Question about HP Pavilion tx1000z Notebook
Hi, I have a bit of an odd problem, though it seems a few other people are having the same sort of problem. I can log in with my finger to log into my account. But doing nothing different, I can't login to Verisoft's manager to change credentials and other things. Even when I try typing my accounts password instead of using the fingerprint-- Both ways it gives me this error
Verisoft Logon Wizard
Initialization of the key negoatiation process failed with the following error:
Key not valid for use in specified state.
If the problem persists, please contact your system administrator.
It does this when I try to use my finger or type the password--yet in lets me log in to Vista with that same finger.
Yea I got the same exact problem!
Whats weird is that if I go under a different login into vista it works fine.
Its just under one of my user logins that it has this problem. Yet if I scan my fingerprint from the vista login page, it will go through without a problem, but once I am logged in, it doesn't work and gives me the "Key not valid in specified state" error. Regardless of whether I try to type in my password or scan my fingerprint.
Here's a screenshot I found on a different forum:
It must be one of the settings under that specific login or a conflicting program, but I cant figure it out and there is no help on the internet other than reformat your computer to its factory state.
I've uninstalled the program, reinstalled it, updated drivers, rolled back drivers, system restored, nothing works. If anyone could help I would REALLY appreciate it. Thanks!
I used the fingerprint software provided by Lenovo, it installed on my HP with no issues, furthermore its much more simpler and faster than the Bioscrypt software.
Here is the link: http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/MIGR-67845.html
Hope it helps.
Posted on May 05, 2009
Somewhere the permissions for the login are not set correctly. If you have a windows disk back up the user settings remove the user and after the restart add the user again and that should do the trick
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
I was getting the same error, except I could no longer log in with Verisoft, and reinstalling with the software on the hp site did not work either. I fixed the problem by finding the hidden "HP" folder. Navigate to Recovery then Links folder. Open up the Apps shortcut and reinstall the original Verisoft Access Manager Fingerprint Reader. After a reboot it worked perfectly.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Oh your going to hate me but unfortunately under vista if your credential manager gets corrupted the only way around is a total reimage - back to when it came out of the box. To do a full reimage using your recovery partition on power up to HP post screen tap F11 until the recovery manager starts - select advanced tab - full system recovery no backup - full destructive - this time when you get to your client details for setup after the recovery process select your password with care and when the time comes for for the finger print reader enabling under the credential manager the finger to use is your right small finger = the little pinkie >> it gets less work and is less prone to possible damage - small irregulaties are enough to fail a reading.
So I hope this helps but unfortunately a full destructive recovery is required.
rate me ok
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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