I am x9dri-ln4f+ Because of your advice I went to the official website to check the following information and tried to follow it and have solved the problemI had the same issue and had been tearing the remaining part of my hair out, I tried running BIOSBits and FWTS to see if I could determine what was wrong in the ACPI space
Supermicro has posted a FAQ, which worked for me on an X9DAI with a single processor (E5-2687W)
Super Micro Computer, Inc. | Support | FAQs Search for "acpi_bios_error"
You should see
FAQ ID | Related Category / Keyword Date | Posted Code22823 | N/A | 04/01/16Please disable jumper JPME1, re-flash the bios, and then try to update windows 10 again.
This worked for me
This was especially painful as I had important work to do and had fried my home system
Edit: PS Make sure after you flash the BIOS you power off as required
You may try to re-flash the BIOS to resolve this issue. Please move JPME1 and JPME2 to pin 2-3 to put the motherboard in recovery mode and then re-flash BIOS. After the BIOS update is finished, move JPME1 and JPME2 back to default position pin 1-2.