I'd like to think I know a little bit about thinkpads but this has got me stumped. I can't get the driver I downloaded to work. Here is what I downloaded to the desktop.
I opened the executable off the desktop and a folder installed in my c drive directory that had all the other drivers I had previously installed. After I did that I tried updating the driver through the device manager by pointing to the folder that I installed. It doesnt give me the option of even searching the folder.
After that didnt work I went directly to the folder I installed on the c drive and double clicked on the setup icon and went through the guied installation process. Then on reboot I looked back at the device manager. Still not recognized...
This is the normal procedure I use to install all my drivers. Please let me know where I am going wrong. Many Thanks!
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The chipset driver by itself will not get the FPR working. You need FPR-specific software
The solution to your problem should be here:
https://thinkpads.com/support/Thinkpad- ... m/T42.html
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