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TouchChip Fingerprint Coprocessor Driver
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Applies to:





Upek Touchchip


Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7

File Size:

7.8 MB

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This download updates the driver for the Touchchip Fingerprint Coprocessor Devices to the latest version as per manufacturers release notes. The driver is valid for all Integrated Upek Touchchip Fingerprint Coprocessors with the following specs; The listed package is compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 including installation of drivers and merge modules for older systems and for Windows 7 common mode. If looking to install the Windows Biometric Framework (WBF) driver, this needs to be downloaded in a separate package. When installed on a Windows 7 machine, the WBF driver can be installed as either a standalone driver or as the WBF version of Protector Suite 2009 and later has to be used with this driver otherwise no sensor/reader will be detected! The WBF Windows Drivers for TouchChip and TouchStrip can be downloaded from here; [ Click here to Download ]

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