Are you using Hello and finding some bugs? What device is it on? Which method of authentication (facial recognition, iris scan, fingerprint scan)? How are you configured? Post your bug reports here in as much detail as possible so the community can help find solutions if possible.

Personally, I\’m disappointed with my experiences trying to use this feature. I purchased the Intel Realsense F200 camera recently. Which by the way was $200 after taxes and import costs since I\’m in Canada. And so far, it\’s worked 2 or 3 times. So needless my experience has been lackluster and I regret spending the money. My system specs are as follows: CPU – Intel i7 4970k @ 4.8GhzVideo Card – EVGA GTX 980Ram – 16GB G.Skill F3-2400GhzMotherboard – ASUS Maximus VII Hero Z97Storage – 256GB Samsung 850 Pro (OS only)PSU – EVGA 120-G2-1000W I know my specs aren\’t the issue. I\’ve recalibrated the camera dozens of times including using the option in settings to "improve recognition" after initial calibration. Doesn\’t seem to help. Whenever I restart my system and attempt to use facial sign-in it says "looking for me" and fails to recognize me 99% of the time. My face is approx 1.5 feet in front of the camera. Room lighting doesn\’t seem to change anything. I should also note that when calibrating my Windows Hello that it displays me in a black and white image. When using the camera in Skype the image is fine and shows in color. I\’ve re-installed drivers several times and the latest SDK. I\’ve read others complaining about this issue online due to some driver conflicts. On a side note, I realise this is a known issue but I also suffer from the issue of my camera not powering on after resuming from sleep mode. I have tried the work around of adjusting power management settings in device manager of my USB ports but sadly that changed nothing for me. So far, this $200 purchase was a complete waste of money for me. I get it\’s all new technology and there\’s the risk nothing will work properly but I did expect it to work at least 60% of the time. I\’m hoping that some new drivers from Intel will be released soon to fix some of these bugs soon.

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