I've tried umpty times to install Windows 10 on my Panasonic CF-S9 laptop currently running Windows 7 SP1 64 bit. Each time I stall at the preparation phase when the installer identifies a program that isn't compatible and needs to be uninstalled. Intel Dynamic Power Performance Management is the culprit. I get error code 8024000B showing in Windows Update for the failed attempts.
But I have tried uninstalling it on separate occasions from Control Panel, and with System Mechanic & CCleaner (I use System Restore to go back before trying a new option...). But, I always end with the same failure in the Win 10 install. I've tried updating Intel drivers, rolling back the relevant driver, and clean boots blocking non-Microsoft processes, with same result.
I even tried the advice aimed at Win 7 installs at
to rename Spupdsvc.exe
I also went into Safe Mode to rename intelppm.sys but was prohibited for lacking permission.
Any advice would be much appreciated!
Cheers - Andy