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Atk 0110 acpi utility error

Some time ago i started getting this error. I don't what happened to precipitate the error but I can't get rid of it! I've gone to different forums and asked and i've tried different solutions (downloading ai booster, removing device from device manager) and the problem won't go away.

Please help!

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Re: atk 0110 acpi utility error

Try disabling the power saving features at the BIOS startup screen. this is an ACPI (advanced configuration power interface) error. I think that Windows does not like the BIOS settings so it just errors out.

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