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Intel Persistance Module

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SteveC

#1
What does this do? I disabled it to try to find what is crashing my Vista installation every Friday. Harddisk churns and it crashed with BSOD 12 times and suddenly at 450pm it stopped; now 6:39 and no more problems. Rock solid. What goes on? This is not anything that I schedule or virus protection; nothing of a program I know about.
 

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Charles W Davis

#2
SteveC
Try searching for "persistance module" in Help and Support.
Maybe someone can help. Maybe someone on either of the other forums (not
newsgroups) that you have posted the question to can help.
"SteveC" <sconklan.nospam.yahoo.com> wrote in message
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What does this do? I disabled it to try to find what is crashing my Vista
installation every Friday. Harddisk churns and it crashed with BSOD 12
times and suddenly at 450pm it stopped; now 6:39 and no more problems. Rock
solid. What goes on? This is not anything that I schedule or virus
protection; nothing of a program I know about.
 

My Computer

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SteveC

#3
Process name: persistence Module

Product: Intel(R) Common User Interface or igfxpers.exe

Company: Intel Corporation (www.intel.com)

File: igfxpers.exe

Apparently has to do with nvidia class video cards and is not necessary. I doubt it is the culprit but I no longer use it.

"Charles W Davis" <Anthemwebs@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:e37oDTsEIHA.5360@xxxxxx
SteveC
Try searching for "persistance module" in Help and Support.
Maybe someone can help. Maybe someone on either of the other forums (not
newsgroups) that you have posted the question to can help.
"SteveC" <sconklan.nospam.yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:683A9333-37B4-4FD0-8D5A-63132CB790CF@xxxxxx
What does this do? I disabled it to try to find what is crashing my Vista
installation every Friday. Harddisk churns and it crashed with BSOD 12
times and suddenly at 450pm it stopped; now 6:39 and no more problems. Rock
solid. What goes on? This is not anything that I schedule or virus
protection; nothing of a program I know about.
 

My Computer

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SteveC

#4
I will say this; I had disabled it last weekend and my PC did not crash during the week. Yesterday, I installed an update to the video card, which re-enabled it and the crashes started back. This may be a coincidence. Post hoc ergo propter hoc. A logical fallacy.


"SteveC" <sconklan.nospam.yahoo.com> wrote in message news:683A9333-37B4-4FD0-8D5A-63132CB790CF@xxxxxx
What does this do? I disabled it to try to find what is crashing my Vista installation every Friday. Harddisk churns and it crashed with BSOD 12 times and suddenly at 450pm it stopped; now 6:39 and no more problems. Rock solid. What goes on? This is not anything that I schedule or virus protection; nothing of a program I know about.
 

My Computer

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