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Posted on 01-21-17 07:41 PM Link | #81039
So a few days ago, I started running into a few lag issues on my computer and went and tried fixing the issue in MSConfig (I reverted everything I changed). Now I've got all of these drivers not working and my computer has basically been rendered usless becuase it won't connect to Wi-Fi. I, think, I got the problem rooted to its' base and this is the error on a driver that leads me to think this got corrupted


The driver s called Imtel(R) Management Engine Interface and it keeps giving me some sort of error code 10. And yes, I have re-downloaded the same driver but it just gabe me the same error. If you know of any solution, then please help. I have close to 400 GB of storage and I don't want to lose it

Posted on 02-01-17 01:53 PM Link | #81188
Error 10 is a generic-ish driver error when the driver was unable to start, possibly due to registry or driver corruption.

Did you only install the new drivers on top of the old ones? You might need to do a clean install by completely removing every Intel driver in your computer and then installing the new one(s). Uninstall every Intel driver on the Device Manager and on the Programs and Features lists, and just to be sure you could also afterwards try DisplayDriverUninstaller (needs to be in Safe Mode to use) and choose the Intel option to clean all previous Intel files.

In case that doesn't help, maybe this will. If you decide to use the automated tool, "Find and fix problems with devices and hardware" is probably what you'll need. I'd recommend not editing the registry unless everything else fails.

I saw someone else say that resetting the BIOS to the defaults worked too if you want to try it (write down the old settings too), but I don't think this would solve it since you didn't touch the BIOS, but might as well mention it.
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