Repair Intelppm.sys BSOD Error on Windows 10

The Blue Screen of Death error occurs when something is corrupted in the Windows file system. If the BSOD screen indicates that intelppm.sys is the root cause of the BSOD error, it is most likely due to driver corruption.

This happens when a driver is updated or when a resource-intensive application is launched. To fix this problem, you need to repair the damaged file or do some tweaks. All of these methods are described in this article.

What is intelppm.sys?

The intelppm.sys file is one of the BSOD errors that occur when starting the computer. The Intelppm.sys file was created by Microsoft for the development of the Windows operating system. The sys file is usually located under the Win32 Exe category.

However, there are many reasons that can lead to the intelppm.sys BSOD error. We list a few here:

  • The intelppm.sys file could not be found.
  • The intelppm.sys file failed to load.
  • The file intelppm.sys is missing or corrupt.

Whatever the reason, the most important thing is to fix this intelppm.sys BSOD error. In the next section, we’ll show you the solutions.

Usually, when you encounter intelppm.sys error, you can restart your computer and see if it can start normally. If the restart does not take effect, try restarting your computer from bootable media to enter Safe Mode and try the following solutions.

Edit Registry

Editing the registry and restarting your computer should fix the problem at the end.

  • Type “regedit” in the search box and just hit Enter.
  • Access to this key head
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Services \ Intelppm
  • Now double click on the “Start” DWORD value on the right to edit it.
  • Then set “Data Value:” to “4”.
  • Then click OK to save the changes to your computer.
  • Close the Registry Editor window.
  • Restart your computer for the changes to take effect.

After restarting the device, the “intelppm.sys” error message no longer appears.

Start System Restore

  • Open the Accessory Race.
  • To open System Restore, under Run, type rstrui and click OK.
  • If the System Restore window contains this option, select a different restore point and click Next.
  • Select the Show more restore points check box.
  • Select a restore point.
  • Click the Scan for Affected Programs button to see what software will be removed for the restore point.
  • Click the Next button and select Finish.

Reset Windows 10

  • Open the Windows 10 search box by pressing Windows + S keys.
  • Enter the reset keyword in the search box and select “Reset this PC” to open the settings as shown below.
  • Click Start to open the recording window directly below it.
  • Select the Keep my files option.
  • Click the Next button and select Finish to confirm.