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    Has anyone gotten anywhere with this error yet? There has to be a way to disable or add a time delay to the loading of this driver.....
    No matter what I still get it once every boot,

    The driver \Driver\WUDFRd failed to load for the device ACPI\PNP0A0A\2&daba3ff&1.

    I have an ASUS Z87-PRO Motherboard.

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    It's safe to ignore it from what I've been able to find out. I did find a new version of this driver on the support page for my Z87 Deluxe motherboard recently, and downloaded and installed it. I personally don't have a need for AI Suite or the Boot to Bios Utility at present time, which is why neither of the utilities are installed on my system.

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    That is the ACPI driver that you can download from your motherboard section in support.asus.com

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    The Z97 Deluxe also has this error. I don't think Asus will do anything about it now, it has now spanned 2 generations of boards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sayjimwoo View Post
    The Z97 Deluxe also has this error. I don't think Asus will do anything about it now, it has now spanned 2 generations of boards.
    Hello

    The Deluxe has what error? I have no issue with the AMDA00 driver and the Deluxe board. I'm using Win 8.1_U and it installs by default.

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    Odd thing is before the driver wouldn't update from windows updates on my 8.1 system. Would just time out all the time. Now the driver installed fine from WU. Something wasn't right. It is an older driver than the one on Asus's site but it is no longer showing as unknown device.

    I'd like to use the new driver but it won't install. Who knows.

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    The board in my sig had this problem. I put the disc in that came with the board and directed device manager to look there. It found it and installed. I don't use AI suite nor have it installed!

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    This driver is defective.

    And as David Wolters has mailed ASUS about this, it's really strange that ASUS hasn't done something about it.


    Cite:
    "I can confirm that the AMDA00 Inteface driver by ASUS is in fact defective. Even in Windows 7, it does not work properly under some conditions. I spent many hours tracking this down thinking it was a problem with the Authentec AES2550 driver (as the long delays at boot up would start as soon as I installed that driver--which is required by my fingerprint reader). Finally, after checking the event logs, I discovered the true villain was in fact the AMDA00 Interface, which began failing (causing the timeout delays at startup) after AuthenTec AES2550 driver was installed. After disabling this device, all of the problems went away AND my fingerprint reader began working (which it had not been previously).
    I'm emailing ASUS (and Zvetco tech support, whom I'd already contacted) as soon as I'm done here.
    It's not just you, and it's not Windows or your install, it's THAT driver. Disable the device (in device manager) until they fix it.

    Marked as answer by David Wolters Moderator Tuesday, March 11, 2014 1:14 PM"
    Last edited by Wickman; 06-13-2014 at 10:35 PM.

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    I disabled the device in device manager and all is well now. Who even knows what this device is needed for? I don´t encounter any problems anymore. Wow Microsoft emailing ASUS about this. Seems Microsoft cares more about ASUSes problems than ASUS.

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    How to get rid of the 0A0A unknown device

    Download and install the "Asus Probe II Sense" driver.
    Last edited by uscitizen; 06-28-2014 at 10:39 PM. Reason: Edit: Driver name

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