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  1. Download the latest driver, firmware, and software for your HP SimpleSave External Hard Drives.This is HP’s official website to download drivers free of cost for your HP Computing and Printing products for Windows and Mac operating system.
  2. Windows XP to navigate to your HP SimpleSave drive. Double-click the HP Launcher folder, then double-click HP Launcher.exe. Agree to the End User License Agreement (EULA) the first time you use HP SimpleSave by clicking the Accept button. Each time you st art HP SimpleSave it. HP SIMPLESAVE BACKUP SOFTWARE USER MANUAL.
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Customer: To review, I downloaded and when it finished, I checked the computer hard drive and found HP SimpleSave (G:). When I opened it, I found OWNER-PC which when I opened it, I found a backup of files, Windows ImageBackup folder and Medial D.

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I had the same problem. It seemed I needed to create a PIN to get it to work again.

Go to Settings -> Accounts -> Sign-in Options

Create a PIN and everything should work. I also added another finger print after I did this, so I am not sure if that made any difference either. I hope this helps.

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Tried setting a PIN, no difference — still fails reading my fingerprint.

Like the OP, I can’t run the SimplePass app to re-calibrate with my fingerprint. It’s in All Apps > HP > HP SimplePass Identity Protection

Is that what you’re using or is there another way? That one just doesn’t run for me (no error message, just nothing).

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I uninstalled HP SimplePass after upgrading to Windows 10. The only function I was using it for in Windows 8.1 was the Windows login.

After uninstalling HP SimplePass, I removed and added back my fingerprint in Windows Hello. Now I can log in on Windows 10 with my fingerprint.

You may want to get familiar with the HP Support site first to make sure you know how to download HP SimplePass, in case you decide you want it again. But if you were only using it for Windows login, I don’t think you will miss it.

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I uninstalled HP SimplePass after upgrading to Windows 10. The only function I was using it for in Windows 8.1 was the Windows login.

After uninstalling HP SimplePass, I removed and added back my fingerprint in Windows Hello. Now I can log in on Windows 10 with my fingerprint.

You may want to get familiar with the HP Support site first to make sure you know how to download HP SimplePass, in case you decide you want it again. But if you were only using it for Windows login, I don’t think you will miss it.

I use it to automatically sign into web pages. It still reads my fingerprint, launches the dialogue asking me which website to open, but when I select a website nothing happens. I assume it doesn’t know how to launch the new edge browser?

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As I have just realized, HP SimplePass was the culprit process running in the background, causing me to get the dreaded ‘blinking hourglass’ next to my cursor. This was going off incessantly and using a lot of CPU/slowing me down. While SimplePass was otherwise working fine for me (just used to logon), it required me to completely turn it off to stop all of the annoyance. Has this been occurring with anyone else? For my purposes, I think I will try out the Windows Hello.

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I downloaded Windows 10

I have always used the Fingerprint scanner to log on

However, Windows 10 disavowed recognition of my Fingerprints

That feature is now blocked due to too many unsuccessful attempts

I have not used a Password for years

I have no idea what my original PW could possibly be

How do I get the PC to

A. Recognize my Fingerprints

B. Use a PW which I don’t know

C. Dump Windows 10 to eliminate my new nightmare

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I am having the same problem and it is driving me crazy. Have you figured out how to fix the problem yet?

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I had the same problem when I updated to Windows 10. I had to download the latest version from HP. It works fine now but all my old identification information did not update to it. I did not delete the old version which I can use to retrieve the information using my computer password…thank God! Here is the link to the place were I downloaded the upgrade.

http://hp-simplepass.software.informer.com/

Good luck with that!

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Models in HP’s SimpleSave Portable series are external 2.5-inch hard drives (320GB for $120, 500GB for $150, as of August 31, 2009). Nonportable (3.5-inch) desktop models in the SimpleSave series come in 1TB and 2TB capacities. The lightweight SimpleSave Portables use built-in software that is streamlined, straightforward, and easy to navigate.

Like the software in Storage Appliance’s Clickfree products — the Clickfree Traveler (16GB) and the Clickfree Backup Drive 1TB — the SimpleSave’s software helps automate the backup process, achieving mostly positive results. The drives themselves are simple, angular, and pocket-size; the only notable feature on the dark gray case is the HP logo.

I tested the USB 2.0, bus-powered 320GB model. After you plug the drive in, its software will prompt you to specify whether you want to use the drive directly or want to perform a backup. Choose the backup option, and — if you have Windows Auto-play enabled — the drive will automatically scan your hard drive for files (photos, documents, music, and so on) in need of backing up. Once the SimpleSave has completed the scan, you may add or subtract files from the backup, or let the backup automatically continue on its own. You can do different backup sets, too.

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