BSOD :: Error On Startup After Upgrading (Bug Check Code 0x00000139)
Jan 24, 2016
Ever since I upgraded to Windows 10, I've gotten one or more BSODs (KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE) on practically every startup. I'll boot, log in, and start using the computer for about two minutes before I get a BSOD. It happens even if I'm not logged in as well. Most of the time, this will happen on multiple consecutive boots until it either stops for some reason, or Windows boots into its recovery options (only after three BSODs in a row).
Interestingly enough, when I remain on the recovery screen for an extended period of time and reboot, I don't get the BSOD again and can boot successfully. The crashes are caused mostly by ntoskrnl.exe with occasional assistance from dxgkrnl.exe. As I understand, this error is caused by incompatible drivers, but I'm not quite sure how to approach the issue since both of those files appear to be system files (NT Kernel & DirectX).
I've attached the necessary ifo : HARRY-PC-Sun_01_24_2016_113126_72.zip
I should probably preface by saying I am using a custom-built machine and never had a BSOD when I was using Windows 7. Since I took the plunge, I've been greeted by a BSOD on nearly every startup (usually around 1-3 minutes after the lock screen appears, before logging in). About 1 out of 6 startups have no BSOD, as evidenced by the frequency of the attached minidump files.
Every time, it's the same error, being KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILURE, which leads me to believe this issue stems from a single source (don't know much about BSODs so this is based on absolutely zero knowledge). I'm not sure if this changes anything about the diagnosis, but after the PC restarts from one BSOD, it generally reboots perfectly unhindered. I really just want to make sure these errors aren't pointing to a larger issue that needs to be addressed immediately.
For no sure reason sometimes she gets a BSOD with no error code.Also, she gets error saying something like 'the integrated graphic card driver had a malfunction and was restored'. (It's not a literal message, because the OS is in Russian). Getting latest driver (since 08/2015) for Intel from the Acer website didn't work because (as the owner says) the OS rerolls it back to a previous one.
I'm at my wits end with this computer. I get BSOD 0x124 about once a week, some times twice a week, since the life of the computer, which I've had for about 3 years. I've changed out the mobo from a GA-Z77X-UD3H to my current mobo a Z77 Extreme6 I've run memtest on each dim, had to RMA two of them due to the hammer test, and even with the fresh new ram, I still get BSOD almost daily.
While running the dm_log_collector to get the info to upload to this forum, I had another BSOD 124 while the program was collecting my PC's info. Luckily I was able to re run it after I booted to my computer.
No Im not OCing ANYTHING. This happens when the bios defaults are loaded. Happens when I turn off intel turbo boost and/or C states, and shared memory. XMP profile for my MEM on or off makes no difference. I also have a kernal memory dump ....
I can't find a case were a BSOD code 124 ever gets solved. I know that a 124 is usually hardware related but not all the time.
Windows 10 Asrock Z77 Extreme 6 Intel i7 3770K 35GHz Not OCed G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series (4 x 4GB) F3-12800CL9D His IceQ X2 AMD 7950 3GB Samsung 850 Series SATA3 SSD 500GB Western Digital 1TB HD Asetek 510lc 120mm Closed Loop WaterCooler Presonus Firestudio 2626 Logitech G700s Ducky Shine Keyboard Corsair CMPSU 850TX V2
I randomly received a "Kernal Security Check," with no code associated with it. I'm thinking it could be this Corsair K70 RGB I just installed. If it is, I'm just going to send this thing back. I know people have had tons of problems with it; however, I thought I'd give it another whirl since its firmware has been updated.
Every time i try to upgrade to windows 10 i get an error:
Upgrade to Windows 10 Home
Installation date: 8/8/2015 4:42 AM
Installation status: Failed
Error details: Code C1900101
Any fix that actually works so i don't have to try 100 things. The only thing to note is i have two drives, one is an ssd which is where my current windows is installed and its path is E, not C, just wondering if that may be the problem.
Basically I got this error message while upgrading to Win 10 from Windows 8.1 using the media creation tool.
What happened was, I did this first and i got to windows 10 no problem. Everything was fine until my internet died on the PC. Troubleshooting said there was a problem between the router and the connection. Long story short I could not get the internet up and running on my desktop only, everything else was fine and my other devices had no problem connecting to the Internet. The Internet worked about 4 hours into using Windows 10 then died on the PC only.
So I went back to Win 8.1. Everything seemed to go ok, everything worked. I tried to update to Windows 10 again Abd got this during the install...
I have a 3 day out of the box, Asus Zenbook pro. I am getting the BSOD fairly regularly.
I have updated both display drivers from the manufacturers website, the WIFI driver, as well as the BIOS. Everything else was up to date. I have done a hard reset, and chose to have the drive wiped during the install.
I have installed, and uninstalled the few apps that I have had time to put on here, but after only 3 days, I don't think I have given myself time to narrow down if it is a software conflict.
I recently started having a whole bunch of BSOD's with the KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE error.
I had these as I was attempting to use my laptop while I was burning DVDs (I burned about 20 or so over the last 3 days). This error happened maybe 5 or 6 times over those few days. This error happened most times on A/C power but once on battery power.
I have also had this crash occur while using photoshop on battery power (and while burning DVD's).
If using photoshop on battery power, I sometimes get BSOD's with the error DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE. And this was often when I wasn't doing anything else on the computer.
I used the tool (as instructed in this forum) to create the required files for posting. I have attached two of them as I believe one may be invalid. The minidump file is fairly large (over 700 MB), so I believe this may be why it isn't attaching correctly...
Some reading I have done on the Internet shows this to potentially be an Nvidia driver/service/something problem. I am planning on uninstalling my graphics drivers + software and then reinstalling them, to see if that fixes the issue...
my pc was fine when i played it using windows 8, its jsut after upgrading to 10 this error has occurred. Here is the Debugg. Ive updated most of my drivers to Windows 10 and i doubt its a hardware thing as it as was fine before.
I've been gettng BSOD Kernal Security Check Failure lately. I have tried to to Check Disk for repairs and been still receiving errors. I've started with a Fresh install of Windows 8 and upgrade directly to Windows 10.
after installing windows 10 i have a problem with the computer when i start mozilla firefox the hello tab it ask fpr using camera and mircrofone then the laptop stop with the error kernel security check failure.
My computer will randomly crash with the "Kernel security check failure error" and I have run driver reviver that scans for outdated drivers.I then used this information to manually install some missing pci drivers however i'm still getting the error. What is causing the BSOD?
I worked with my friend install windows 10 on his desktop pc. but after installation, it wont boot, rather showing bsod error 0xc000021a, we have tried reinstalling for a couple of times, but the error persisted. BTW, the previous os was windows 7. We deleted the previous OS's partition and installed it there, but it seems like nothing happened.
I had a pretty much faultless Win 10 setup with all the latest patches installed then this morning I connected an external USB hard drive which I had used several times before but this time Windows said it needed to install a new driver. I let the driver install and then Windows stated it needed a restart to complete the installation.
When restarting I received the "Inaccessible_Boot_Device error message - Windows will restart for you" message. On restarting again I got: "Your PC couldn't start properly. Error code 0xc0000001." Windows tried to automatically repair itself displaying the Diagnosing message first and then Attempting Repair message, and finally reporting it could not fix the problem. I'm not sure if the new driver being installed created the problem or whether it was just a coincidence and something else has caused the fault.
I was able to boot to Recovery using a USB stick created with Microsoft's MediaCreationTool. Safe boot and all the other startup options didn't do anything apart from resulting in yet another failed boot. Getting to the command line, I was able to view the file that Windows creates when it tries to repair itself: c:windowssystem32logfilessrtsrttail.txt. That file shows that all tests were completed successfully until:
"Root cause found. A patch is preventing the system from starting Repair action system files integrity check and repair Result failed error code 0x490"
I tried: sfc /scannow and got:
"Verification 100% complete, Windows resource protection could not perform the requested operation"
I then tried sfc /verifyonly and got:
"Windows resource protection found integrity violations. Details are included in the cbs.log. Note that logging is currently not supported in offline servicing scenarios."
As the message suggested, no cbs.log files were created.
Recently after getting a fresh install of windows 10 on my ThinkPad T450s, I occasionally get BSOD while in the middle of doing various tasks (word processing, web browsing, onenote, etc.). Because of the fresh install, I downloaded many applications so I don't know what's causing the issue. The error code is 0xdead039e, but I couldn't find any information about it online.
Model: ThinkPad T450s CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-5200U CPU @ 2.20Ghz RAM: 8.00 GB Hard Drive: 500 GB HDD Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 5500
I am trying to sort out my Wife's pc which has recently started having BSOD's with the message Unexpected_Kernel_Mode_Trap and error code 0x7f. It happens during quiet times when nothing is being done on the pc. I have tested the memory using the Win 10 memory tester. That comes up all clear. I tried running sfc /scannow but when it got to 100%, the BSOD occurred. This happened 3 times consecutively.
I upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10 Home. Now I get random BSODs related to nvraid, error 11. I Googled error 11 and it suggest it may be caused from an outdated chipset driver. My PC is from 2007 so there are no current chipset drivers available. I am using the last available nForce 750i SLI chipset driver for my ASUS P5N-D motherboard from Nvidia.
I have recently upgrading to windows 10 on a fairly new machine, after doing so I have had regular BSOD (IRQL unexpected error), there doesn't seem to be much connection between them other than watching videos whilst online. When I got the first one I read a bug fix online which said to fix it either revert back to my previous OS (windows 8) or reinstall windows 10. I did the later thinking I could always revert back if that didn't work but alas it has now gotten rid of that option and the problem still persisted. I downloaded bluescreen view to work out that it was a problem with nwifi.sys driver, and so updated my wifi driver accordingly but the problem still persists.
I hopefully have attached the associated info dump.