After upgrading to WIndows 10 i get Kernel security check failure

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After i upgraded to windows 10 i am receiving kernel security check failure pls.help me

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Hi Loujin,

We appreciate you for being part of Windows 10.

I understand that you receive “Kernel security check failure” after you upgrade to Windows 10.

Before proceeding, we need to know more information to help you better.

  1. When you exactly receive Kernel security check failure” (After signing in/ before signing in to the Desktop?)

  2. Have you installed any third party antivirus software?

If you receive Kernel security check failure” after you sign in to the Desktop, I suggest you download and install any pending updates through Windows update and check if it helps. Follow the below steps.

  1. Open the Start menu and type Windows update in the search bar.

  2. Click on Windows update and Check for the updates.

  3. Download and install if there are any pending updates to be installed.

Kindly let us know if you need any further assistance with Windows. We are glad to assist you.

Thank you.

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It's happening to me after I sign into my Windows/Microsoft account, and I lose work everytime.  This should not be happening.

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In addition, I have been keeping my Windows software up to date, any auto updates through 8:30 pm Eastern time today have not helped.

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Actually how can you sign in with microsoft account in windows 10. I receive kernel security check failure

in a few minutes when using windows 10 so i go back to windows 7 and i dont receive any error regarding kernel security check failure.Is it because i receive kernel security check failure because of my hard disk

or because of my bios not updated to latest update or my motherboard doesn't support windows 10

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I sign in, but before it gets to the desktop it gives me the kernel_security_check_failure error and reboots. At first I thought it was installing updates automatically, then I noticed the error code. I wanted to like this one but if I get back to the desktop long enough I am going to switch back if I can.

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i am also getting this same issue since i upgraded to windows 10 and now i cant roll back to windows 7 as the files needed to do this have been removed from my computer even though it say you get a month to do this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

it has also made my ambient sensors not work properly. i am now starting to think that this was a bad idea.

not a very happy person at the moment.

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The best thing we can do is to go back to our previous version of windows

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We do need the actual log files (called a DMP files) as they contain the only record of the sequence of events leading up to the crash, what drivers were loaded, and what was responsible.  


Please follow our instructions for finding and uploading the files we need to help you fix your computer. They can be found here
If you have any questions about the procedure please ask

Cat herder
Windows Insider MVP
MVP-Windows and Devices for IT
http://www.zigzag3143.com/

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not that easy when the files needed have been deleted from my pc even though it says you get 1 month to do this :)

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Hi, I also experience the Kernel-security-check-failure on a newly purchased Desktop PC with Win 10 64-Bit preinstalled. My bluescreen ist strictly associated with a Hardware device (Technisat SkyStar USB 2 HD CI) and an App DVBViewer Pro (Version 5.5.0.0) for receiving and recording TV-events. This combination worked perfect in an Win 8.1 32 Bit environment. Each time I try to do a satellite scan I see the blue screen. My question: can the change from 32-Bit to 64-Bit be the cause of this malfunction. I don´t want to blame the hardware or the OS in the first step. I just want to understand, what is going on with security-issues when I just want do execute an application

Regard

fwoerndle

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