The intel r management engine interface is being reset

This upday causes constant MEIx64 Event Codes 1,3 and 4 to be written to the System Event Log. I am running a clean install of Windows 10 on a Dell XPS 8700 computer. I noticed this trouble last week while installing these motorists from the Dell website so I remounted WIndows 10 intentionally avoiding this update. I reported the difficulty to Dell yet I think they ignored it. How can I remove this update.

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Windows Upday doesn"t offer me the alternative to rerelocate it.

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Replied on August 24, 2015
In reply to A. User's article on August 21, 2015
Hi Jeff,

I had actually and I still have the exact same difficulty with the driver for the "Intel Management Engine Interface". After installing the newest version of Intel ( or variation 1158)or the automatic installation of the driver by the upday use of Windows 10, the system will not rebootandboot aget. Unfortunatelythe defended mode of Windows doesn`t boot likewise.

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The problem is that Windows 10 will pressure anupdate to the latest driver automatically. So it is not possible to install an older variation of the driver which doesn`t reason the boot faiattract.

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My existing solution is to deaktivate the interconfront by the drive manager. After a brand-new installation of Windows 10 the interface is shown as "PCI interaction device". After the first updays Windows is installalling thedriver and also shows the interface through its correct name ... than you need to deaktivate the interconfront prior to the first reboot!


Dear Harkanwar,

I choose Windows 10 exceptionally a lot even the device has actually still some bugs. But in my opinion Windows 10 Home should also have actually a possibility to choose and deaktivate updates choose it remained in Windows 7 or 8. Indeed their will be equal difficulties in the future via brand-new drivers or some bugs in hot fixes...