Windows 10: BSOD: Kernel_Security_Check_Failure Solved

  1.    15 Aug 2015 #1

    BSOD: Kernel_Security_Check_Failure

    Hello. I upgraded to Windows 10 yesterday and have started receiving these BSODs on a regular basis. I never had any issues before in Windows 7.

    I upgraded with a clean install, that is I kept no files whatsoever on my C:// disk.

    The error is as stated in the title: Kernel Security Check Failure

    I ran a memory test but nothing showed up there, I also reinstalled my graphics driver along with audio/motherboard drivers.

    EDIT: Also tried removing some RAM and only running with 2x8GB sticks. Ran Memtest86 and passed with no errors.
    Last edited by notoes; 16 Aug 2015 at 04:48.
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  2.    20 Aug 2015 #2

    Figured it out, I think. Havn't had a BSOD since.

    It was a driver I used for streaming, Breakaway Live to split the audio into two separate channels.
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