We all know that after updating to Windows 10 it is possible to experience various bugs and issues due to system incompatibility problems.
Similar and by keeping this in mind, we might also get an Intel Service Manager Crash Report alert which will basically prompt us to make some changes within our system in order to address this problem.
So, in case you have recently received the Intel services manager crash error on your system, then you should follow the steps from below in order to learn how to easily address this stressful and annoying issue.
Basically, you will be able to fix your problem by applying a few updates, though if the error persists you will have to dig deeper in finding what’s the real cause; anyway, we will talk more about this during the guidelines from below.
Now, usually, the Inter-Services Manager Crash Report error is being displayed after a reboot of your system or after you apply a new Windows 10 update.
You might get numerous alerts on that matter, or you should be able to temporarily address the problem by restarting your device. Anyway, for a proper troubleshooting solution, check the lines from below.
How do I Fix Intel services manager crash error?
1. Update your system drivers
As it was have already pointed out, in Windows 10 most of the problems are related to incompatibility issues. Well, in this case, the problem might be caused due to same reasons or by a driver corruption in your system.
So, the best way in which you can fix your errors will be in getting the latest drivers and updates from your manufacturer official website. Also, it is recommended to update your BIOS chipset driver too, as there might be some problems related to the same.
We strongly recommend TweakBit’s Driver Updater (approved by Microsoft and Norton) to automatically download all the outdated drivers on your PC. It’s a great tool which scans for updates as antivirus scans for threats.
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Once your drivers are up to date, check if the problem is resolved. Usually, this process is fixing the Windows 10 Intel Services Manager Crash errors; but if on your device you are still experiencing the same alert, then try to apply the next guidelines.
2. Disable Intel App Center
- Go to your Start Screen.
- From there press Wind + R dedicated keyboard keys.
- The Run box will be displayed.
- On the same enter msconfig.
- Go to the Startup tab and just uncheck the Intel App Center box in order to disable the same.
- Apply the changes, click Ok and then reboot your device.
Scan your computer
In rare situations, the Intel-related crash error might be caused by malware. Well, in that case, you should download an anti-malware program (such as Malwarebytes) and install the same on your device. Then run a full scan and wait while the antimalware program is removing infected files or tools from your system. Finally, check to see if the problem is still there.
FAQ: Learn more about the Intel ServiceManager
- What is the Intel Service Manager?
The Intel Service Manager is a non-essential software component. While it is not part of Windows, but it is important nonetheless for certain windows processes.
- What can an Intel Service Manager issue lead to?
An obsolete or defective version of ServiceManager.exe can cause problems for your computer that can range from slowness to error messages
- Can I turn off the Intel Service manager?
The program is non-essential for the proper functioning of Windows, but you can terminate it using the Windows Task Manager.
In addition to the guidelines from above, you can anytime send a report of your problem to the Intel official support page by using this link. So, that was all for now as those were the troubleshooting solutions to apply when dealing with Intel services manager crash Error in Windows 10.
Let us know which of our solutions helped you best by leaving us a message in the comments section below.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in June 2018 and has been since revamped and updated in March 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.