Windows 10: My MSI decided to bsod, and now I can't get back on it.

  1.    28 Jan 2016 #1

    My MSI decided to bsod, and now I can't get back on it.


    Sorry in advance if I make any mistakes. As I am a computer novice. So I am running an msi gaming g series computer, and I just got it a few days ago. It hasn't really had any problems until now, I shut it down with Skype running (which I've done nearly every time ) and when I try to get back on, it shows me the bsod. There Is 1 error that comes up, " KERNAL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE" after 3 restarts it goes to a screen that
    alloews me to continue to Windows 10, which just makes it downright crash so I haven't found any way to get back on my computer. Please help!!
    Last edited by IIMandalorianII; 28 Jan 2016 at 14:08. Reason: Bad grammar :P
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       29 Jan 2016 #2

    Please let your system crash 3 times, that should boot you to the troubleshooting options.
    Go to the advanced options, there you see an option called 'command prompt', click on it.
    In command prompt enter following command
    Code:
    start msconfig
    Msconfig should open, click on the tab 'Boot'.
    In the tab 'Boot', in the left corner below you see 'Boot options', click on safe mode, then click on 'Apply' and 'ok' (first Apply then OK).
    You get a message that asks for a reboot, click yes, ok or allow and let the system boot in safe mode.

    If above instructions go proper you can boot in safe mode from where we can troubleshoot.
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