How to Fix KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_ERROR BSoD on Windows 10

Windows 10 Guide

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

  1. To start with, we need to check if there are any outdated or corrupted drivers.
  2. Right-click on Start menu.
  3. Then select Device Manager.
  4. Now in Device Manager, look for any small red or yellow warning sign against any of the devices.
  5. If you find one, that is the device that needs to be updated.

 Fix Corrupted or Outdated Device Drivers

  1. Now if you found any red/yellow sign, right-click on the device.
  2. Select Properties in the context menu that pops up.
  3. Go to Driver tab.
  4. Then click on Update Driver…
  5. Choose the first option.
  6. Once the process completes, check if the issue is fixed.
  7. Now if that doesn’t help, go back to Drivers tab and click on Roll Back Driver. 
  8. You will get a warning when you try to rollback. Just proceed.