The KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_ERROR can be a result of driver issues. In this guide, we will try to fix it using some workarounds.
It may also be as a result of any malware or virus that would have infected your PC. So you can try scanning and remove them and see if that helps.
How to Fix KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_ERROR BSoD on Windows 10
- To start with, we need to check if there are any outdated or corrupted drivers.
- Right-click on Start menu.
- Then select Device Manager.
- Now in Device Manager, look for any small red or yellow warning sign against any of the devices.
- If you find one, that is the device that needs to be updated.
Fix Corrupted or Outdated Device Drivers
- Now if you found any red/yellow sign, right-click on the device.
- Select Properties in the context menu that pops up.
- Go to Driver tab.
- Then click on Update Driver…
- Choose the first option.
- Once the process completes, check if the issue is fixed.
- Now if that doesn’t help, go back to Drivers tab and click on Roll Back Driver.
- You will get a warning when you try to rollback. Just proceed.
How to Fix KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_ERROR BSoD on Windows 10 December 31, 2016