If message Your computer’s system firmware does not include enough information to properly configure and use this device (Code 35) appears on one of the devices, it means that your computer’s firmware doesn’t have enough support or drivers to properly configure and use this device. In short, the BIOS is outdated and needs to be updated.
When it happens the MPS or the Multiprocessor System table which stores the resource assignments for the BIOS, is missing an entry for your device and must be updated.
You’ll receive the following full error message;
Your computer’s system firmware does not include enough information to properly configure and use this device. To use this device, contact your computer manufacturer to obtain a firmware or BIOS update. (Code 35)
Your computer’s system firmware does not include enough information to properly configure and use this device – Code 35
If you’re faced with this issue, as indicated in the error message, you can try updating the BIOS and firmware on your system to resolve the issue.
Important: While updating, make sure that you are using an uninterrupted power supply. This is because a power outage or any kind of power fluctuation can corrupt the BIOS.
Using tools from OEMs is the easiest way to do so. All OEM manufacturers have utilities that help you easily update, BIOS, firmware, and drivers. Search for yours and download it from the official site only. This is the safest way to update the BIOS.
- If you own a Dell laptop you can head over to Dell.com, or you could use Dell Update Utility.
- ASUS users can download the MyASUS BIOS update utility from the ASUS support site.
- ACER users can go here. Enter your Serial Number/SNID or search for your product by Model, select BIOS/Firmware, and click the Download link for the file you want to download.
- Lenovo users can use the Lenovo System Update Tool.
- HP users can use the bundled HP Support Assistant.
Once you complete the manual update of the BIOS/firmware on your system, the issue should be resolved.
However, if the error still persists, contact the manufacturer of your computer’s motherboard.