Windows 10: Kernel_security_check_failure

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  1. Posts : 11,493
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       13 Jun 2016 #41

    Almost forgot this one
    Wouldn't I have a record of any/all Windows updates?
    That is there on your system Windows Update History - View in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
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       13 Jun 2016 #42

    I don't know how you you reply to one question at a time like you do. Is this what "Multi-quote" looks like? I've never seen that before today.

    With Revo, I meant even with the manual removal, I still found more files while in Search.

    Yes, with Device Manager, tested one at a time.
    I agree with you on clean install. The driver issue is now moot.

    I don't know why I asked about Windows updates - I know how to find them. When I remember my point, I'll say something.

    Thank you.
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  3. Posts : 11,493
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       14 Jun 2016 #43

    I select the question, click the quote button and copy/paste the question in the quote tag code, then I write my reply below.
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    Yes, with Device Manager, tested one at a time.
    The recommended source for laptops is the laptop manufacturer, ASUS in your case.
    Laptop manufacturers alter the drivers they provide for the customer, this altering is basically a more optimization for the hardware.
    Any other source does not provide this altering, not a problem as you can still install drivers from other sources but then problems may be expected at any time.
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       14 Jun 2016 #44

    axe0 said: View Post
    I select the question, click the quote button and copy/paste the question in the quote tag code, then I write my reply below.
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    The recommended source for laptops is the laptop manufacturer, ASUS in your case.
    Laptop manufacturers alter the drivers they provide for the customer, this altering is basically a more optimization for the hardware.
    Any other source does not provide this altering, not a problem as you can still install drivers from other sources but then problems may be expected at any time.
    Responding is not as simple as I thought. I'll work on it.

    You told me ASUS doesn't support Win10. What then?

    Thank you.
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  5. Posts : 11,493
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       14 Jun 2016 #45

    In such cases Windows Update normally provides drivers for most of the stuff. If however unfixable problems occur the best solution is to go back to the previous OS.
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       14 Jun 2016 #46

    Not a choice when Microsoft stops supporting their OS, as they did with 7.
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  7. Posts : 11,493
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       14 Jun 2016 #47

    For every OS there comes an end to its lifecycle.
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       15 Jun 2016 #48

    Built-in obsolescence, Moore's law, and other forms of "progress." And when computers outlast OS - time to use laptop as a television connection. (Maybe.)
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       20 Jun 2016 #49

    i am in big trouble.
    clean install yesterday and 2x more today.
    as u know, i was using w10.

    keyboard and mouse (wired & usb) don't work - since 1st install yesterday. Can't install some drivers/have to tweak computer for that & to install software. Beyond my expertise/patience/ability.
    been unsuccessfully trying to fix.

    ASUS helped me w/drivers, but no luck.
    MS didn't even try.
    BIG known issue w/Win10.

    Spent 13 hrs to no avail and I am very angry & frustrated.
    standing & typing on laptop is awful. cannot work this keypad at all.

    thought i would install Win7 from disk, but ended up w/ANOTHER W10 installation.
    not enuf plan/prepare/native ability (!)

    Am sure you believe me: there is no solution. No agreed on fix (MS or anybody), but many Qs..

    What to do?
    Thank you.
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  10. Posts : 11,493
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       21 Jun 2016 #50

    thought i would install Win7 from disk, but ended up w/ANOTHER W10 installation.
    What happened?

    What to do?
    It is hard to provide any support without a few specific details.

    What have you tried so far?
    The keyboard is built-in as you use a laptop?
    What mouse do you use?

    Do the drivers work that Windows 10 installs before you install any other software?
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