- The intelppm.sys BSOD error is a common BSoD error that users have been experiencing.
- Like all BSoD errors, there are a few things that you can try to do in order to prevent it from appearing anymore.
- To learn more about these particularly troublesome errors, visit our BSoD Hub.
- All other PC errors have been extensively covered in our Troubleshooting section, so visit that too.
The PAGE FAULT IN NONPAGED AREA STOP 0×00000050 intelppm.sys error is just one example of the numerous related errors messages.
Some affected users had they say about the error.
I am frequently getting BSOD errors with error code that intelppm.sys has stopped working. Alternate black and white boxes like a chess board appear on my screen then my computer freezes and BSOD is displayed. It happens 3-4 times a week.
Check out the solutions below.
How to fix the Intelppm.sys BSOD Error in Windows 10?
1. Update Device Drivers
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2. Scan the Registry
- Click Free Download on CCleaner’s webpage, and then install the software with the downloaded setup wizard.
- Open CCleaner’s window, and click Registry on the left.
- Select all the registry checkboxes, and press the Scan for issues button.
- Thereafter, click Fix selected issues.
- A dialog box window will open from which users can select to back up the registry first. Select either Yes or No according to preference.
- Press the Fix All Selected Issues button to confirm.
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3. Edit the Registry
- Press the Windows key + R hotkey.
- Enter regedit in the Open box and click OK to open the Registry Editor.
- Then open this registry path:
- Double-click Start DWORD to open the Edit DWORD window.
- Enter ‘4’ in the Value data box and click OK.
- Next, browse to this path in the Registry Editor:
- Select the Intelppm subkey, and double-click the Start DWORD.
- Delete the current value in the Value data box, and then enter ‘4’ as the replacement value.
- Click the OK button.
- Thereafter, restart Windows.
4. Run System Restore
- Open the Run accessory.
- To open System Restore, enter rstrui in Run and click OK.
- Select Choose a different restore point if the System Restore window includes that option, and press the Next button.
- Click the Show more restore points checkbox.
- Choose a restore point.
- Press the Scan for affected programs button to check what software gets removed for a restore point.
- Click the Next button, and select the Finish option.
5. Reset Windows 10
- Open Windows 10’s search box by pressing the Windows key + S hotkey.
- Input the keyword reset in the search box select Reset this PC to open Settings as shown directly below.
- Click Get started to open the window in the shot directly below.
- Select the Keep my files option.
- Press the Next button, and select the Finish option to confirm.
By following these steps you should be able to use your PC again normally, and no longer have to deal with errors like the intelppm.sys BSOD error.
We would like to know which of these solutions is the most efficient, so it would help if you let us know which ones you used by leaving us a message in the comments section below.
Editor's Note: This article was originally published in June 2019 and was revamped and updated in October 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.