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06-17-2020 05:37 PM
Hardware: Omen X 17t-ap000, GTX 1070, Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700HQ CPU @ 2.80GHz, 16 gigs of DDR4, the laptop display is 144Hz, running Windows 10 Home 64bit
I'm hoping someone can help me. I recently started noticing some stuttering in all of my games after my computer crashed due to a KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILURE error. I have since located the .dll file and repaired it. I've also updated windows to the latest version and double checked all of my drivers to make sure they are the latest versions. I've run multiple scans of hardware and software and I cannot find an issue. I have tried adjusting V-Sync and G-Sync, which hasn't helped. All of my games are currently located on my secondary drive as my main c: drive is not big enough to hold them all. I have since deleted most of my games to see if reinstalling them would help, it did not.
06-21-2020 10:39 AM
I reviewed your post and I understand that you are facing stuttering issues when playing games.
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I recommend you update the BIOS and the graphics driver from the below link and check if it helps.
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06-25-2020 11:30 AM
@Greyfox001 To resolve the kernel security check failure error (every gamers nightmare) you may want to follow the below steps, as it's a result of a corrupt file:
Check your disk for errors
- On Windows 10, you can run a disk check using Command Prompt.
- Start Command Prompt as administrator and type the chkdsk C: /f command followed by Enter. Replace C with the letter of your hard drive partition.
- As a quick reminder, if you do not use the /f parameter, chkdsk displays a message that the file needs to be fixed, but it does not fix any errors. The chkdsk 😧 /f command detects and repairs logical issues affecting your drive.
- To repair physical issues, run the /r parameter as well.
This process can be time-consuming. Depending on the hard drive’s memory, it can go between half an hour and two hours before it is done.
Also, Run a full system scan to detect and remove any virus or malware that potentially sneaked into your PC, and Make sure that you’re running the latest Windows OS updates on your machine. As a quick reminder, Microsoft constantly rolls out Windows updates to improve the system’s stability and fix various issues.
Check if the issue occurs on safe mode: click here to know how to access the same
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06-26-2020 01:28 AM - edited 06-26-2020 01:28 AM
I scanned both the C and D drives with the /f and /r parameters separately. No issues popped up. I then tried playing a few different games afterward only to be met with the same issue. I then tried trouble shooting in safe mode, which ran a thousand times worse. Still no clue what the issue could be.
06-26-2020 06:57 PM
I appreciate your efforts to try and resolve the issue. This sounds like the windows operating system is not installed correctly due to that computer is not booting into windows desktop.
The last thing I can suggest trying to restore the computer back to the factory settings. Performing an HP system recovery (Windows ) While doing the recovery there is an option to backup your personal files. If you have not previously done one now is a good time.
Restoring Files that were Backed Up Using HP Recovery Manager (Windows )You can also contact HP support for assistance. They can remotely access your system to help alleviate difficulties: www.hp.com/contacthp/
The HP Cloud Recovery Tool allows you to download recovery software to a USB drive. You can use the downloaded recovery image file in order to install the Windows operating system.
- Click here: https://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c04758961#AbT3to perform System Recovery (Windows 10)
- Click here: https://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c06162205 to Use the HP Cloud Recovery Tool (Windows 10)
Hope this helps! Keep me posted for further assistance.
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06-30-2020 04:59 PM