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Oct 04, · After the system has started logging again, I have the previously noted system error 56 [Drive ACPI returned an invalid ID for a child device (5)]. It also helpfully notes that the previous system shutdown at was unexpected (that would be because I powered the system off – at am though, so clearly the clock has stopped when the hang occurs, no great surprise). Feb 08, · “Driver PCI returned invalid ID for a child device” any help at all would be appreciated. it happens almost exclusively when i’m gaming and i’ve looked just about everywhere for an answer to this. running windows 7 x Jul 09, · Hi all, getting the following message on one of our Windows 7 machines in event viewer: Driver PCI returned invalid ID for a child device (). The full details are as follows: System – Provider [ Name] Application Popup – EventID 56 [ Qualifiers] Level · Hi, When did this issue start to occur? Before the issue happened, did you.
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Nov 12, · a. Go to start and type device manager. b. Click on Device Manager. c. Click on the ‘+’ by the picture of a monitor. It should pull up your graphics device. click on the device for your onboard graphics and select “Disable”. e. Restart the computer and boot to desktop normally. 2. Update all your drivers. Jul 09, · Hi all, getting the following message on one of our Windows 7 machines in event viewer: Driver PCI returned invalid ID for a child device (). The full details are as follows: System – Provider [ Name] Application Popup – EventID 56 [ Qualifiers] Level · Hi, When did this issue start to occur? Before the issue happened, did you. Sep 28, · “Driver ACPI returned invalid ID for a child device (3)”? Thread starter zoofie; Start date Sep 27, ; Sidebar. Forums. Software. Windows 7. Previous Next Z. zoofie Distinguished. Jul 18, 72 0 18, 0. Sep 27, #1 Hello there “Driver ACPI returned invalid ID for a child device (3)”. Event ID .
“Driver ACPI returned invalid ID for a child device (3)”?
How to Troubleshoot “Driver PCI returned invalid ID for a child device ()” Error
“Driver ACPI returned invalid ID for a child device (3)”?
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I have to do a hard reset to clear the error, windows boots OK and it’s like nothing has went wrong. Checking the event log, I’m seeing the following error, which I think is related it is the last error I can find before the “system lost power” one, from the restart : Driver ACPI returned invalid ID for a child device 5.
Any ideas? I have a similar issue. Happens to me playing battlefield and the new battlefront beta. I could game from 20mins to an hour and be ok. Then the whole thing freezes and I can’t do anything except restart. Let me know what happens with support. Hi, support fed back that there is a new BIOS out – although I still get the freezing, it may be a little less often However, a member of the LTT forum with the same issue has said that the update seems to have stopped him getting the freezing Did you have any problems with the bios?
It seems to work better for some people. I didn’t try the one it shipped with – updated pretty much straight away to the BIOS I’ll try and wait until their support get back in touch – see what they suggest, then, yeah, I’ll try an older BIOS.
I have noticed that the Event log does have other entries with the same error – as far as I know these have not resulted in system freezing, only the times it occurs during gaming I admit that may be more opinion than fact.
I just checked my even viewer and noticed the same error on a Maximus VIII Ranger, I made a post of it own about it because I didn’t notice this error in the event viewer. One of the solutions suggested to me was to re-install Win10, and to NOT install anything from the disk that came with it.
Apparently it is an issue with AI tuner. I haven’t tried this yet though, I need to back up so many things. I did that, no change. I checked my memory with Memtest 86 – no errors. I did as you suggested; remove the Realtek driver and let Windows install a generic one So, that is looking to be the issue. Will feed that back to Andy and see what he suggests. This just happened to me in Battlefront Beta. Near the end of a match computer went black screen then restarted. Got an event id 56 acpi 5 application popup notice in event viewer.
Until this point my system had been stable for 4 weeks with BIOS I don’t think I have the Realtek audio driver installed though. I’m hesitant to upgrade to the new BIOS since I heard they messed with the vcore settings and everything was perfectly stable before. I am going to try the audio driver thing, I am just wondering why Asus has a “custom” driver to begin with. Is it required by the sonic studio effects?
I never installed the realtek driver because I use the hdmi audio driver from nvidia. Windows 10 oddly did try to install the realtek driver a couple of days ago but it said it failed. If you have system freezing maybe some error could show you what is problem. I would try to on seven forum.
Windows experts there could help you with some errors if it’s caused by software. But if you have freezing in safe mode, BIOS, etc than problem is hardware. In most case it’s memory, HDD or motherboard problem.
Reinstalling CPU maybe could help. Tried all bios versions, OS reset, reinstall Did you use the included installation disk after reinstalling? If you did then that is where the problem could be originating. I downloaded drivers from the website – my build doesnt have a cd drive. As a last ditch effort i downloaded driver booster 3 which updated a load of drivers to unofficial ones.
Even that didnt work. Now installed windows 7 again and will test this for stability. After doing a full shutdown the error does not show up. I’m going to go back to playing Battlefront and see if the error shows up again. I get slowdown in the battlefront beta and then freeze and crash. Running windows 10, uninstalled realtek driver. Lowered graphics settings and put refresh rate to 60hz have hz monitor. Lowering the refresh sort of helped but still getting noticeable slow down.
Tested memory using windows test and memtest. I put everything back to stock so no overclock and no xmp memory profile. Thinking of returning this board.
After a fresh install of Windows 7 home premium, had another freeze in battlefront. I am starting to think that there is a manufacturing error with the Z series of boards, I have seen people with Ranger and Hero boards complaining about this issue.
And there have been allot of people complaining. I’m getting the same Event ID 56 and I get freezes at login and when rebooting. I also have this problem where the computer just takes forever to reboot. I found this old thread with a similar issue with ACPI errors. Kind of what I saw in my system. I’m trying a restore that doesn’t have AISuite installed see what the event viewer looks like. Hey, how has it been since update KB? It was a recent mb windows update, im hardly ever seeing error 56 and havent had a crash yet.
I found information from Microsoft Support Forum, they confirmed that Event ID 56 is caused by Z chipset all z motherboard have this problem , and case is passed to Intel for following up.
After researching this problem quite a bit I found out that it’s very likely it’s a Z chipset problem and not only affecting Asus boards but pretty much all the Z out there. According to a post by one of the users at the Microsoft Support site Asus will be rolling out a Bios update pretty soon for the ZP and ZK boards.
A lot of owners of these boards are complaining about freezes and boot and reboot problems, not sure if it’s all related but I can’t find any other explanation. Z97 or Z99 users don’t have this issue and there was one forum user that had an AsRock Z board with the same problem then returned it and got an Asus Z replaced PSU, graphics card and memory and still got the error.
I see many users in this forum that have these problems come to this forum for help even though this looks more an Intel problem than Asus it’s a shame that ROG being an Asus brand has not been actively informing about any of this letting us users to continue to waste our time trying to dig up any information. Regarding this problem, our technical team has confirmed the same phenomenon. This problem will happen on every startup and reboot.
It could be confirmed on Z and B chipset motherboards, not only ours, but also other makers’ motherboard. Z97 series motherboards do not have such problem.
We cosidered this problem is casued by chipset. We will feedback this issue to intel as we hereby inform you with this mail. If you guys want to experiment, try different or older Intel MEI drivers and test. Windows 10 will install a newer IMEI driver on a clean install. See if that one works, but if not, install one from Asus’ support site and test.
I may have fixed the issue – I am using crucial ballistix sport ddr4 mhz ram 4x8gb. I have changed the clock speed to mhz, whilst keeping the xmp profile on. In this time I have had my pc turned on for 14 hrs, 5 hours on guild wars 2, 2 hours on battlefield 4, internet browsing. Usually I would have crashed long ago. Try setting memory to mhz with the XMP profile turned on.
If this doesnt work, maybe just try default ram settings not rated or xmp, simply default? I will update if I get another freeze. I first thought maybe I had a bad batch of memory but decided to check online if others had issues, since this is pretty new setup so we’re bound to have first adopter issues, and I found this thread.
I did what adampvp said, enabled XMP but then set the clock back down to ddr and now I don’t have any errors in memtest.. Going to let it burn for a while and then I’ll attempt 3dMark again. Ended up with errors in test 8 on memtest and another BSOD but it took longer.. I changed my memory frequency to , but still had a crash, this time it was an actual BSOD on desktop.
Same error in event viewer as before. I havent been crashing as frequently however, but that might be because I got too frustrated and stopped gaming mostly. So, a little advancement After uninstalling the Realtek driver and allowing Windows to install generic ones, I have had a lot less freezes Well, temporary madness descended and I did pay the money and see what he could do.
He proceeded to turn everything off in Msconfig, and a few other things, including msdt support diagnostic tool.