Bios updating error code
We don't want to update our BIOS unless we have to, so read the latest changes first to see if the BIOS update addresses a resource problem with your hardware. Some offer a utility with a GUI (Graphical User Interface) while others offer a DOS bootable CD or DVD to do the update.
Regardless, updating your BIOS isn't difficult, but it can be risky for the untrained.
However, if this doesn’t fix the problem, then I recommend you attempt the many solutions below, in the order that they are listed.
Whether the error code 29 you are experiencing is due to a corrupted or outdated driver, updating the driver should be the first thing you do to resolve this problem.
Your computer system requires drivers to use all the different components attached to it.
The drivers provide the operating system with the necessary instructions to properly utilise the different hardware devices, such as, system resource management in the BIOS.
If you're receiving the Code 35 - Your Computer's System Firmware Does Not Include Enough Information to Properly Configure and Use This Device.
You should be able to find them on the official website of the specified hardware component.
Make sure, the drivers are compatible with your version of Windows. Alternatively, if you lack the necessary expertise to find out which driver(s) need replacing (or updating) or where to find the appropriate drivers, then you can use an automated driver updater tool like Driver Assist.
For example, if the USB controller is reporting this error, it could be because the USB controller has been disabled in the BIOS, in such case, entering the BIOS and enabling it will fix the problem.
The BIOS also provides controls for other components, such as your expansion slots, RAM and CPU.