I created this post because I recently acquired a new ssd m.2 Crucial P5 500Go CT500P5SSD8 SSD-3400 Mo/s (3D NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2, 2280SS) My motherboard is the ROG STRIX Z390-F GAMING (BIOS version 1302) But once the SSD is installed, arrived at the windows 10 connection screen, 3 seconds later a blue screen appears with the error "kernel security check failure". In windows safe mode the ssd works fine and windows works fine. I tried to do various tests following research on google (other people had the same problem as me with the same motherboard and ssd but did not find a solution) but it does not work better. (ex: https://forum.hardware.fr/hfr/Hardware/SSD/blue-screen-installation-sujet_1050427_1.htm) I just did not update the bios (I use my pc for telecommuting and updating the bios seems to have risks) and I saw that for other people having the same as me, the update updating the bios does not solve the problem. If you have an idea or avenues to explore, I am interested!
Power supply : Be quiet! POWER ZONE 750w 80 plus bronze Motherboard : Asus ROG STRIX Z390-F GAMING Graphic card : PNY VCG2080T11BLMPB Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Processor : INTEL core i7-9700k 8x 3.60Ghz Ram : 32gb (2/16Gb) DDR4 3000MHz High Speed (G-SKill f4-3000c16s-16gisb) SSD : 480GB - Kingston 2.5" A400 SSD SA400S37/480G hard drive : 2To - Seagate 3.5" Video HDD ST2000VM003 1ET164