[Windows 10 Home]
After getting a bsod with the Kernel Security Check Failure error I performed various suggested checks on my system, being a malware scan, Window's memory diagnostics tool, sfc/scannow, driver verifier and chkdsk /f.
A few system files were repaired, but other than that none of the tests reported any issues. Rebooting worked as usual up to this point. After checkdisk however, booting suddenly started taking 3 minutes+ instead of the usual 10 seconds. Other than that, most interactions with the system are very slow. Accessing the file explorer, starting up software etc. All SMART values are all fine, I performed benchmarks on the SSD and CPU, nothing unusual here. The task manager / resource monitor also don't show an unusual load on any of the resources. Rerunning some of the checks didn't return any different results.
I have no more ideas what the cause of the problem could be in this context. Any help would be appreciated, thanks!
EDIT: I decided to reset Windows. Boot times are still very slow and the system crashes every time on the login screen. Safe mode still works but I wouldn't know how to continue from there.