Question Kernel Security Check Failure, Halp

Feb 13, 2020
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Built my first pc last october ever sinse, ive got crashes in game, idk what i should do but i got the dump files

Specs:
Ryzen 5 2600
Gigabyte B450m DS3H
RAM: corsair cmk8gx4m1c3000c16
GPU: Strix Nvidia GTX 970
PSU: EVGA 100-W1-0500-KR 500 W1, 80+ White 500W

i keep getting kernel security check failure when i play video games and at random times and when i render, ill post the dump files:

Dump Files: https://gofile.io/?c=NshQfo

CAn anyone help me?
 
Feb 13, 2020
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OK, so i figured out the problem, I took every part out and reapplied new thermal paste and carefully put everything back seating the components carefully, so far so good.
 
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Built my first pc last october ever sinse, ive got crashes in game, idk what i should do but i got the dump files

Specs:
Ryzen 5 2600
Gigabyte B450m DS3H
RAM: corsair cmk8gx4m1c3000c16
GPU: Strix Nvidia GTX 970
PSU: EVGA 100-W1-0500-KR 500 W1, 80+ White 500W

i keep getting kernel security check failure when i play video games and at random times and when i render, ill post the dump files:

Dump Files: https://gofile.io/?c=NshQfo

CAn anyone help me?
 

Abhinav2005

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Jan 1, 2020
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Okay, is your Windows up to date?
Try booting into safe mode. Are you able to boot?
How did you installed Windows 10? By using Windows Media Creation Tool?
Tried Clean Install Windows? If not then try.
All your drivers up to date according to your motherboard manufacturer's website?
 

Abhinav2005

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You can also try:-
  1. Type or paste ‘verifier’ into the Search Windows box.
  2. Select ‘Create standard settings’ and click Next.
  3. Select ‘Automatically select unsigned drivers’ and click Next.
  4. Update any or all drivers in the list.
  5. If you have just upgraded to Windows 10, also try ‘Automatically select drivers built for older versions of Windows’ and click Next. Update those too if they don’t overlap with step 4.
Then:

  1. Open a CMD window as an administrator.
  2. Type or paste ‘sfc /scannow’ and press Enter.
  3. Let the process complete and make any repairs as necessary.
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