Windows 10: Webcam causes BSOD on Lenovo x121e running Windows 10
Webcam causes BSOD on Lenovo x121e running Windows 10
I have a Lenovo x121e running Windows 10. Every time a program tries to initiate the built in webcam I get a BSOD and a message 'kernel security check failure'. I've tried to update the webcam drivers but they are apparently up to date.
Attached is the log
Many thanks in advance.
Last edited by Kimma; 14 Nov 2016 at 03:20.
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