Hey guys, I was hoping someone could help me out with an issue I am having. I guess I will give as much details as possible.
I built my Desktop myself btw if thats important.
CPU: AMD® Ryzen 7 2700x eight-core processor × 16
GPU: GeForce GTX 1060
My Motherboard is ROG STRIX B450-E Gaming, here is the link: https://rog.asus.com/motherboards/rog-strix/rog-strix-b450-e-gaming-model/helpdesk_bios/
I have two SSDs(1samsung 1TB 860 QVO &1 samsung 500gb 860 EVO). Originally I installed Windows11 on the first disk, and the second was storage. After using VirtualBox and it was not as fast as I desired. I decided to try dual booting. Then I installed Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS on the second disk. Everything is working properly for the most part, I use GrubBootloader and can log into Windows11 and Ubuntu. But after bootloader is finished and Ubuntu starts booting up, I get these error messages:
If you check out the link i shared to the Motherboard, and click "show all" on BIOS, then scroll down to the very first version, 0403 if the version I currently have. I guess my question after all this is, will updating BIOS fix this error? I see one of the BIOS (v 2704) says that it "Fixes an issue with certain Linux Distros" for example. Or is the issue something else completely? I have never really messed around with BIOS before(besides turning off fast boot or changing boot order... stuff like that) Any advice would be appreciated!
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May I ask if the situation you described occurred after you attempted to install Windows 11? Have you tried clearing the CMOS to troubleshoot this issue?
Based on the error message indicating "ACPI Error," we recommend that you first try clearing the CMOS and check if there are any related drivers that need updating.
If the issue persists after these steps, we suggest considering a BIOS update.
Since your BIOS version is quite outdated, we recommend a minor incremental update.
Please refer to [Motherboard]How to install Windows 11？ if needed.
Updating BIOS to 2704 or later version should not hurt.
Also, some solutions are offered here: