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Toshiba Face Recognition suddenly stopped working


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Nath8r

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I just got the this computer a few days ago and a day after I got it, I setup the Face Recognition. It worked swimmingly! Until I tried to use it later. I thought I might add that I did it in the car then tried it at home. I even tried to update it, with splendid failure! It keeps saying recognition failed. It would be nice to use face recognition. Also, is there any software for voice recognition login? Thanks in advance.
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Not much to go on here. I take it that you were able to successfully register your face and use it to secure your computer? What is the error message your getting?

Here is a straight forward guide to registering your face: http://techtips.salo...aptop-1547.html
Have you tried re-registering your face?

As for voice input, there are software packages available (dragon naturally speaking) that will provide that functionality. However I am not aware of any that can be used for biometric security.
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First of all, I sincerely apologise for such a late reply. This thread's notification got dug really deep in my emails.

I've done everything that the article has said.

I'll definitely look into those packages, though biometric security would definitely be helpful.
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