled. Next, see if Windows supports the fingerprint reader. This indicates that Windows supports the HP Pavilion dv6z-1000 Notebook Validity Fingerprint Sensor, in this case the fingerprint reader. To see if Windows supports the fingerprint reader on your computer: Click Start, type device in the search field, and then select Device Manager from the search results list.
Search results list In the Device Manager, click Biometric or Biometric Devices to expand the list of recognized biometric sensor devices. The fingerprint sensor is listed as a Validity Sensor or AuthenTec Sensor, depending on the model number of your computer. Biometric Validity Sensor If there is no Biometric entry, then Windows cannot identify the fingerprint reader hardware.
This is because the hardware may not be installed on the notebook, or it may be damaged. Overview of how a fingerprint reader should work and troubleshooting steps when it does not work. Device Manager with Biometric Validity Sensor g: dv6z- View all OS in HP Pavilion dv6z CTO Entertainment Notebook PC drivers Synaptics PS/2 Port TouchPad Driver A · Validity Fingerprint Sensor.