Kernel Security Check Failure – Solutions
The KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE is a blue of death error which having its bug check value of 0x00000139 and if this problem is occurring with your computer then there’s definitely something which is creating the problem in your windows operation system.
The main reason behind this error to show up on your screen is, your windows just specifies that the kernel has noticed the corruption of a serious data configuration and the bad thing about this type of error is that it can be hard to find the correct pathway where and who is creating this problem in your operating system.
From past few days, I got above 160+ new emails and people asking about this error to fix it and I really got confused when all those people having this problem in a different condition and that’s why I need to test different solution on every differ computer to find the perfect solution.
By applying 30 different things on different computers I can able to get succeed to fix this problem and it were also helps me to find which one of the selected tricks to try first in all those 30 solutions and in which condition. So, you’ll just need to follow the step by step guide which I’m all listed down in this article to repair your computer by your own.
So, now the main reason what I’ve found for this error to occurring is just because of some minor fault in your:
- Windows Drivers
- Hardware Drivers
- Some Software Got Corrupted
- Windows Files Corruption
- Ram Problem
- OS Got Corrupted
Just like I said, it’s hard to find which one of these is creating the problem in your computer and because of that, now you’ll need to try all solution one by one until you’ve fix your PC.
Now I’m dividing this tutorial into 3 parts:
- At first, what to do it you’re getting this error on your computer startup.
- In second, what to do if getting the error while working on some particular software like Photoshop and etc.
- And at last, I’ve mentioned all working solutions for those users who are getting this error on anytime while working on any software.
You can skip the solutions for that condition if that topic won’t applies to your condition.
1#Error Occurring While Windows Is Starting
You can skip this startup repair thing and move to the next if you’ve having this problem while working on your Windows OS.
Sometimes people having this BSOD error while they starting their windows OS and after that their computer get restarts or I say your computer gets in a restarts loop.
If you do having this problem with your computer too, then the first thing you’ll need to try is to fix your PC by using the Startup Utility tool.
That’s a great tool but the thing is, you’ll have to use your windows installer disc or Pendrive in order to start this feature.
The given link below will help you to show, how to starts and use that feature.
If startup repair won’t works for you then you can reinstall your windows to get this error fixed or otherwise if you’ve fixed your windows and its get open properly and you still getting this problem while using some software or maybe in middle of anything then use can also look for the other solution given below in this article.
2#Error Occurring While Working On Particular Software
50% this problem showed up on your screen while working on some particular software and it can be your Photoshop software or some other program.
When some heavy software or program starts to load itself, then they use some particular hardware drivers according to that software to run itself properly. For example, Photoshop uses your video card drivers and some of the video editing software uses your video card and sound card drivers both in order to work properly.
If your drivers aren’t compatible with the software what you’re using then its 100% possible you’ll seeing this error on your computer.
Sometimes we also get this problem after updating some particular drivers or maybe sometimes some drivers get auto-updated by themselves.
So, now there are two things i want you can try to fix this problem and those are:
Reinstall That Software – That’s the first thing what I suggest when the error is coming while using some software because it’s also possible that software got corrupted and creating this problem.
Uninstall And Reinstall Drivers – If you’ve can’t find any changes even after reinstall your software then it’s 80% it’s a driver’s related problem. Now I want you to uninstall your drivers manually from the device manager and then restart your computer and then install the latest version of that driver which you download from its manufacturer’s website.
And if you’ve recent install or update some software then you should try to roll back that drivers to the previous once and if rolling back drivers still won’t works for you then you can retry to install that latest once again.
Just try to uninstall or roll back drivers for video and sound card drivers only because most of the time those are the one who’s creating this problem and make sure you do reinstall that driver after un-installation.
if that won’t works, just move to the next solutions:
These given link will help you guide for:
- How To Uninstall Drivers From Device Manager?
- How To Roll Back Drivers From Device Manager?
- How To Download Drivers For Our Windows Computer And Laptop?
If none of the things works for you then you’ll just need to try the solution given below because now that clarify it’s your windows problem.
3#Effective Fixes For Any Condition
At first, I talked about repair this error while coming on windows startup by using startup repair and in the second one I talked about fixing this error if its comes on some particular software and the irritating thing about this error is it can come back even after trying every solution from the above. In that case, you can also try these basic fixes to repair your computer.
And for that user who’s having this problem while working on your computer or in the middle of using any software than trying these given solutions is really a must try for you.
#Use Windows Update
Windows update is also a great way to fix your windows problem because this windows inbuilt tool will scan your computer and update all your windows corrupted drivers and also update it with the latest ones. So, it’s better to use it even it takes your internet or time.
#Update All Hardware Related Drivers
To update your computer’s hardware drivers like sound, chipset etc. you’ll need to download them from the internet to install it manually.
To download it you’ll need to search your computers model no. on the manufacturer’s website support page and then download the latest updated drivers of yours hardware.
If you don’t want to waste your time on searching, then I have another great tutorial to show you how to find and download your computer’s hardware driver and I suggest you to use “3rd party software” instruction in that tutorial to make it a lot easier to download drivers and you and can check out the link below.
#Windows registry is corrupted
Windows registry is a databank stored in Windows which holds some important information about your computer Hardware and the operating system. Normally we shouldn’t need to modify the registry because all the programs and applications usually create all the essential modifications automatically.
There are so many of different reasons what can happen to corrupts your windows registry and those are like , virus attack, installed spammy software etc.
So, I highly suggest you to use a registry cleaner to fix all corrupted registry, I only suggesting the cleaner because you can’t repair all the registry manually.
If you don’t have any registry tuner or cleaner in your computer, then install some world’s best cleaner in your PC to get the perfect performance. Here are two top rated software’s what I recommend to all my websites users as listed below.
#Use SFC /SCANNOW To Repair Windows
Sfc Scan is a great command run by CMD which can repair your windows by just typing the command on command prompt.
You’ll just only have to type the command on CMD and sit back until the scan completes and it will repair most of your windows file.
- Open the CMD as an administrator.
- Type the command “Sfc /Scannow” and hit enter.
Note: Doesn’t close this CMD window until the verification gets 100% complete.
- Restart your computer and test it.