1.    13 Jan 2017 #1

    GSOD during 15007 install STOP code: KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILURE

    Me too! I posted on Windows Insider Answers site at:
    nuvision tablet GSOD on restart during installation of 15007 - Microsoft Community

    Download and installation of 15007 rs_prerelease seems to work well.
    Press the RESTART BUTTON that the update wants.
    Get the "Configuring Updates for Windows 10 XX% Complete. Do not turn off your computer." message.

    Reboot happens.
    Windows logo appears.* Swirly dots.
    THEN WHAM - green screen of death GSOD.

    I finally caught the text of the GSOD:
    Time to check UEFI and BIOS methinks.

    I had previously installed the drivers in the .zip file that Nuvision makes available at their download center.

    There is 16.3 GB of disk space available and more on the SD.*

    Anyone have any ideas?

    nuvision tablet MODEL: TM800W560L
    NuVision TM800W560L Tablet — NuVision
    GSOD build 15007 rs_prerelease
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    13 Jan 2017 #2

    elmwoodie said: View Post

    Anyone have any ideas?

    Uhmm,,,Sorry, nope..

    Vendors need to distribute updated drivers maybe? ... similar issues with new Linux releases,.. especially Nvidia..

    (Just to clarify... default drivers are built into the kernel... thus kernel panic (GSOD) can be triggered if the calling from the OS does not conform to what's expected)
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    24 May 2017 #3

    My tm800w560l is all good on windows 10 insider again!
    Getting Win10 up and running is easy (with external mouse and keyboard anyway). Finding the magic driver that reenables touch is the trick.

    I found them in TM101W535 drivers file from nuvision. It started working by the time I had gotten to the PMIC folder (installing the drivers alphabetically). To install a driver, right click the .inf file and select INSTALL. I did not reboot for any of the drivers that wanted me to (restart later). I think it was one these drivers: graphics, gsensor, I2C, MBI or PMIC.
    The drivers are at:
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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