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Blue screen ACPI.sys on install (brand new system, first install)

New system (Asus M4A78 PRO, AMD X3 2.4ghz proc, 4 gigs (2x2) of crucial xm2 ram) gives me ACPI.sys errors when trying to do a fresh install of both vista and windows 7. Then I get stuck in a "Windows Failed to Start, a recent hardware or software change might be the cause. To fix the problem: 1) insert the windows instillation disk and restart. 2) Choose lang setting and continue. the problem is, I'm booting off the wondows dvd for the install... So finally I was able to get it to boot by upgrading the bios, enabling all ACPI settings in bios and removing one of the two 2 gig ram chips (these are on the list as compatible with the mobo) So wondows 7 installed, then it hung up on the welcome screen. I tried restarting and got the ACPI error again. Tried using the disk to repair. And I get the windows failed to start message again. Please help me...

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My client office one system working windows , when booting time displaying blue screen error" acpi.sys " . and then continusly system restart., but, i was maked the first and second repair, still now i didn't got solution for this problem. please help me. and also i want need ur help for blue screeen error.

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