I am dual booting Windows 7 with Windows 8.1, and I went to reboot to go into Windows 7 and it gave me a BSOD. This is NOT the first time this has happened I had to leave Windows 8 in the past because of constant crashing. I am tired of this and I want an explanation.
GPU - Radeon HD 7850 2GB CPU - AMD FX 8150 Eight-Core 3.6Ghz RAM - Vengeance DDR3 1600 MHz 8Gb - GSkill Ripjaws DDR3 1600MHz 8Gb = 16GB Total MotherBoard - BIOSTAR TA970XE AM3+ AMD 970 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard with UEFI BIOS PSU - CoolerMaster 700W HDD - Samsung 1TB 7200 RPM DVD/BluRay - ASUS Black 12X BD-ROM 16X DVD-ROM 48X CD-ROM SATA Chassis - ThermalTake Chaser MK-I
I made a partition of 250GB for Windows 8. I don't know what else to say here. Windows 8 seems to just crash a lot, it happened on an OLDER computer of mine, but this is a brand new custom build. I can't even comprehend why it's crashing.
Also I guess it's worth noting I installed this today and installed windows updates today as well.
I forgot to mention I was using COMODO Anti-Virus, I saw in a previous post about my exact error that it had something to do with Comodo. I have since uninstalled that.
Also here is a preview of the error:
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0xc0000018 (0xffffc0000019c5d0, 0xffffc000009ea9f0, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000). A dump was saved in: C:WindowsMEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 101113-34796-01.
I started to get this bsod randomly, even when computer is not at 100% load. When I shutdown computer it creates dmp file with error too. When computer bsod with kernel security bsod it creates log with bugcheck error 0x00000139..
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What I did was completely format the hard drive (low level format), Installed Windows 8.1 with graphic drivers (other drivers were already included) and started getting kernel security check BSOD errors.
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These are the files that windows suggested I send to microsoft:
Since today my friend is being hit with some BSOD's containing the text: "Kernel Security Check Failure"
We have no idea where this all came from, my friend did not download some sketchy, unstable, downloads or something. We did some research and it apparently is an issue with drivers, That gets no bell ringing because his computer was running smoothly about half a year now, with no major changes like an OS upgrade. We have found that it's useful to read some dump files.
We found the dump file locator software on this forum and ran it on his computer, and the result you can find as attachments.
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