What is verifying DMI Pool Data Mean?

DMI, the abbreviation of Desktop Management Interface, is used to check for some related hardware and software during the boot process. When the Verifying DMI Pool Data error appears, it means that a hardware or software change leads to compatibility issues and Windows fails to boot due to this error.

What is building DMI pool?

called the desktop management interface (DMI) pool. The DMI table is used by the operating system to determine which devices are available, mostly so the OS doesn’t have to perform this work by itself, but also so that the data reported is produced consistently.

How do you update data in DMI?

AMD Data change… update new data to DMI Error
  1. Press F1, or F2 to enter BIOs.
  2. Due to the fact that all BIOs are different, look for ACPI options, usually in Power Management.
  3. Enable ACPI.
  4. Make sure the Time/Date settings are correct, and if not correct them.
  5. Set HDD from SATA to IDE, in the Controller settings.
  6. Restart.

How do I skip verifying DMI Pool Data?

How to reset CMOS or BIOS settings.
  1. Try disconnecting all disk drives that are not necessary to boot the computer.
  2. Reseat all RAM, and any PCI cards.
  3. Try booting from a removable disk, such as your operating system’s installation disks or a bootable recovery USB drive.

How do I change BIOS settings?

How to enter the BIOS on a Windows 10 PC
  1. Navigate to Settings. You can get there by clicking the gear icon on the Start menu.
  2. Select Update & Security.
  3. Select Recovery from the left menu.
  4. Click Restart Now under Advanced startup.
  5. Click Troubleshoot.
  6. Click Advanced options.
  7. Select UEFI Firmware Settings.
  8. Click Restart.