Random BSODs on surface pro 3, kernel_security_check_failure

  1.    31 Oct 2016 #1

    Random BSODs on surface pro 3, kernel_security_check_failure

    My Surface Pro 3 has recently started having BSODs (kernel_security_check_failure). They happen with seemingly no reason. The surface is a replacement for a broken one, and has all the same software. I have done research and haven't come up with anything so far. The DM log collector files are here: Attachment 108350
    Thanks for any help!
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       17 Nov 2016 #2

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