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Asking solution i am bying intel 945gcp mothre board adn want to loded windows 2000 prof. when i started the installation it said that the acpi enable.so i cant install it can u pls a good solutions for install win2000 for intel945gcp mb how could i.

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  • pappu0902 Feb 11, 2008

    i am using windows xp with sp2. i saw it is normaly working.but right now i see a another problame.when i started my computer then i see windows could not open it say's (some file are missing or corrupt)press(r) for for repair. after that i press (r)key

    but it not repair.can u pls a good solutions for starting windows normally and fix the problame how could i.

  • pappu0902 Feb 12, 2008

    i am bying intel 945gcp mothre board and want it's loded windows 2000 prof.right now i want to load win xp prof.but it's not loded.when i incert the winxp cd it asked (press any key to continue)but after that it saw chacking ur hardware configaration's. after that a black screen come to it and stopped

    so i can't installed winxp.could u please tell me the right prscess to install it.i hope that i will get a great solution's from ur end's.



    thank's

    sujoy ghosh

  • pappu0902 Feb 20, 2008

    i have a windows xp with sp2 which is original.i have a problame that php programmer so i need IIS(internet information services) which ia i load from the cd adn i also update my windows xp.

    right now the problame is i dont get the IIS services and any folder which is read only,i cant remove read only text and dont apply it.when i remove the read only file and apply it,after that when i see the properties the read only text enable same.thats why i dont get my IIS services. actualy the IIS services not working for that reasones. please tell me good solutions about it.

    i hope that i will get a good solution from u r ends



    regards

    sujoy ghosh

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PROBLEM: During Windows installation the system displays a blue error screen reporting that the BIOS is not suitable for use with ACPI.

Solution :

If your system reports this error then reboot it and wait for the prompt about pressing F6 (to use other mass storage devices). At this point press F7 (not F6) so that setup will install APM power management in place of ACPI power management. Installation should then continue to completion successfully.


I hope this should resolve the issue for you.

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

  • Dileep Keshavanarayana
    Dileep Keshavanarayana Feb 09, 2008

    if problem persists then
    as these motherboard are specially designed for windows xp so it does
    not supports to install windows 2000... these motherboard recommends
    only windopws xp,sp2 or higher versions than that like
    windows2003,media center edition, vista ... so we cant install windows
    98 or 2000 and all ... so upgrade ur pc to win xp sp2 that s best
    These mother boards will not support windows 2000, check the below link of INTEL



    http://www.intel.com/support/motherboard...

  • Dileep Keshavanarayana
    Dileep Keshavanarayana Feb 11, 2008

    format the drive in which you previously installed that & then reinstall xp...
    before that try going to safe mode by pressing (f 8) .....then give system restore from the accessories > system tools > sytem restore ... then select the date when windows worked normally & give restore ... then it will work...

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ACPI Multiprocessor PC is trying to install on my friend's computer. It started ocurring after she did system recover. It looks like she now has two hard drives -- one fat32 (?) and the regular drive c. At...


YES, do let it install !
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ACPI stands for Advanced Configuration and Power Interface

This is a firmware interface in BIOS, that allows operating systems to call BIOS routines for managing power related
system hardware parameters:

1) CPU mode (Sn states): Run, Suspend, Sleep, hibernate ...

2) CPU Voltage and frequency

3) Fan speed... etc....

==============

Multi-processor PC, means that the firmware has detected a
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a) A genuine multi-CPU Board with 2 or 4 CPU sockets.

b) A multi-core, single CPU, such as the new Intel
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c) Interleaved RAM on a single CPU, with dual buses.

This is OK, and nothing to worry about.

===================

The ACPI interface is very advanced and complex, about 3500
pages of engineering specifications, and most P'sC only use
a very tiny sub-set of its capability.

The ground level ACPI settings and options are contained within
the system BIOS. The best solution is to set them to their
default settings, unless you know what all the settings mean.

To access the BIOS settings, on most PC's:
Press DEL or F1 right after the POST/memory test.

Depending on the BIOS settings, the operating system's HAL
(Hardware Abstraction Layer) may need to install additional
interface and control drivers.

On a desktop, these so called "GREEN" power saving features
are a horrible pain in the neck. and I would disable them all
together, unless you pay $20,000 per months for your
electricity.

On a laptop, however, these drivers are fairly important to
significantly extend your battery life, so you should enable
them.

If the computer was restored to factory condition, by pressing
a magic "blue" button, these drivers are part of the original factory installation and should be installed, just let the PC recursively do its thing, until it calms down.

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Most name brand manufactures provide a hidden partition on
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set of recovery files, unique to the PC model and all the features
it supports.

This restore partition is most often formatted as FAT-32,
because FAT can be accessed using primitive BIOS calls
while NTFS cannot:

1) FAT16 = Original DOS, support drives < 2GB only.

2) FAT32 = Extended FAT-16, for larger drives.

3) NTFS = Windows NT, 2000, XP, and Vista only.
Cannot be accessed before Windows is running.


The manufacturer then provides a boot/ BIOS hook,
activated by their MAGIC or BLUE button, which in turn
un-hides this restore partition, loads Windows PE
(a special pre-install/ repair version of windows),
and then loads the recovery program.

==========

In any event, you need to let the installation/ restore process
finish, including the ACPI install.

After several annoying re-boot cycles, this process will (should)
restore the PC to original factory conditions.

Factory restoration is, however, a very drastic and destructive process. All your settings are lost and (depending on the particular system) sometimes your data as well. I should
be avoided like a biker on a bad day.

It is a good idea to back-up everything possible, before taking such a drastic step, and I prefer to use an external USB drive for doing this. Also this step should only be used as a last resort.

===

However, in your case, all the DRASTIC and LOSSY part has
happened already, so you have no choice but to proceed and
let it finish. Once the restoration is complete, the FAT-32
partition should disappear, that is it will be hidden again.

Do not damage this partitions, unless you own a set of factory
repair CD's !!!

It is also a good idea to request the FACTORY repair CD's for
your machine from the manufacturer and keep them in a safe
place.

Once you have the recovery CD's, you can delete the hidden
recovery partition, and use the recovered space for more
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To do this, you need a partition manager tool, such a Norton's
Partition Magic or Acronis tools. Norton's bought the original
tool from Power Quest, and royally phluquified it, so I much
prefer Acronis these days.

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Also after you PC is fully restored, go into the power settings
in the control panel (or via the screen saver settings) and
configure the ACPI as you wish. But you must install it first.


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please rate my answers.

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Do you have the correct version of Windows for INTEL based x86 processors?
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try to make bios settings default and make a proper installation

The bios in this system is not fully ACPI compliant. Please contact your system vendor for an updated bios. If you are unable to obtain an updated bios or the latest bios supplied by your vendor is not ACPI compliant, you can turn off ACPI mode during text mode setup. To do this, simply press the F7 key when you are prompted to install storage drivers. The system will not notify you that the F7 key was pressed - it will silently disable ACPI and allow you to continue your installation."

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