9 Replies Latest reply on Apr 24, 2016 12:08 PM by alescx

    Intel AC 7260 - BSOD (kernel security check failure)




      I started to have a lot of BSOD's with the error KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILURE, since I upgraded to W10.

      Initially I thought that it's in relation to the main video card poor drivers, which is from Intel as well (Intel® Core™ i7-4910MQ Processor with Intel HD Graphics 4600).

      Not until a few days ago I realized that every time I modify the settings for the WiFi adapter, my laptop dies.

      I tried to mingle with some settings in BIOS, but with no luck. No matter what I do it will still die at some point or another.

      I also get this crashes, randomly even when I don't do anything, either watch a movie or just simply browsing the internet.

      I disabled my WiFi adapter and used my laptop as I usually do for 48+ hrs, without any BSOD.

      I also tried to use different drivers, but still without any luck.

      As my laptop is barebone, I do not have any OEM to complain to, so I decided to write directly to the source.

      I have also attached a minidump from the last crash.