Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing.
Consequently, the Dynamic Platform & Thermal Framework doesn’t work when that driver issue arises. If your PC’s Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Manager have a driver problem like that, check out these potential resolutions for it.
How can I fix the Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Manager driver issue?
First, try fixing the Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Manager driver issue with DriverFix. DriverFix Pro will automatically update drivers for devices with outdated, corrupted, or missing drivers.
DriverFix’s super quick scans provide you with a comprehensive overview of your system device drivers and which ones need attention. The software updates drivers from a database of more than 18 million driver files.
Other useful DriverFix features
- DriverFix users can schedule driver scans
- Includes a driver backup utility
- DriverFix’s download manager shows driver download progress
- Live chat support provided for DriverFix
This lightweight tool will easily resolve the Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Manager driver issue.
2. Update your PC’s BIOS
To update your PC’s BIOS, you’ll need to open your PC manufacturer’s driver downloads page in a browser. For example, users with ASUS PCs will need to open the driver download section on the ASUS website.
Then you’ll need to enter your laptop’s or desktop’s model and platform details on the manufacturer’s website to open a specific driver download page for it.
You can find all the exact details required on Windows 10’s System Information window.