LENOVO X201 SMART CARD READER DRIVER DOWNLOAD
Message 3 of 3. The encryption software obviously works with smart card token authentication pre-OS the T did it. See our Sustainability Report. X1 Carbon 6th Gen Battery drain in sleep. I want it to boot normally–I just want the machine to be able to recognize the device before the OS loads, similar to recognizing a USB mouse. Forums Knowledge Base Blogs.
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Have you gone into BIOS and tried to change the boot order?
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Message 3 of 3. Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. If I plug the smart card reader into the right-hand USB port the one next to the mini-DP and headphone jackthe system recognizes it and it works normally before the OS loads.
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On my previous T with integrated smart card reader, this was no problem! I’m not trying to change the boot order. I want it to boot normally–I just want the machine to be able to recognize the device before the OS loads, similar to recognizing a USB mouse. When the system is being loading, you can press F12 and go into the boot menu and boot directly from the USB. Message 2 of 3. Both ports work normally after the OS loads. I believe I simply need to get the hardware to natively is that the right word?
In the left-hand USB port, it doesn’t.
I have this question too. Message 1 of 3. So while my problem is no longer a problem, this strikes me as quite interesting.