Instant "Kernel Security Check Failure" BSOD when starting an emulator. not a game, just the emulator


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Hello guys,

so I wanted to use the PS2 emulator PCSX2 and when I start the programm I just shortly see the programm window and a notification from windows pop in from the side, but I could never read it bc it's always just starting to appear and not completely visible and I instantly get an BSOD with the Error Code "Kernel Security Check Failure".
When I try to login again, I get the same BSOD directly when logged in. Only if I go into safe mode and even if I do nothing at all and just log out again and log in normally I don't get an BSOD on login. Also in safe mode it runs without problems. I also have the exact same problem with the PS3 Emulator RPCS3, the PS1 Emulator ePSX and The Gamecube/Wii emulator Dolphin.
I already reinstalled the programms. Installed on SSD with windows and my extra HDD. I switched the RAM's to check if a slot or a single RAM is faulty to no avail. I ran disk checks on both and the Memory Check and ran the Driver check. Also I ran the system file check. I updated evey single driver and Windows is on newest update. Not one single other programm does this. I also read about (de)activating Hyper-V which also did nothing. Also disabling the Driver verifier did nothing.
I just build this PC a few days ago. And ofc i could just reset my PC again, but bc it's all fairly new on it I doubt when I install everything again it will do something else.
I've heard a lot that this Error is caused by Drivers, but i really have no clue which Driver it could be.
I hope someone of you has a clue how to find the Driver/error and how to fix it.
All help is really appreciated.
If you need any more info let me know.
Specs: Microsoft Windows 10 Home
Gigabyte B360 HD3
i7-8700 6x 3.2 GHz
ASRock Radeon RX560 Phantom Gamin 2G
G.Skill DIMM 2x8GB DDR4-2666
 
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