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System reboots when acpi turned off

Hi!

I´ve tried to update the bios at the msi website, but when entering the online update service the system suddenly reboots. I´ve found out that the same thing happens if I disable the acpi function in the bios. The o/s starts loading but after a few seconds the system reboots. If I turn the acpi on again the system loads all the way. I´ve tried both the msi online update service and their program "MSI Live monitor" and "MSI live update 3".
I suspect that the problem has something to do with the acpi function, but can´t find out exactly what it is?

Please help!

Regards.

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  • martinkp Apr 06, 2008

    the m/b is a MSI K9VGM-V

    bios ver 1.7 (I think)

    cpu AMD Athlon 64 3200+

    1 GB ddr2 sdram

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Hi martinkp, what you need is the update from windows. Leave you're acpi enabled withing the bios. Check windows update. Windows will update (windows software for the acpi). Rule of thumb concerning windows update. Check the dates of the updates & install in order, oldest to newest. This should fix you're system from shutting down. There will be no reason to turn off acpi after updating.

Mike

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

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