Windows 10: Canít boot with Intel PTT enabled in BIOS

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    windows 10 pro (1607)
       16 Dec 2017 #1

    Canít boot with Intel PTT enabled in BIOS

    got a new Lenovo Yoga 720 with Win 10, was doing all the updates. I think the Intel Management Engine firmware update had a failure. Itís not listed in device manager and I canít manually or automatically install a driver or see it in device manager. If I set intel PTT to disable in the BIOS, I can boot and also see TPM in device manager with code 10, but canít update the driver. I updated the bios, downgraded, updated again. No change. I can toggle boot on and off with the PTT setting.

    should I rma it? Iíve run out of ideas. Hoping you experts can help.
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