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i see that you tried the chicony camera driver and it did not work, have you tried downloading the Bison Driver for your camera to see if it will work?
also you mentioned that the Fignerprint reader does not work as well, and you also mentioned that you installed XP on the machine. If i may ask what windows do you have originally on your machine before installing XP because on a Lenovo machine it is big NO to install a different version of Windows from what it Originally had for the reason that some device may not be detect even if you are in stalling the correct drivers.
The Lenovo Windows is an OEM Version and does not have the same files like the Microsoft windows some of the OEM files are altered for lenovo purposes only and if you will install a retail version of windows then you may need to update your system BIOS to be able to make some of the system device s work as normal.
try reinstalling the system back to the original windows that it had before, you will again be able to use the Fingerprint reader and the camera using the same driver you had before.
* First install the Finger Print Sensor Driver.
* Then install the Digital Persona Personal Software.
*After finishing the installation, setup the device and the fingerprint for password.
Now your fingerPrint will be used to access the Notebook.
To give you quality results, I need a direct access to your PC.
For that purpose, please install TeamViewer:
Later, you communicate me the information described below:
Well, the fingerprint scanner is used for a main purpose of quickly logging you onto your computer without having to punch in your password. There is a software called Thinkvantage Fingerprint Software that should have come with your purchase of the T61. (If it didn't, you can download the software for your OS here: http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?lndocid=TVAN-EAPFPR). Once that installed and working, you can setup your fingerprint settings and add profiles by going into the Program Files and running the 'ctlcntr' application. You should be able to use it for logging in purposes now :) Hope it helps.