The platform firmware has corrupted memory across the previous system power transition

QuoteReply Topic: firmware error in event log when ago from sleepPosted: 24 Jul 2017 at 4:36am
The platform firmware has actually corrupted memory throughout the previous system power change. Please inspect for updated firmware for your device.

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from what i read around is around the bios imcorrectly editing the low 1 MB of physical memory and when Windows detects this it comlevels with this error and also the tip MS renders is to contact the maker of the motherboard/bios in order to solve his firmware. it seems this error is harmless, because that 1MB of memory is not offered by Windows ever considering that Vista (XP had worries via this), particularly the firsttmegabyteplan boot enattempt has actually the default USE_NONE on Windows
the question is, will classiccomputers.info release a fixed bios that addresses this issue? even if it is mainly an aesthetically one
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The platdevelop firmware has corrupted memory throughout the previous device power transition. Please examine for updated firmware for your system.
from what i read roughly is around the bios improperly editing the low 1 MB of physical memory and also when Windows detects this it complains through this error and also the suggestion MS renders is to call the maker of the motherboard/bios in order to deal with his firmware. it appears this error is harmless, bereason that 1MB of memory is not offered by Windows ever before given that Vista (XP had actually problems with this), especially the firsttmegabyteplan boot entry has the default USE_NONE on Windows
the question is, will classiccomputers.info release a addressed bios that addresses this issue? even if it is largely an aesthetically one
What variation of Windows are you making use of that writes that message to the Event Log?Using Windows 10 on a different system (Z270), I do not obtain that message in the Event Log.
What version of Windows are you using that writes that message to the Event Log?Using Windows 10 on a different system (Z270), I don"t obtain that message in the Event Log.
Windows 10 below too... however that"s not very vital as long as it"s not XP (starting via Vista MS didn"t provided anymore that crazy low 1MB that firmware devices seems to have fun poking via while sleeping).
Your MoBo is a various one and also naturally the firmware is additionally another (no problems on yours), this thing happens just on some models of MoBos (and not just classiccomputers.info of course), don"t understand to say if 1 design in 2 or 1 in 100 is affected by this, anyhow this error is nopoint else yet a minor point, was simply wondering is maybe classiccomputers.info could solve this so i can have actually my lovely event log clean of any type of red stuff :)
This thing being logged as an error is simply MS trying to freak civilization in order to put pressure on firmware makers to comply through the rules, while on standard comps 1MB is not really necessary so the default plan MS has to sindicate not usage that MB is ok, on embedded WinCE can be that also that counts. For me is prefer i sassist, simply an aesthetic issue (funny thing is that even if that error wouldn"t show, having actually a compliant firmware, it still wouldn"t count considering that that MB isn"t offered anyway). Bottom line neither me nor you are using that 1MB regardless of having or not errors after sleep.

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*if any type of AR engineer reading this, the memory is modified by the firmware while on sleep on page 87 and also only that one.
What variation of Windows are you utilizing that writes that message to the Event Log?Using Windows 10 on a various device (Z270), I do not acquire that message in the Event Log.
Windows 10 right here also... yet that"s not extremely vital as lengthy as it"s not XP (starting via Vista MS didn"t used anymore that crazy low 1MB that firmware devices appears to have actually fun poking via while sleeping).
Your MoBo is a various one and also naturally the firmware is likewise one more (no worries on yours), this point happens just on some models of MoBos (and also not only classiccomputers.info of course), do not know to say if 1 design in 2 or 1 in 100 is influenced by this, anyexactly how this error is nothing else but a minor thing, was simply wondering is maybe classiccomputers.info might fix this so i can have my lovely event log clean of any type of red stuff :)
This thing being logged as an error is just MS trying to freak world in order to put pressure on firmware makers to comply through the rules, while on traditional comps 1MB is not really necessary so the default plan MS hregarding sindicate not usage that MB is ok, on embedded WinCE could be that also that counts. For me is prefer i sassist, simply an aesthetic worry (funny thing is that also if that error wouldn"t display, having actually a compliant firmware, it still wouldn"t count given that that MB isn"t provided anyway). Bottom line neither me nor you are making use of that 1MB regardless of having actually or not errors after sleep.

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*if any kind of AR engineer reading this, the memory is modified by the firmware while on sleep on page 87 and just that one.
Sorry, simply curious if you were making use of somepoint prefer XP or Vista. Many times in difficulty threads as soon as information is not gave, the perkid is not proud of something pertained to the issue, and may be concerned it.I"m glad you understand also the underlying catalyst of MSoft in this circumstances. The Windows Event Log has almost come to be a joke with some of its content, whose worth is just helpful in unexplained situations. Also, what occasion qualifies as an error can be very arbitrary.I cannot tell you if and when this error log entry can be rerelocated by a UEFI/BIOS upday. Things are fairly busy in the mom board cosmos lately, via many new platforms being released exceptionally cshed together.If you haven"t developed an official assistance repursuit about this, go to the classiccomputers.info mom board indevelopment web page in your region of the human being, click the Support attach at the top of the page, and click on the Contact Technical Support link to produce it.
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