Windows 10: BSOD: Kernel Security Check Failure - can't get into Windows.
BSOD: Kernel Security Check Failure - can't get into Windows.
Since I changed to my new hard-drive I have had random issues with BSOD's trying to get into Windows.
The BSOD I get is: Kernel Security Check Failure
Usually, I just need to restart the computer, but now I can't get in at all.
I believe it has to do with some drivers, since the hardware has worked well in Win 8.1
Please see attached file, all help is appreciated!
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I built this computer and even from its first bootup it has given me problems.
-first i had bad memory 2 sticks of mushkin DDR3 2400 Blackline.
-then windows would not want to install GTA V, because of bad memory.
-NOW everything runs fine, but...
Today i was opening battlenet and nvidia geforce experience at the same time
i got this blue screen saying " kernal security check failure :("
here is minidump
Just finished building my new computer. I've been getting Kernel Security Check Failure BSOD's nearly every day. They happen at no time in particular. Here is my file. Any help is appreciated :).
I built this computer a year or so ago and upgraded to Windows 10 only recently. I have had no problems at all until yesterday. BSOD now happens quite often. In fact, I'm expecting it to happen any minute now.
I have tried googling the problem...
Recieving the BSOD once a day, at least. My drivers are up to date so far as I know and I've tried various methods of troubleshooting including the steps outlined here:
What does the Kernel Security Check Failure Blue Screen error mean?...