Yes it should do. I don't think there is a special removal tool and you just remove it as you normally would.
1) Downloaded the drivers you requested from here - Product Support | Dell US . I ran Dell System Detect to make sure I got the correct drivers.
2) I'm not sure if I installed the correct ones as you requested. I installed this - Intel Management Engine Interface Driver Driver Details | Dell US , and this - Intel HM67 Chipset Driver Driver Details | Dell US, and this - Realtek HD Audio ALC269 Driver Driver Details | Dell US .
3) I rebooted my PC. The boot up froze (the loading icon stopped spinning) so I had to restart my PC. After the login screen, there was another automatic Realtek installation and I had to reboot again. Boot up froze again. Restarted my PC.
4) Ran sfc/scannow. Found corrupt files but was unable to fix.
5) Ran dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth.
6) Ran sfc/scannow again. Still found corrupt files but was unable to fix.
Attached are the log files after I did step 6.
You mentioned a legacy driver for my Radeon card. Which one exactly should I download? I'm thinking about downloading all the Win 8 drivers over the weekend (I have a separate weekend mobile data quota) and then when I get the W10 ISO I'll reinstall W10 and install the new Win 8 drivers.
Or perhaps I should just go back to Win 7?
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