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                  Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Instruction………………………………………………. 3
Features……………………………………………………………….…………… 3
Hardware Requirement……………………………………………….…………… 4
Compatible Operating System…………………………………………………….. 4
System Requirements……………………………………………….………………4
Before use………………………………………………….………………………. 4
Technical Specification…………………………………….……………………… 6


Chapter 2. Installation Guide………………………………………. 6
1.0 BioFlash Camera Driver installation…………………………………………...6
Windows ME/2000/XP Installation…………………………….……………….….7
Removing the disk under the Windows ME/2000/XP…………….……………..…8
Window 98/ 98SE Installation…………….……………………………………..…11
Removing the disk under the Windows 98/98SE………………………………...… 15


Chapter 3. Starting USB BioFlash………………………………….…….17
First time enroll procedure………………………..……………………………..….17
Fingerprint Enrollment Adaption………………………..……………………..…...21
Access USB flash disk……………………..…………………………………..……23
“Palm” icon configuration…………..………………………………………..…….26
Handling and Cleaning Procedure…..………………………………………..…….29




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                                 Chapter 1.
Introduction

USB 1.1 BioFlash
Storing, moving, and securing the data has never been easier. This fingerprint flash
Disks equipped with the leading encryption technology that allows only authorized
users to access the Flash Disk. The Biometric fingerprint Flash Disk is available in
64MB,128MB, 256MB, 512MB and 1GB versions to provide you enough space to
store confidential documents, presentations, high-resolution photographs, and videos,
or whatever other personal files that you are unwilling to share with others.


Features

     Portable USB 1.1 flash disk equipped with Biometric security to prevent
     confidential information from outflowing
     Fingerprint scan required to obtain the data from the Disk
     Reliable data retention
     Excellent for mobile professionals
     Write protection switch


Dimension: 85mm x 24mm x 18mm
Weight: Approximately 19g
Available Capacities: 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB and 1GB

BioFlash is the most secured and developed data storage device on the market. It
utilizes the leading edge biometric technology, the users can only access the hidden
secure files upon his/her identity that was approved by the scanner’s authentication.
All data saved on the BioFlash is automatically hidden.


BioFlash equipped with advanced high-definition 192 x 236 pixel array to make it
secure and unexposed.


11.8mm x 9.6mm of the sensor area is another major advantage that our BioFlash
consists.




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Hardware Requirements

    Pentium @ 100MHz (minimum)
    32MB RAM (64MB recommended)
    USB Port


Compatible Operating Systems
   Windows 98/98SE with Device Driver
   Window 2000/ME and Windows XP


System Requirement

    A.   Plug in your USB Flash Disk only after the “Window 98/98SE installation” is
         completed.
    B.   Please download the “Windows 2000 Service Pack 3” or “Window XP SP1”
         from “Microsoft Website”



Before Use

    A. Please keep the BioFlash away from heat, direct sunlight, and moisture. Do
       not bend, flex, or drop the flash disk


    B. To prevent data loss and/or damage to the flash disk, please do not remove
       the flash disk from the USB port while data is transferring


    C. Please keep the sensor away from any sharp objects, such as keys and knives


    D. Do not store the BioFlash in dusty, dirty areas


    E. Do not paint the BioFlash. Paint can clog the parts and prevent proper
       operation




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Technical Specifications

Interface                  1.1 Compatible
Chip Sensor                Optical Image Sensor
Resolution                 508DPI
Minutia Size               <512bytes
ESD                        >20Kv
Verification Speed         <1 second
Scanning Speed             <1 second
Pixel Array                192 x 236
Gray Scale                 256
Operating Temperature      0 C ~ +50 C
Humidity                   0%~95% , RH non-condensing@ +60 C
Scan Area (mm)             9.6 x 11.8
I/O Support                USB




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                                Chapter 2.
Installation Guide
BioFlash Camera Driver installation
1 .Plug in BioFlash into any available USB port
    and please click Cancel                        2. Click “ Camera_ Driver ” Folder




3 .Choose Driver for Windows O.S.                 4. Click “ I Agree ”




Windows 2000 & XP :DrvFxO-101-A6009_2kxp
Windows 98 & ME :DrvFxO-101-A6009_me




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5. Please unplug and plug your BioFlash             6 .Click “ Next “




7. Click “ Continue Anyway “                        8 .Camera Driver installation
                                                        finished




Windows ME/2000/XP Installation
No driver installation is required for Window ME, 2000 or XP operating systems as
Windows has built-in drivers to support the BioFlash. Plug the Disk into the USB port
and it will be recognized by the system. Double click “My Computer” on the desktop,
you will see a “Removable Disk” drive icon, which represents the BioFlash.




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  Removing the disk under the Windows ME /2000/ XP

1. If    the     icon on the bottom right of the screen. Right click the “palm” icon in

     the taskbar and select “Exit”




2.      Double click the “Unplug or Eject Hardware” icon on the bottom right
         of the screen.




3.      Click “Stop” in the Unplug or Eject Hardware Window.


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4.   Select “USB Mass Storage Device” and click “OK”




5.   Click “OK” and remove BioFlash


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      As soon as you have decided to exit the BioFlash, please make sure you have
unplugged the BioFlash so that no one can access the data in the disk.



      Please make sure the LED is steady and not flashing before removing the flash
disk. If you remove the flash disk while the LED is flashing, it could result in data
loss and any damages to the files and the disk itself.



      If you do not follow the above procedure when removing the Flash Disk, data
may be lost due to a write cache issue, or a possibility for lost data to fall into the
wrong hands.




 Window 98/ 98SE Installation
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    Please unplug the BioFlash when undertaking the Window 98/98SE installation
    program


Run Setup.exe
1. Insert the Installation Disk into the CD Drive, go to the desktop and double click
   “My Computer”




2. Double click the icon “BioFlash”




3. Double click the folder “Driver”


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4. Double click on the icon “Setup”




5.   Select “Install or update driver” and click “Start”


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6. Click “Exit” to complete the driver installation




7. BioFlash Camera Driver installation


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1-1 Plug in BioFlash into any available USB port
    and please click Cancel                        1-2 Click “ Camera_ Driver ” Folder




1-3 Choose Driver for Windows O.S.                  1-4 Click “ I Agree ”




Windows 2000 & XP :DrvFxO-101-A6009_2kxp
Windows 98 & ME :DrvFxO-101-A6009_me
1-5 Please unplug and plug your BioFlash             1-6 Click “ Next “




1-7 Click “ Continue Anyway “                        1-8 Camera Driver installation

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                                                          finished




Removing the disk under the Windows 98/ 98SE


1. Right click the “palm” icon in the taskbar and select “Exit”




2. When using Windows 98/98SE, please remove the Biometric flash drive by
unplugging the device.


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     As soon as you have decided to exit the BioFlash, please make sure you have
unplugged the BioFlash so that no one can access the data in the disk.



    Please make sure the LED is steady and not flashing before removing the flash
disk. If you remove the flash disk while the LED is flashing, it could result in data
lose and any possible damages to the files and the disk itself.



    If you do not follow the above procedure when removing the Flash Disk, data
may be lost due to a write cache issue, or a possibility for lost data to fall into wrong
hands.




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                                  Chapter 3.
Starting with USB BioFlash

USB flash disk is a removable device to your PC. Please plug it into a
USB port before using it.

NOTE You have to click “Unplug or Eject” icon in your Windows tool bar before
removing USB flash disk from system. Windows 98/98SE does not have this function
(icon), but you must be more careful when unplugging USB flash disk in Windows
98/98SE. It is your responsibility to make sure all data transfer is completed before
your unplugging. The access LED in USB flash disk will stop its flashing after data is
transferred. This is a good indication for you to unplug USB flash disk.




First time enroll procedure
 The following step will only be necessary if this is your first time exercising the
BioFlash or after the disk has been recovered
 Plug the disk into any USB port available in your PC
1. Select “My Computer” icon and open the “Removable Disk”




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2. Double click on the icon “Run”




3. Enter the serial number provided in your package and click “ok” after completed




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4. Enroll your fingerprint by clicking one of your fingers. You may create any
   fingerprint with one of the fingers shown in the enrollment utility.




5. Follow the instruction on the bottom left-hand side to enroll the fingerprint. It will
   require the users to take at least 3 to 5 times to enroll successfully. You can adjust
   the “level of security” from lowest to the highest. Users can decide the degree of
   perplexity when the BioFlash identifies the users’ fingerprint images. It will
   increase the verification level of “fingerprint image authentication”.




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6. If you wish to enter the password (optional), select the “enable rescue password”
   and enter at least three digits passwords (It could be numbers or alphabets).



     It is highly recommended to enter more than six digits passwords in order to
minimize the probability of incorrect identification.




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7. “Fingerprint OK” will be shown after the enrollment completed. Click “Exit” to
   exit the enrollment.




          It is recommended to equip the fingerprint images as well as the password
     functions. The password function will act as secondary access security. In the
     event of sensor damaged, unclear fingerprint images or lost of fingers, password
     will replace the fingerprint images to become the primary access security



          Some users may have distinct fingerprint images, others may not. On the
     other hand, some may take a short time to enroll his/her fingerprint images,
     others may have to take a longer time. It is important to follow the procedure
     completely to enroll a clear fingerprint images so that any potential data stolen
     can be avoided.


Fingerprint Enrollment Adaption
In order to maximize the access security and to minimize the probability of incorrect
identification, obtaining accurate fingerprint images is critical for the enrollment
process.


The enrollment process consists of installing a complete digital image of your
fingerprint pattern from consecutive scanned images.


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To obtain the best result, select the section of your finger in which it will present
unique, clear rib and valley patterns


Step 1. Position for the center of your finger




Step 2. Align the center of your finger as close as possible to the center of the
fingerprint sensor and ensure firm contact with the black ring.




Step 3. Locate your finger directly on the fingerprint sensor

                                       Correct




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           Incorrect                                      Incorrect




Step 4. Apply just enough pressure with your finger so as to obtain a sharp image



     It is highly recommended to use the index finger as it will present the most
clear fingerprint image. In addition, enroll the identical fingerprint image more
than once to ensure successful verification, so to capture the characteristics of
users’ fingerprint images better.


 Access USB BioFlash
1. Plug-in USB flash disk into one of the USB port in your computer


2. Follow on the screen instructions




3. Now you may access the BioFlash




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4. Once the BioFlash has been detected, a “Palm” icon   should appear in the

    taskbar at the bottom right of your screen.




If the “Fingerprint ID + Biometrics Authentication” setting does not open
automatically, please follow the below instruction.

1   Select “My Computer” icon and open the “Removable Disk”




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2   Double click on the icon “Run”




      If you do not see ‘’Fingerprint ID + Biometrics Authentication’’ picture after
click ‘’RUN’’, implement Camera drive again.




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“Palm” icon configuration
Lock USB Flash Disk
 If you wish to lock the BioFlash after you have accessed the disk, right click the

   “palm” icon       in the taskbar and select “Lock USB flash disk”. The BioFlash

   will lock automatically.




Unlock USB Flash Disk:
 If you wish to access the files in the BioFlash after you have selected the “lock USB

Flash Disk” feature, there is a “Palm” icon     in the taskbar at the bottom right of

your screen




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1.   Right click the “Palm” icon      and select “Unlock USB Flash Disk”




2.   Please follow the instruction




Enroll additional/delete fingerprint images (Changing password):

1. Right click the “palm” icon       in the taskbar and select “Change Password”




2. After the fingerprint image has been verified, the enrollment utility will appear.


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3. Click the fingerprint images that you have previously enrolled, a screen will show
   up. Select “Yes” if you wish to delete the fingerprint image




          It is highly recommended to reserve at least one fingerprint image in
    the flash disk to avoid any potential data loss in the flash disk.




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Handling and Cleaning Procedure

The fingerprint sensor ought to be protected against any direct contacts with metal
objects such as keys. This could result in permanent damage to the sensor and affect
the quality of fingerprint image capturing performance. Please insert the BioFlash in
its leatherette case to protect it during transportation.
In normal use, frequent cleaning of the sensor surface is recommended


To clean the finger drive ring and the sensor surface, follow these steps:


1. Remove the electrical power from the fingerprint sensor by unplugging it from the
   computer


2. Use any clean cloth with any type of household kitchen or window cleaner


     Do not use chlorine-based cleaners, non-chlorine bleach, or chlorine-based
     bathroom or mildew cleaners. Chlorine based cleaners will not necessarily affect
     the functionality of the finger print sensor, however it will discolor the finger
     drive and could damage the surrounding circuitry around the fingerprint sensor.


     Do not use any solvents, such as acetone, paint thinner, turpentine, etc. It will not
     adversely affect the sensor, solvents may dissolute and damage the surrounding
     enclosure and peripheral components to the sensor.


3. Wet the cloth with one of the cleaners mentioned above, but it can not be soaking
   or dripping wet. Gently rub the sensor surface with cloth, slowly rotating the cloth
   thus a new, clean surface of the cloth is constantly exposed to the sensor surface.


4.    After cleaning, gently rub the sensor surface with dry cloth. Clean the cloth each
     time as the sensor is cleaned.




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