Windows 10: November update (12.11.2015) BSOD "Kernel Security check failure"

  1.    12 Nov 2015 #1

    November update (12.11.2015) BSOD "Kernel Security check failure"

    Hi all, Im new!

    Just got a call from home that my computer upgraded Windows 10 (today's big update/upgrade).
    And when they tried to switch it off stopped at this BSOD (0x0000139 or something) and "Kernel Security Check Failure".
    The system had 0 problems from the first Insider build till now.

    The minidump file can't even be debugged in Windbg (emailed it to a friend in IT) because there are no Symbols from MS jet.

    HDD is fine so is Memory (we did a check 1 week ago)
    Will try to upload what I need in a zip by the instruction here but can't do that for few days because I'm not at home.

    Any short info what could have happend ? Driver issue ? Maybe Windows updated some drivers on / after the update?
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