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The KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILURE blue screen error can appear on 10 or sometimes 8 computers after a specific Windows or driver update. You may also receive a new error when exiting the Windows 10 or 8 setup process (Windows clean install).

The complexity of the “KERNEL CHECK security FAILURE” blue screen dilemma is that, unfortunately, Windows randomly crashes or freezes during the boot process, making it impossible to access the Windows environment. From the options I’ve heard, let’s assume the BSOD error has more to do with bolts and screws or software incompatibility issues.

In this course, you will find detailed information on how to fix the “KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE” boot error on Windows 10 or Windows 8/8.1.

How To Fix BSOD Errors: Kernel Security Check Failed.

How do I fix my Windows kernel?

Check your computer for memory problems.
Check and fix hard drive errorssk.
Start Windows 10 in safe mode.
Uninstall, reinstall, or update hardware drivers.
Run System File Checker.
Run System Restore.
Perform a clean install of Windows 10.

How do I fix the kernel security check failure in Windows 8 and 10 blue screen?

Press the Win + R keys to open the chat. Type: msconfig and press Enter.
As a path, navigate to the option “Download” > “Select Safety Athletic Shoes” > “OK”.
Click Restart to start your computer in Safe Mode.

Notes before correction

1. If a person encounters the “KERNEL CHECK CHECK ERROR” problem after updating your course (for example, you added more RAM, you may have replaced the VGA adapter with another component), then this approach is probably what is causing the problem with the reddish screen.
2. If you see the “KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILED” error, please restore the previous version of Windows after updating Windows.
3. Make sure your system is clean and free of malware by following this guide: Quick Guide to Scan and Remove Malware on PC.
4. Install all Windows updates.
5. If you are likely to log on to Windows in normal or test mode, follow the instructions in Part 1.
6. If you can’t log into Windows (Windows won’t start), see Part 2 for instructions.
7. For your convenience, enable F8 (Advanced Options and Safe Mode menu) in Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 operating systems.

Part 1: Fixing BSOD KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILED Using The Windows Shell.

At least one method: Force a full shutdown of Windows.

Perform a new full system shutdown to restart Windows on the go. For this:

1. Press the power button, and while holding down the SHIFT key, click Shut Down.

2. Turn on the netbook again.
3. Check if the KERNEL problem “bsod SECURITY CHECK FAILURE” is resolved. If so, permanently disable this quick launch feature.

Method 2: Perform a clean boot.

The second way to fix the “KERNEL SECURITY CHECK ERROR” screen error is to boot Windows with a minimal set of drivers and associated programs to determine if a user or program on the device is causing your system to crash. To perform a soft start:

1. Press Windows  “R” + Suggestions to open the Run dialog box.
2. Type msconfig and press Enter to open the system configuration utility.

3. On the “Services” tab, check the “Hide all Microsoft services” box and click the “Disable all” button.

4. Then select a specific startup tab and click “Open Task Manager”.

5. Choose one by one almost everythingstartup programs and click Disable.

6. Close Task Manager.
7. Click OK in the system setup utility and restart your home computer.
8. If your personal computer has problems after rebooting, but the problem is not with the device driver or with the software application running under Windows. In this working case, enable the system configuration utility once and enable (and restart) the disabled products and services one by one until you really know which one actually crashed the system.

Method 3: Restore also to update the video card driver (VGA).

Often a “KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILED” error occurs after updating each of our drivers for your Trucker video adapter, or – in case of a failed Windows installation – the correct display of the owner’s car is not installed. To solve these problems:

1. Press the Windows key “R” + to open the “Run” dialog box.
2. Type devmgmt.msc and press Enter.

3. Don’t forget to expand Display Controllers in Device Manager.
4. Click pRight-click the entire installed graphics card* and select Properties.

*Note. If you see “Standard Microsoft Display Controller” below, also download and install the latest graphics card drivers from the manufacturer’s support site.

one. In this case, if the Roll Back Driver button is active, click it to revert to the previous version of the express driver.
B. If the driver’s Backspace button is grayed out in the software (as in the screenshot below), go to the VGA manufacturer’s help site to download and install a great legacy driver for your Flaunt adapter.

6. If one of the above steps does not solve the KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILURE blue screen issue, be sure to uninstall and reinstall the graphics card adapter from your own system. To implement this:

How do I disable kernel security check?

Press the power button and, while holding the SHIFT key on your keyboard, click Shut Down.
Turn on your computer.
Touch the window.
On the “Services” tab, check the “Hide some Microsoft services” box and click the dedicated “Disable all” button.

a. Click the “Remove device” button.
B. In the warning window, first check the “Remove the driver for this device type” checkbox and click “Remove”.

7. Restart your computer.
8. After the reboot, reinstall the necessary drivers You are for your VGA device.

Method 4: Scan and repair Windows system files.

one. In the search box type: cmd (or command prompt).
B. Right-click on the found command prompt (result) and select “Run as administrator”.

2. In the “Quick Commands” window, type the following command line and press Enter:

  • sfc/scannow
  • 3. Wait while Windows scans and restores the community files.
    4. When the system file is verified and the recovery is complete, restart your home computer and check if your laptop is working properly.

    Method 5: Checking and repairing the file system using CHKDSK. Next

    What are the limitations of kernel-IPH and kernel-WFP plugins?

    The iph core and wfp core plugins currently have limitations and known issues, please check their wiki. There are no hardware dependencies on third party objects on the Windows platform, the fact that strongSwan uses its own (non-pthreaded) multi-threaded backend on Windows.

    Then you need to check the cause of the problems using the CHKDSK command. For this:

    1. Open any command prompt as administrator.
    2. In this special command prompt window, be sure to type the command * and press Enter:

  • chkdsk C: /f /r
  • 3. When you are done using the CHKDSK command, reboot your system.

    – if none of the above methods solved the problem,go to part 3.

    Part 2: Fix BSOD KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILED Using Windows Recovery Environment.

    If you can boot into Windows, you may need to boot from the Windows installation media to resolve the blue screen issue. If you don’t have Windows installation media, anyone can create one (for this edition and version of Windows) directly from Microsoft.

  • How to create a bootable USB drive for Windows 10.
  • How to create bootable Windows 10 DVD media.
  • Specifically, method 1. Run a restore.

    1. Initially boot from your computer into a Windows installation over a network (DVD or USB).
    2. In the language options, just click “Next”.
    3. Select “Repair your computer”.
    4. Then click Troubleshoot -> Advanced Options -> Startup Repair.

    Method 2: Check your hard drive for errors, as well as the file system.

    The Windows startup troubleshooting method is to check the hard drive and its own file system for errors. To do this, boot from a suspended Windows media.

    1. In the Settings sectionWindows Filter Box” press SHIFT + F10 to bring up the command prompt, or select “Next” -> “Repair your computer” -> “Troubleshoot” -> “Advanced options” -> “Command prompt”.

    2. At the command prompt, type: bcdedit plus and press Enter.
    3. Pay attention to the disk side of the OS partition (for example, “osdevice –>partition=D:”)

  • chkdsk D: /r /x
  • 5. After the CHKDSK process is complete, enter the following command: *

  • sfc /scannow /offbootdir=:\ /offwindir=:\windows
  • Is kernel security check failure serious?

    The KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE error is also fatal as it causes a blue screen of death error. This can lead to a sudden system crash, leading to loss of information and more serious and dangerous problems in the future.