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The ACPI BIOS in this system is not flly compliant with the

The ACPI BIOS in this system is not fully complinat with the ACPI specification.Please read the README. TXT for possible workarounds.you can also contact your system's manufacturer for an updated BIOS, is available.

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  • paulm64 Mar 22, 2009

    My Windows XP system was working fine. I shut down the computer and when I started it again I had this error. I even get the same error message when trying to boot off of my Norton Ghost 12 recovery cd.

    I have an Elite P4XASD2+.



  • George Bill
    George Bill May 11, 2010

    when you saw this what were you doing at the time, had you just flashed your bios?

  • Jay Glendenning
    Jay Glendenning May 11, 2010

    Did you read the README.txt or go to the manufacturer's website to see if there is a BIOS update?

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Hey there,

You havnt specified your problem clearly.

If ur motherboard is not compatible with the hardwre then u dont have to worry about it. Try upgrading ur M/B Bios. with latest version. This BIOS (*.ROM) fie u'll get on ur M/B manufacturer site. Type ur model no in the search pane of that site and provide the Model no of ur mother board.

Read the M/B manual to upgrade your BIOS.

Gime ur acknowledge by rating me.

Thanx
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Romy

Posted on Dec 24, 2008

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