Thank you very much! I’ve checked some other nearly identical VM’s and they just have “Default Monitor” and a virtualbox display adapter. I started at 20 and went to 14 so that I could get 3 which listed different ‘probably caused by”s. Finally click OK and restart your computer. Apparently happens with XP embedded too. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. I’m very agreeded to you,!!

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I thought maybe while doing this I bumped the old computer but I don’t remember being rough.

Here are intelppm.zys three other different logs if you are able to tell what other problems I should look at Your suggestion solved the issue, thank you. Posted 04 April – Type the following command to navigate to “C: I’ve solved the issue thanks to your detailed explanation. Unable to verify timestamp for m4cxw2k3.

The most annoying thing is my own stupidity. That’s for the heads up on this.

Fixed: intelppm.sys Blue Screen Error

KiIdleThread0 e nt! The drivers probably provides functionality like CPU scaling which are likely not supported by these virtualization platforms.


After applying the instructions from “xok” I had the problem where the screen resolution and colour depth for my Windows VM was locked at x and 4-bit. If a kernel debugger is available get the stack backtrace.

I ran checkdisk and there was no errors, but this is with “intelppm.

I am in the process of setting up a new computer and part of that means moving all my VMs. I’ll put the details of the problem below: As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in nitelppm.sys forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged in.

Also if I need to re-install windows xp on this machine in the future is there a better way to install aka disable this disble before it starts installingor do I just install normally until I get to desktop as it seems, at the moment anyway, it usually can get that far before restarting? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.

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When you say “reinstall the intelpp.msys drivers which i am using” what do you mean? Which method worked for you? Opened 12 years ago.

Crash of VM on first shutdown, blue screen: Also remember the checkdisk runs fine with “Volume is clean” if I run with intelppm.


FIX: CPU Not Running at Full Speed in Windows – – Windows Tips & How-tos

Remove Unused Drivers and Devices – http: I thought I disablee on to a winner at that point. Click here to troubleshoot Windows errors and optimize system performance. The problem appeared when I updated VirtualBox to v 3.

Eventually after compiling a list of loaded drivers in normal vs safe mode EDIT: Simon Gorton Sep 02, W7 host with XP guest virtualbox moved to W81 host with vmware workstation.

BSOD and intelppm.sys

Now I have this problem. I was stuck in the same place as novafreak69, the only difference being that I was running a Windows Server ’03 machine, not XP, but the fix should work in both I think.

Main thing I’m wondering is what the intelppm. Description last modified by frank diff My laptop is a Centrino, had to follow this workaround for p3. Possble malware, possible damaged system file.

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