First of all huge thanks to everyone thats helping.... I've been looking around and so far and unlike what many were made to think, it is not a BIOS bug but a Linux kernel bug....A detailed log of the bug description and also how HORRIBLY it has been tackled can be found here https://bugs.launchpad.net/linux/+bug/36583
I was really upset to see the conclusion of that thread by starting with a Linux Kernel bug and ending with an ASUS BIOS bug....they then stated the problem is "solved!" and closed the thread....It is not a BIOS bug. I don't want to sound blunt but so far the workarounds i found were all in a way affecting the hardware when a simple tweak to the kernel could make thousands of laptop users happy. If Linux does not have the widespread compatibility that M$ has, not many people will be willing to do the switch. I installed Sabayon for its "out of the box" readiness and by all means i cannot blame Sabayon for this problem. But as you all can clealy see, this issue affects all the distros using the bugged kernels so i guess something should be done from the software side and not from the firmware.
So far i found these workarounds:
- Disable the ACPI which cannot be disabled from the BIOS! (... no comments)
- Disable the legacy USB (which means bye bye usb support.... duh)
- Unplug the USB devices then plug them when the OS boots (pathetic)
- use -nousb (which does not work and i suppose it has the same effect of having no usb support)
- downgrading the BIOS
There is a usb module causing the trouble at bootup, isn't it possible to disable this module? or trigger this module at a later stage? The ironic bit is that the module works fine once that the OS boots! and its all perfect.....
Thanks again to everyone, I will keep searching