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.
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.
Yesterday i upgraded my 8.1 to 10. The first time is still smooth but suddenly after i installed all the driver my laptop needs, when i play a song using WMP and turned the 'repeat all' option, my laptop gone to BSOD.
I tried to read the Minidump file using WinDbg but it needs to download the symbol pack, unfortunately my internet connection is very slow.
My laptop BSOD again after using WMP (playing a song) and Photoshop CS6... BSOD again after that because I Used Photoshop.
I've seen this BSOD a few times on this laptop. It's probably a driver issue but need identifying which ones are causing the issues.
And before you ask about the Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 drivers, those from MSI have constant disconnects and barely work. Latest and most uptodate drives straight from Intel do not have any noticeable issues other than a couple of odd logs that pop up from time to time (Netwtw02). I am trying to talk with MSI on this.
I'm not trying to be curt, but I have about 2 minutes until this thing crashes. I have an old Dell, a new, clean Windows 10 Install and an intermittent and annoying problem. 3 hours is probably the longest the machine has run without a BSOD. I get a 5 hour loop at least once a week on startup. I'm at my wits end.
I've had several different error messages, but non of them are followed with any specifications about where the error is being generated. In chronological order:
Kernel Failure security check (Two times at random moments, until I tried to fix it, then the next errors at startup) System Service exception System Thread excetion not handled Kmode exception not handled
The last two are now being displayed alternately every time I start the computer, until the advanced startup kicks in. I've been trying every step I founded online and it hasn't worked. I checked for errors in the memory and drives, and also runned a complete antivirus scan and a malware scan (Panda Free Anivirus 2016 and Malwarebytes), everything came out clean.
I am guessing that's something to do with faulty or corrupt drivers, since it works fine when is started on Safe Mode. Safe mode with Network, for some reason, won't enable the WiFi, and I don't have any other way to connect to the internet, so I can't let it check the drivers on it's own. I have tried downloading all the drivers in Acer's oficial page, but some are the same version or older than the ones I have installed. Others won't let me install them because the Windows Installer services is not enabled.
I have tried to repairing the installation and restarting it, but it throws an error message and does nothing. The next step for me it would be to return it to factory with windows 8.1, but I don't want to ignore an error that could appear again in the future, or that could get worse.
I have updated the files for the BSOD logs. It is a Kernal_Security_Check_Failure about 99% of the time. Sometimes they will happen when I launch a game, when I start playing music, or even when I am away from the computer without anything running. I am unaware of any connection to them. They happen between 5-10 times a day, and it is VERY annoying.... (updated again[and again][and again])
So far I've been getting a number of different BSODs most commonly Kernel security check failure. After having read a number of different threads on the matter I have tried the following
Memtest did 10 passes and got 0 errors updated all of the driver displayed on device manager using windows update (I know for a fact that there is a slightly newer version for my GPU) Used ccleaner to repair registry Also did a clean install of windows 10
not sure what to try next here are the dump files DESKTOP-4OENBGP-04_12_2015_155004_54.zip
Just got a call from home that my computer upgraded Windows 10 (today's big update/upgrade).And when they tried to switch it off stopped at this BSOD (0x0000139 or something) and "Kernel Security Check Failure".The system had 0 problems from the first Insider build till now.The minidump file can't even be debugged in Windbg (emailed it to a friend in IT) because there are no Symbols from MS jet.
HDD is fine so is Memory (we did a check 1 week ago).Will try to upload what I need in a zip by the instruction here but can't do that for few days because I'm not at home. aybe Windows updated some drivers on / after the update?
So it is now the fifth of january 2016 and I have experienced these random BSOD's since the very last day of 2015 (31/12/2015).I have my laptop for about 3 years now and I have never experienced a BSOD up to this point which makes me even more worried/scared
This bluescreen pops up quite randomly besides the fact that it mostly happens when a few programs are running at once. For instance: Premiere Pro CC will sometimes run, sometimes crash (and show BSOD) and sometimes freeze.I 've done some research and tested my RAM my hard drives and made sure that my drivers are up to date with Driver reviver.
The only read difference there has been since end december 2015 is the adding of a gaming mouse (G502 Logitech) and a microphone (Blue Yeti Pro). Do these 2 hardware devices result in these problems are is this not possible.The point where I am right now is that the problem is in my RAM somehow and I need to replace it.
I am getting intermittent but somewhat frequent BSOD with Kernel_Security_Check_Failure when waking my computer up from sleep. It happens after waking up and displaying the login screen but before I can do anything else. This part isn't so bad, but it is also happening when trying to run the November Windows 10 update (at around 40%) which is causing it to have to roll back mid-install, then windows tries to schedule it again right away...
I'm not sure how much of this info is relevant, but I have usb Keyboard (MS Ergonomic keyboard 4000) usb mouse (JSCO noiseless mouse), a wired XBOX 360 controller, Turtle beach Earforce X12, and Panda 300Mbps Wireless N USB Adapter.
I just made a clean install of Windows 10 on my laptop, and I've been having a BSOD when working in 3ds Max 2016.
For now, it's only when closing the software after working on it. However, the reason I made the clean install was because it was happening every time I started the software, keeping me from working on it.
Following instructions on a website, I "opened the dump file" using windbg.exe, and it mentioned it was probably caused by "dxgmms2.sys" but I can't find any solutions online to this
I've uploaded the zip file....
I believe all my drivers are up to date, especially the graphics card's driver, which I just updated to a version that was released yesterday.
I have just reinstalled Windows 10 yesterday. BSOD with Kernel Security Check Failure showed up caused by ntoskrnl.exe when I open the video editing software, game works great instead. It never crashed before I reinstalled the OS. I have reinstalled graphic driver 3-4 times still not working.
Lately i have been receiving BSOD kernel security check failure EVERYtime i lauch Corel video Studio x8 pro on my laptop. I have been using it for a while and it has never crashed on me when i used windows 8. On windows 10 it worked for a while but few days back it just started to BSOD me everytime i have opened the app, and yes, i have tried to run it with different graphics processor. I have uninstalled it completely and then reinstalled it. Then it worked for a day and it happened again.
Since I upgraded from Win8.1 to 10 I had a few BSOD problems, first one was power related but If I keep my laptop plugged to ac it doesn't occures so I tryied to make a clean win10 installation and now it is even worse! Each time I try to run Photoshop CC it gives me back BSOD Kernel Security Check Failure.
I run amd processor + amd graphic card, so I've catalyst control and since some days got the latest big win 10 update and amd radeon software -the first amd radeon came as update of catalyst control, but it missed the setting to modify the amount of energy taken by pc in relation to power of it, so I reinstalled latest version of catalyst control i had, and some days ago got another autoupdate of it-.
Since then (the win10update) I'm getting every now and then bsod with different errors, at the end of loading of it tho, pc doesnt reboot automatically and forces me to reset/shutdown. Latest error has been kernel security check failure one.
Other than this, weirdly (b4 the events mentioned in prologue) when I open perfectworld(a mmorpg)+league of legends screen freezes, I get a ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ as sound and Im forced to reset or shutdown.
I got multiple times BSOD with info Kernel Security Check Failure. I work on laptop with additional usb mouse, usb keyboard, usb cooling pad and second display. I noticed that if I have connected my second display than Windows fall in random time (often after waking up). I saw into records in Event Viewer and there are pack of critical events and all about Kernel-Power (Event ID 41). After disconnected second display it seems to be ok. Second display is LG Flatron L1972H. What can I do with it.
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...
When my Toshiba Satellite L655 laptop was rebooted I got the above error. This laptop was upgraded from Win 7 to Win 10 about a month ago. I don't know if this is related or not but two days prior to this error today, the battery would be plugged in and not charging? The not charging error has been intermittent. Doing a brief search, Toshiba said it may be a virus, I am going to do a full scan right now to rule that out. I did do a error dump and I will attach the error dump to this posting.