Intelppm.sys error is one of Windows 10’s driver system files (for Intel architecture). There are a few BSOD (blue screen) error messages that can include intelppm.sys. 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 with Driver Booster 6
- Open the Driver Booster 6 page, here.
- Click Download Free to install the software to Windows 10.
- DB 6 will automatically scan system drivers upon launch. Thereafter, users can press an Update Now button to update the listed device drivers.
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.
3. Edit the Registry
- Users can also disable the intelppm.sys driver file to fix its BSOD errors. To do that, 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.
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