Question about IBM Netvista Intel Pentium 4 2.4GHz / 512MB DDR / 40GB HDD / DVD-ROM / 10/100Mbps LAN / Windows XP P (RBP42400XPP) PC Desktop
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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When you first start the XP install, you are in 'text' mode - you know, blue and white screen, no graphics.
When you get to the point where it says at the bottom "Press F6 to install additional storage drivers", just hit F7. Change your system type from ACPI compliant to Standard Computer in the menu that comes up.
Is this message received on an existing installation OR are you now trying to install XP - that "during text mode set up" refers to the install.
If it is already installed Press F8 and select Safe Mode.
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.
If it says ACPI there, then it already is ACPI compliant.
This actually stands for "Advanced Configuration and Power Interface"
The issue is more than likely a driver, memory or possibly a flat CMOS battery.
hope this helps
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