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System shuts down at times. May take several times to try and reboot. When I try to reinstall windows with a CD Recovery Disk, I get an error which says Bios ACPI not comliant and will not go any further. Have installed new power supply, have run chkdsk which shows no errors, have installed new memory.

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Enter you're bios and disable ACPI. Wait until you have at least SP2 installed before enabling ACPI. While in the bios open, Hardware Monitor & MISC Setup. Watch the CPU temp. See page 53 in you're manual.
You're system shutting down may be caused by the CPU over heating. This is a safety feature for all MBs. Suggest that you remove the CPU heat-sink assembly from the CPU. Check the thermal past / tap. If it is dried or cracked replace. Remove the old using house hold alcohol on a clean rag. (Not dripping wet). At this point there is no need to remove the CPU. Clean the CPU's fan and blow out any dust build-up within the assembly. The heat build up will cause you're system from booting untill the CPU cools. This is why it seems to take awhile for you're system to boot.
Link to Gigabyte GA-7VKML manual; http://europe.giga-byte.com/FileList/Manual/motherboard_manual_7vkml_e.pdf

Gigabytes main site for GA-74KML;
http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/Motherboard/Manual_Model.aspx?ProductID=1306

Cheers'
Mike

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