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Re: Disabling Veriface

2009-05-04, 1:45 AM

Dear all, I've successfully uninstalled veriface. Just leave the password empty and press "return".

 

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    07-26-2009

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    • Message 12 of 27

    Re: Disabling Veriface

    2009-07-26, 21:41 PM
    Rather than deleting the program, just disable it so it can be used later when you have consistent lighting or don't mind removing your glasses for both initialization and loggin on. Go to Start - All Programs - Lenovo VeriFace Recognition #  - click on VeriFace Recognition #  - click on 3rd tab with the wrench (settings) - Unclick check mark in Logon settings - Click save on the bottom botton with the crossed hammer and wrench.
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    04-17-2010

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    Re: Disabling Veriface

    2010-04-17, 13:46 PM

    i also have the same problem..... how can i disable veriface when i have already logged in? can that be removed when i have an account in veriface? please help..... when installed.... what happens to the computer?

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    04-17-2010

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    Re: Disabling Veriface

    2010-04-17, 13:55 PM

    it doesnt work... im still asked by my password account in my veriface.... i unbutton the log..like what u said....  and by the way im using windows 7 and lenovo veriface 3.6

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    07-20-2010

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    Re: Disabling Veriface

    2010-07-20, 19:46 PM

    I really wonder. how does such terrible disgusting veriface software  pointing my eyes with turning circles can be done.  it is nigtmare .I unable to remove it. I cleared out all veriface name from regedit even . just lenovo recovery left. and I will do thant one at last. please help.

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    07-20-2010

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    Re: Disabling Veriface

    2010-07-22, 19:28 PM

    removed recovery sofware as well. but this stupid  verface software still exits. please help. I have last thing to do.opening window and leave Lenova down.!!

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    Re: Disabling Veriface

    2010-07-22, 20:53 PM

    re-installing the veriface and removing it on safe mode ( by pressing f8 when you see lenovo logo at start-up ) may help you all to solve the issue.



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    10-14-2010

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    • Message 18 of 27

    Re: Disabling Veriface

    2010-10-14, 16:15 PM
    i've used autoruns from microsoft sysinternals. it lists all programs that starts when different actions occur. i've disabled Lenovo VeriFace Vista Credential Library from the Winlogon tab. one can get autoruns for free from microsoft. just search for it.
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    10-27-2010

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    • Message 19 of 27

    Re: Disabling Veriface

    2010-10-27, 2:27 AM

    to disable veriface go to the start menu in the bottom left corner of the screen, then press controll panel on the right side of the start menu, a screen will pop up saying things like network and internet, hardware and sound, appearence and personalization, etc. look for the heading that says: Programs. under that it says" uninstall a program" in blue. click on it. a list of programs on your computer will pop up. scroll down to "veriface"  ( the list is in alphabetical order ). then click on the veraface one one time. when it has blue around it. right click that. it will say uninstall/change. click it. then after that it is pretty self explanitory.

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    11-30-2010

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    Re: Disabling Veriface

    2010-11-30, 2:19 AM

    Dear Tom.

     

    I did what you said you couldn't do.... All you have to do (to unistall) is to

     

    1. Go to the control Panel.

    2. Click Programs (its in big letters)

    3. Then click Programs and Features.

     

    4. This should now take you to everything on your computer

    5. go to the search bar

    6. Type in the search bar Veriface.

    7. Click the VeriFace bar.... It should not ask you for a password.

    8. Click Next, it should unistall without a problem.

    9. Click Finish. and you are alllllll clear

     

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