Re: Connecting to TPM Device
If you go to Lenovo's support website they might have a utility to give you
the machine config. I only have an older TP but there used to be a device
configuration utility installed by ibm.
"Don" <Don@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Thanks for your comments. The driver is working fine and I am trying to
> verify that a chip is actually in there. I am not sure how to make that
> determination so it will take a while for me to sort that out. Any more
> thoughts or comments are, of course, welcome. Thanks.
> "Larry Maturo" wrote:
>> Hi Don,
>> TPM is a security device that requires you to put a card or something
>> similar into the computer to use it. Do you have something like this?
>> If so, make sure you have the card inserted first before starting it.
>> You can also check the device manager to see if there is a driver
>> problem with it.
>> -- Larry Maturo
>> "Don" <Don@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >I am running a 32 bit Vista Business OS on a T60 Lenovo laptop. At
>> > get the message as follows:
>> > There was a problem connecting to the TPM (security device) on this
>> > computer. It is possible that anti-virus or firewall software is
>> > blocking
>> > the connection. A missing or disabled device driver could also cause
>> > this
>> > problem. See the online documentation for more information.
>> > Any help on how to handle this will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
>> > Don