Acer Aspire V5-573G UEFI Driver
Alright so i received this Acer Aspire V5 windows machine in the shop this morning It was noted that it was running really slow and had. After choosing legacy boot mode in the UEFI BIOS I was able to boot Acer Aspire V5 will not display BIOS menu, no matter how many times. Hello, I have Acer Aspire VG. Before all problems begin I used Legacy BIOS mode with Windows 10 Pro 64bit OS. Have latest BIOS.
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Acer Aspire V5-573G UEFI Driver
Choose Troubleshoot option here. In Troubleshoot, select Advanced options.
Step 5: The main task comes now. Things are slightly different for you here as by default Acer does not allow you to disable secure boot. Then it reboots.
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It turns the display lamp on and off several times, then shows the Acer logo, on and off several times, giving the impression of a boot loop. Not to worry, It eventually boots Windows, and the process is finished. How to boot the USB drive, which will be needed to run the Linux installer: On the Acer you can power cycle it and press F2 when Acer Aspire V5-573G UEFI comes up.
For machines where that isn't feasible, boot Windows, open Settings, click on the power management drop-down list, and shift-click on Restart. Now Windows shuts down and reboots into Setup. Disable Secure Boot on the Boot tab.
Well, that was a bust. Something turned Secure Boot back on and re-ordered the boot order. Shift-click Restart.
Pick Use a Device. Pick another option.
Google did not help: One possible issue: The Final Solution t. This makes Windows unbootable, so I'm burning my bridge behind me. Also the installation media I saved is useless unless I want to disable Linux.
Acer Aspire V5-573G
Acer Aspire V5-573G UEFI Update Modern CPUs contain microcode, that is, tables settable at boot time to control complex instructions. Frequently the microcode has to be updated due to errors errata in the hardwired defaults. The BIOS generally contains a copy of the microcode, but there may be a more recent version, which you need to load every time you boot.
Spoiler alert: BIOS 1. However, I did the research to not install it, so I'm recording the steps here.
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Interesting tidbit: So in principle I could dig on Intel's site and maybe come up with this Acer Aspire V5-573G UEFI, and put it on the Acer. On OpenSuSE The package's post-install script will rebuild your initrd and the microcode for the specific machine where it's running will be included. Or you, or other package installations, can run mkinitrd. However, the driver is silent when the Acer Aspire V5-573G UEFI already has a revision equal to or greater than the available patch, or if there is no patch for your CPU.
So it' hard to be sure if the update procedure is potentially working.
Problems with Acer Aspire V5 - 573 G UEFI?
Different distros use a range of techniques to get the microcode into the initrd. SuSE concatenates one initrd containing only the firmware file, followed by the real initrd.
Other distros use two initrd commands to Grub, or one command listing both files.