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As said before, the solution is to upgrade or reflash your BIOS.
If BIOS is outdated, upgrade with asus Winflash tool and that should solve the problem.
If BIOS is updated you have to download the latest BIOS for your model from the asus support page, the launch the Winflash tool via command pront with this command "winflash /nodate" (you have to navigate to the Winflash tool intall folder first, in my case C:\Program Files (x86)\ASUS\WinFlash)
Some thing like this: http://i.imgur.com/v8V5vP2.png
Then choose the file you downloaded from the asus website and reinstall the BIOS, that should fix the problem.
01-20-2016 12:44 PM
01-17-2016 12:36 PM
WHAT I'M MISSING TO FIGURE THIS OUT IS A BCD FILE FROM G751 USERS WHO IS CURRENTLY SUFFERING FROM THE WAKE ISSUE ( BCD FILE IS FOUND ON THE EFI PARTITION UNDER \Efi\Microsoft\Boot )
One can get this file if he/she can dual boot to another OS - or use any portable OS like ubunbu ( under windows you don't have permissions to even "explorer view" this partition )
Also the following MS forum might holds the answer to the BCD problem.
IF ANYONE IS THERE STIL WITH THE PROBLEM -> I NEED YOUR HELP !!!
BUT ONLY IF DID NOT REFLASH YOUR LAPTOP AND STILL EXPERIENCING THE WAKE FROM SLEEP REBOOT ISSUE !!!!
I need your BCD file which sits on a hidden partition, under \EFI\Microsoft\Boot
Inorder to has access to this partition please perform the following commands inside CMD with admis prevleges:
SOURCE with images: HERE
once you have this file, ONLY COPY IT to another place - BUT DO NOT CHANGE THE ORIGINAL !
Then please upload the file here.
Once you've finished - and want to hide back this partition open CMD same as before and:
WHY all of that ?
I about 99% sure the problem with the wake-sleep issue is with this BCD file being partially corrupt !
As bios flashing is partially DANGEROUS action, BCD editing has less danger in it.
03-21-2016 06:05 PM