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  1.    05 Jan 2016 #21
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    I wasn't sure if this should get its own thread or not. I've had the kernel security check failure twice today, and the only clue I have is that the first time happened when I tried to open Photoshop and the second time happened while it was open.

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  2.    16 Jan 2016 #22
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    NVIDIA has posted a Hotfix driver that seems to fix the issue for most people: GeForce HotFix driver 361.60

    Changelog:
    • Crashes in Photoshop & Illustrator
    • Install & clocking related issues
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  3.    17 Jan 2016 #23
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    Bowie
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    Nice to hear it. At least we know it's nVIDIA's problem.

    It's a coincidence that when my laptop got messed up mysteriously some weeks ago, I formatted it, installed everything again, and suddenly this happens, crazy BSOD's. That made me questioning if the laptop was dying, damn.

    Why all the problems have to happen at the same time!!??

    This is the original nVIDIA link, posted 5 days ago:
    https://forums.geforce.com/default/t...driver-361-60/

    It has the same link DennisA put.
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  4.    19 Jan 2016 #24
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    Hi, I have the same problem with Lenovo Y410p and I do the steps that MaxCasey said, but it doesnt work, I been making research and some post mention that I have to install all my drivers and I did it, but do someone know´s some aplication to upgrade my drivers?


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  5.    19 Jan 2016 #25
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    I had Windows 10 preinstalled, updated ALL my drivers from Asus' website, still BSOD. So I went ahead and installed Windows 8.1 thinking it's a W10 thing, had a hard time finding drivers for 8.1, but got them using Driver Navigator... Still BSOD. Safe to say now that having all the drivers or updating them got nothing to do with the BSODs.

    For me it crashed and gave Kernel_Security_Check_Failure whenever I used an adobe or graphics app... On1 Perfect Photo, Photoshop, Audition, etc... even when running with the Integrated GPU or High Performance Nvidia

    Does it crash and give the same error to everyone when starting a graphics app or is it different?

    I'll update Nvidia with the latest hotfix 361.60 and update my reply

    Update: 25 January 2016
    So far so good, but haven't tried everything yet. If this post isn't updated again, it means no issues are found.
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  6.    25 Jan 2016 #26
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    thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by DennisA View Post
    NVIDIA has posted a Hotfix driver that seems to fix the issue for most people: GeForce HotFix driver 361.60

    Changelog:
    • Crashes in Photoshop & Illustrator
    • Install & clocking related issues
    Thanks! That did it!
    Handbrake was also not working - it would crash on file open.
    Tried updating Handbrake, chkdsk, etc . This hotfix did it.
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  7.    27 Jan 2016 #27
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    Driver 361.75 has been released. I suppose it has fixed all these issues. There's a new Geforce Experience version.

    Geforece Experience: Download GeForce Experience | NVIDIA | GeForce

    Driver 361.75: http://www.nvidia.com/download/drive...px/97761/en-us
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  8.    28 Jan 2016 #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by rambomhtri View Post
    Driver 361.75 has been released. I suppose it has fixed all these issues.
    Yes it does fix the issue. They said so in their change-log for the driver:
    http://us.download.nvidia.com/Window...ease-notes.pdf

    Had this issue occurring with me as well (crash while using photoshop), and I had downgraded my graphics card driver to version 359.06
    (I also had BSOD's on boot sometimes, and the downgrade helped that too)

    So this was definitely a driver problem. Glad it wasn't hardware related
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  9.    29 Jan 2016 #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by bsquared View Post
    Yes it does fix the issue. They said so in their change-log for the driver:
    http://us.download.nvidia.com/Window...ease-notes.pdf

    Had this issue occurring with me as well (crash while using photoshop), and I had downgraded my graphics card driver to version 359.06
    (I also had BSOD's on boot sometimes, and the downgrade helped that too)

    So this was definitely a driver problem. Glad it wasn't hardware related
    Yeah, glad it wasn't.

    Now imagine your laptop goes all crazy and suddenly, from night to day, starts freezing and doing some crazy sh!t it has not done in the last 3 years.

    You format it, and these new problematic drivers (now old) of nVIDIA get released right when you formatted the PC. You got your formatted PC, with everything recently installed and fresh, you expect it to be so fast, and you start to get BSOD when opening Photoshop and other programs. I was like "What is it now???? For God's sake!!!!". I though my laptop had died, cause that didn't happen the day before. Of course it took me like 2 days before I realized the nVIDIA drivers where different from what I had the day before. Who would have figured out that.
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