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GreenLakeEd
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HP Protect Tools download after having a new 64bit Windows 7

Originally had installed and upgraded through various windows version. Now having new install of 64 bit Windows &. how do I get a new install of HP Protect tools which includes fingerprint sensor and other features.

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Paul Tikkanen
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Re: HP Protect Tools download after having a new 64bit Windows 7

Hi:

 

Please provide the model # of your PC, so I can give you the link to the support and download page for your notebook.

 

Paul

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GreenLakeEd
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Model niumber is Compaq nx9420

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Paul Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

You should be able to use the Windows Vista Business x64 Protect Tool software and drivers for your notebook, which are listed under the Security section.

 

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareIndex.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodNameId=1839212&...

 

Paul

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Re: HP Protect Tools download after having a new 64bit Windows 7

I'm currently rebuilding the SCCM deployment image for my offices EliteBook 8540p laptops. All went well until I installed HP Protect Tools. Using a current image as reference, I installed the 'embedded' portion of the whole suite. With no clear direction on how to install this, I just kept all the defaults. Now after reboot, I get the message "Embedded Security is not initialized". How do I get rid of this message or properly install this part of the suite? Win 7 Pro 64bit

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