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beststevie
09-13-2015, 11:32 AM
Hi there,

I get serveral errors since upgrading Bios from 207 to 209. ACPI Error ID 15.


I didn't encounter any problems and the rest of the message, sais,

: The embedded controller (EC) has data returned when no data has been requested. Perhaps the BIOS tries to access the EC without synchronizing with the operating system. These data are ignored. There is no further action required. However, you should ask your computer manufacturer for an updated BIOS.

steve

Update:

I found same error messages on other computers. Solution was to disable tools like Aida. In my case it was hwinfo64 monitoring in system tray was enabled. After switching off, no more ACPI errors.

cheers

steve

Nader
09-13-2015, 12:13 PM
Flash Bios 203 its the most stable one yet (offers good temperature too) or 207.
I think those bios add more problems than soulve some.

Nader
09-13-2015, 12:15 PM
You can downgrade the Bios by the way so not to worry any way.
Did you flash using Winflash?

beststevie
09-13-2015, 12:22 PM
Yes, winflash. Asus told me in a former case, that bios is generally not downgradable. Any other experience?

Edweird
09-13-2015, 12:25 PM
It is completely downgradable but apparently it breaks your warranty (or so it says in the user manual).

beststevie
09-13-2015, 12:33 PM
It is completely downgradable but apparently it breaks your warranty (or so it says in the user manual).

Via Winflash it's not possible to downgrade. I just tried it. The flash button is grey.

Nader
09-13-2015, 12:34 PM
You Can Downgrade using a trick

in Command Prompt navigate to where you have Winflash installed, for me i just entered " cd C:\Program Files (x86)\ASUS\WinFlash " with out the ""
Now simply enter "Winflash /nodate" without the "" and then select your old bios.

beststevie
09-13-2015, 12:43 PM
Thanks for your advice, but for me that sounds more like loosing warranty, than just downgrading it. Maybe I prefer to wait if they realize their fault and release a new Bios again. I already had 3 RMAs wiht it.

But I can acknowledge, it works like that.

Edweird
09-13-2015, 02:55 PM
Easy Flash in BIOS will also probably complain about the date being wonky but whatever. I don't know how they'd be able to tell for the warranty, but either way, EC stuff is what they were playing around with last time so...I guess they'll release a new BIOS eventually.

TheWitcher
09-14-2015, 07:15 AM
Hi there,

I get serveral errors since upgrading Bios from 207 to 209. ACPI Error ID 15.


I didn't encounter any problems and the rest of the message, sais,

: The embedded controller (EC) has data returned when no data has been requested. Perhaps the BIOS tries to access the EC without synchronizing with the operating system. These data are ignored. There is no further action required. However, you should ask your computer manufacturer for an updated BIOS.

steve
Did you try instyalling the newest intel CPPC driver?

Nader
09-14-2015, 06:36 PM
Thanks for your advice, but for me that sounds more like loosing warranty, than just downgrading it. Maybe I prefer to wait if they realize their fault and release a new Bios again. I already had 3 RMAs wiht it.

But I can acknowledge, it works like that.

I pretty much think that they could careless or it won't make an effect
And downgrading the bios to your original module wouldn't break warranty because its the original bios from ASUS not a new flashed one. I have Bios 209 Currently and don't encounter such problem but I am not sure if I should keep it any way.

x7007
09-15-2015, 08:05 AM
I have this error too, what this could be ? windows 8.1 x64

beststevie
09-17-2015, 10:06 AM
The current OS is win8.1 and I took the driver from the product page of G751 JT. Today I saw a new Bios. Changes again EC Firmware. Maybe they found something.

I'll keep you informed, when I updated Bios this evening.

steve

beststevie
09-18-2015, 07:15 AM
Ok, it's not a matter of the Bios. Error is not solved by updating to 210, too. But I found out how it happened. I uninstalled the ATK Package and installed
the updated Version. I didn't realize the error for a while, but just when I updated the Bios. I didn't find a way to solve this problem. I just restored an older
version of the win8.1 with the old driver and it worked without error. Installing from the scratch with the new driver also worked.

So uninstall routine of the old driver seems to be faulty.

@theWitcher

which version are you talking about? I just found the same old driver as on G751JT driver section of 2014.

steve

beststevie
09-19-2015, 08:28 AM
Hi,

after I got problems updating Bios to 210 ( http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?76898-Lan-Interface-dissapears-after-Bios-Update-G751-JT) and I downgraded to 207 and got back to 209 I also have problems with this ACPI message with my fresh install. So it's really a matter of the Bios. But after I lost the ehternet interface with update to 210, there seems to be no solution currently.

cheers

steve