...ControlPoint-Security driver : http://dell.to/PorGaF After installing the driver reboot the system and than check if broadcom USH w/ swipe sensor is still listed in Device Manager. If it does not get installed,please post the error message you get...
The USH driver, along with all other drivers Dell...here: Drivers for E6400. You will find the USH driver in the Security menu item. I'm...heading and should handle the Reader and the USH. The file in Security is firmware for the...
Here is the link for the “BroadCOM USH w/swipe sensor” driver for the new Latitude E6400 http://support.us.dell.com/support/downloads/download.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen&releaseid=R194881&formatcnt=1&libid=0&fileid=269157
...of Device Manager with Other devices expanded. Also, share the hardware Id for Boardcom USH. Go to Device Manager -> right click on Broadcom USH -> choose Properties -> Details -> from the drop-down under properties, choose Hardware...
Hi here, I have a same problem with Broadcom USH w/ swipe sensor and Dell Wireless 5530 HSPA Mobile Broadband Minicard Device. I cannot found the right driver for my system. I use Microsoft Windows 7 enterprise x64 edition. Regards,
Here is the link for the “BroadCOM USH w/swipe sensor” driver for the new Latitude E6400!!!! http://support.us.dell.com/support/downloads/download.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen&releaseid=R194881&formatcnt=1&libid=0&fileid=269157
...trusted resources. Download and install the "Dell ControlPoint Security Drivers. The drivers for the "Broadcom USH w/swipe sensor" will be installed ONLY AFTER REBOOTING. You won't get the drivers installed until after that reboot...
...damage this person may have done. I've gotten everything sorted out so far, EXCEPT i'm still missing a broadcom USH w/ swipe sensor driver according to my device manager. I've gone through the list of available drivers for the 32-bit...1/17/2013 | (Forums)
Just bought a new E6500 and upgraded to WINDOWS 7. CAN'T find software or drivers for "Broadcom USH w/Swipe Sensor". The VISTA ones will NOT LOAD !!3/27/2012 | (Forums)
I need a driver for Dell lattitude E6520 driver for broadcom USH W/Swip sensor to activate fingerprint feature of my laptop. I am using Windows 7 32bit. Thanks RMA.(Forums)
Hi Aestive, Please see this link How to Download the Latest Broadcom USH Drivers You would need to download and install Dell ControlPoint Security Device Driver Pack Internet connection is not...
...you just the driver for the fingerprint sensor by itself without being bundled by other...Controls power management, ambient light sensor, wireless profiles, and security features...Controls power management and ambient light sensor settings Control Point Security Manager...
The drivers should be included in the "Control Point" software. You will have to install Control Point Security Application drivers and then the Control Point Security Applicaton Manager. I think you have to do a "Custom" install on the drivers and check the Swipe sensor driver.
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.
Yeah the message isn't of great help. Assuming that the correct drivers are installed then this looks like a defective fingerprint reader. Again I apologize for all the confusion regarding this.