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Program info

Estimated safety rating


igfxpers.exe is a program which is probably NOT a virus. So, if igfxpers.exe is on your computer, it is probably ok, and will NOT cause problems. Even if your system is clean, it is still recommended to run a well-known antivirus with a good track record, in order to defend your system against threats.

Executable file path


Usually, this application is found in C:\Windows\System32\igfxpers.exe.

MD5 hash of the executable file


The MD5 checksum for this file is 5d836f63676305d99c179f024e2210cb.

Is running as a service


This application does NOT operate as a Windows service. This is normally a good sign.

Is a 32 bit executable file


This program runs in 32-bit mode. It does not exploit the entire power of modern computer CPUs. This is quite normal because the publishers did not upgrade it to 64-bit code.

File description

 persistence Module

The description present in the exe is persistence Module.

File version

File version stored as a property


 Intel Corporation

Maker Intel Corporation.


 Copyright 1999-2006, Intel Corporation

Intellectual property rights notice Copyright 1999-2006, Intel Corporation.

Has valid windows


This application does NOT have visible elements of user interface. This is most likely a bad sign.

Potentially dangerous functions


Some insecure features of Windows appear to be used, such as functions for tapping the keyboard. We recommend you to be very careful regarding this program.

Digitally signed


igfxpers.exe has a digital signature. Today most serious programs are digitally signed.

Valid digital signature


The digital signature extracted from igfxpers.exe checks out perfectly. This is excellent.

Certifier name

 Intel Corporation

Digitally signed by: Intel Corporation

Issuer name

 VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing 2004 CA

Certificate's issuer name: VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing 2004 CA

Starts with windows


This executable is set up to start when the computer boots. Yes

Can be uninstalled


This program does NOT have a removal routine stored in registry.