How to fix Kernel Security Check Failure error in Windows 10 - Windows Basics


Friday, September 14, 2018

How to fix Kernel Security Check Failure error in Windows 10

If you receive a Kernel Security Check Failure Stop Error or Blue Screen on Windows 10/8/7, then this post has some troubleshooting steps you may want to try out. This error is usually caused due to Memory or Driver incompatibility issues or corruption of system data.

Method 1: Update Drivers Using Device Manager

1.Press +R at the same time to invoke a run command.
2.Type devmgmt.msc and click OK.

3.Right-click on each category.

4.Select any driver with a yellow icon. If you find any driver with the Yellow mark, means there is an issue with it. Right click on it and select Properties.

5.From the Properties, click on Driver option.
6.Now click the update driver.

7.Select Automatically search for the driver or browse my computer if you have drivers.
Here we select automatically Search Driver.

This will search for compatible drivers online and install it.

You can user automatic driver update :
Automatic driver update – If you don’t have the time, patience or computer skills to update your device drivers manually, you can, instead, do it automatically with Driver Easy. Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system and find the correct drivers for your exact video card and monitor, and your variant of Windows 10, and it will download and install them correctly:

Method 2: Scan Hard Disk for Error
Another cause of this blue screen error is faulty hard drive. You should check if you need to get your hard drive replaced:
IMPORTANT: Please make sure you have closed all open programs and files before your disk check.
1.Click This PC.

2.Right-click the hard drive that you want to check and click Properties.

3.Go to the Tools tab and click Check option.

4.If your hard disk drive is problem free, you will see the notification like this:

If you don’t see this notification, please consider buying a new hard disk drive to get this problem solved.

Method 3: Check for Windows Update
Microsoft always recommended users to download and install new Windows updates. So download the new Windows updates. You can select an option to automatically download and install updates. There is an option in settings, allow users to update files.
1.Go to Start > Settings > Update & Security

2.Click on Update and Security.

Now click on Check for update. This will check all the available update and install them automatically.

Method 4. Run Memory Diagnostic Tool to fix Kernel Security Check failure issue
1. Press + R keys to open Run dialog > Type: mdsched.exe and hit Enter

2. Choose Restart now and check for problems (recommended) to check the status of memory card right now
Or select Check for problems the next time I start my computer

3. Then The Memory Diagnostic Tool will automatically run to check errors on Memory card in your PC.

If no errors are checked, your memory card is working perfectly fine with no problem;
If errors are detected, change the current memory card with a new one so to get rid of BSOD with Kernel Security Check failure error.

Method 5. Try System Restore to repair PC from Kernel BSOD issue
1. Boot PC into Safe Mode; (You may follow guide lines in Quick Fix so to boot PC into the Safe Mode.)
2. Click Control Panel on Start > Choose Recovery in All Control Panel Items;
3. Click Open System Restore > Check Choose a different restore point > Next;
4. Select the exact restore point (healthy Windows restore point) which you've created previously and click Next > Next to continue;

5. Click Yes to confirm that you want to execute the System Restore operation.
Wait to let the System Restore process complete and then you'll get your previous Windows system back. There, no Kernel Security Check error or BSOD issue will exist then.


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