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How to make Advanced Configuration and Power Interface compliant in bios in ibm netvista desktop

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    Check on the Lenovo support site and see if there is an updated BIOS version for your Netvista model.

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Depends on the CPU, BIOS and the OS - your BIOS needs to support the advanced power features, so does the CPU and the OS. Only then can you get advanced power management.

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If you get in XP there go Start, right click My Computer, click properties, click the hardware tab, click device manager and on the My Computer expand the + sign.


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Go here and scroll down to detect bios version and follow the instruction on the page.
http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?sitestyle=ibm&lndocid=MIGR-4MBUDT&velxr-layout=print

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