If you search linux.org there's quite a bit of discussion on ACPI errors. It has a long history. Basically, if there are no observable problems with the functions of the machine, the error messages are harmless. The explanation for that is in the kernel documentation which briefly informs the reader that different BIOS/UEFI manufacturers, producers, companies etc. vary in their compliance with the ACPI open standard which the kernel actually observes, hence the message is:any help how to fix this ?
Complain to your platform/BIOS vendor if you find a bug which is so severe that a workaround is not accepted in the Linux kernel.
Thanks, I got the latest bios update. I just notice from a older post I made with my Asus Z97 board it had about the same errorThere are lots of different problems with this board, there was a BIOS update released Jan 22 to fix some of them.
For Win users, there are loads of driver &. Security updates..link to download site
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No haven't tried that one yet...Boot far as it goes would be to the OS, then press power button for 60 seconds or press power button for 60 seconds while it is bootingHave you tried my favourite trick yet? It may or may not work but worth a try
Switch on let it boot as far as it goes, press and hold the power button down for 60 seconds release and re-start