Ialmdd5.dll is part of Intel Graphics Accelerator Drivers for Windows NT. The file is developed by Intel Corporation. The file is generally found in the subfolder of C:\System, and the most common size of the file is 902,266 bytes.
When playing a computer game such as Guild Wars 2, Tiger Woods 08, or Command and Conquer Generals: Zero Hour, you get a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) error, and the error message points to ialmdd5.dll. You may receive any of the following or a different error messages when this happens:
"A problem has been detected and Windows has to shut down to prevent damage to the computer............ The problem seems to be caused by the following file ialmdd5.dll
â€œStop: 0x0000008E(0xC000001D, 0xBF0CBF34, 0xA779C638, 0x00000000) ialmdd5.DLL - Address BF0CBF34 base at BF07E000, Date stamp 00000000â€
â€œBugCheck 1000008E, c0000005, bfa37193, f7a3eb78, 0 Probably caused by: ialmdd5.DLL ( ialmdd5+12193 )â€
The ialmdd5.dll BSOD error is quite common. The good news, however, is that you can easily fix the issue.
As in the case of many computer errors, we first recommend that you scan your computer using a reliable antimalware tool. Malware infections, as you may know, are the number one cause of application errors such as the ones listed above. In case scan results show that your computer is clean, move on to the next step, i.e., uninstall your current Intel video driver and reinstall the latest Intel video drivers from the Intel website.
Although you may be able to locate the latest Intel video drivers on other websites, we strongly recommend that you donâ€™t download drivers from any place other than the Intel official website. This is because many websites are known to push malicious programs by disguising them or bundling them with genuine files or programs.
If you need help on uninstalling your current Intel video driver, this is what you need to do:
- Click Start.
- Click Control Panel.
- Click Performance and Maintenance.
- In the Performance and Maintenance window, click the System icon.
- In the System Properties window, click Hardware.
- Click Device Manager.
- Double-click your current Intel video driver.
- Click the Driver tab.
- Click the Uninstall button and follow the onscreen instructions to uninstall the driver.