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Intel management engine interface cannot start (code 10)

Posted on 2008-10-14
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I installed a USB printer. After the installation, i did a test print and it took over a minute to actually print. After looking around, i found that the "Intel Management Engine Interface" in the device manager under system devices has a yellow exclaimation point on it. I'm guessing this is the cause of the issue. The reason says, "it cannot start, (code 10)"

I've tried uninstalling it and rebooting. Reloading the driver. Updating the driver. I'm lost.

PC is HP dc7700 small form factor
Printer is HP p3005dn
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Try this:
Start > Run > type Regedit ... see the picture attach below. Make a backup file on the right, rename it differ, then click on noclass and change value to 0.

regedit-2.JPG
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thanks punky. that worked.
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