I believe I've found your answer. At least for Windows 7 Pro 32-bit/64-bit drivers for the Broadcom USH. You need the DDPA_A03_R308497.exe (32-bit) and R308498.exe (64-bit). It is the ControlPoint - Security Device Driver Pack
...16, 2010) When running the installer make sure everything is checked. Even though I dont have a fingerprint reader I had to check "fingerprint reader" on the installer to install the driver for "Broadcom USH" in Device manager.
I may have a fix for you, though I have not been able to activate the fingerprint reader. I am running Win7 Ultimate x64 SP1 on the same Dell Latitude E6500 notebook. The driver you need to download is referenced as VP397. Located here: http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/19/driverdetails?
Well thanks man! I'll do that. I very much appreciate your hard work. I honestly didn't expect any reply at all hehe.
I would think either Digital personal or Wave Embassy either one would work. I can either think of two things, that you need to install the DCP Security Manager after all or the fingerprint reader isn't working.
I think you and I both would have just preferred a single file that reads something like Finger Print Reader driver. I am sorry for the confusion. I dug around deeper, and asked some of my coworkers on the client side and was able to find a driver package.
It installed, but enrollment of a print failed. i also uninstalled digital persona on the off chance of some kind of conflict. I love these useless error messages. Like tech support is just magically going to know what caused this random vague filler catch all message lol
Hi, It didn't let me install it onto my computer. An error message pops up that says "This is not a supported system."
I have the same problem but for a M6400. Did you find the driver ? Thanks
You have to install the firmware then the drivers to resolve the bang. After that it is the application
Description Importance Version Released Supported OS Download Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility, v.126.96.36.1990, A05 The Intel(R) Chipset Software Installation Utility installs Windows* INF files to the target system.
Hi Weddle, Welcome to the Community, Try installing Dell ControlPoint System Manager using this link below : www.dell.comlatitude-e6410 Note: When you're running the installer make sure everything is checked,including finger print reader(even if your system does not have one). Let me know if this
Go to the dell website and get the DDPA firmware and DDPA driver pack installs (should be under either Security or Data Protection.
No, that didn't work. I've installed the Dell ControlPoint System Manager, it isn't doing anything for the device manager.
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I can't seem to find the download for this specific driver and because of it, my laptop Internet connection won't work. Please help. I have a Dell Latitude E6400 with Windows 7 64 Bit.9/24/2013 | (Forums)
Dead link. Still can't find drivers for windows 7 64bit
YOU NEED TO DOWNLOAD THE DRIVER control point security device driver pack //that is under control point if you enter your service tag at support.dell.com, make sure you select all files on top
This is getting annoying... I've tried 2 versions of dells drivers on windows XP Pro SP3 (including the one posted above) and this this keeps coming up with an error on install... A solution would be greatly appreciated. *head banging against wall*
I realized that nearly 3 months ago now. Look in the Applications heading. The driver and the application manager are located there. Driver file is #5 in the list.