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I upgraded my memory fro 256 to 512 in my HP Brio BA200, and now it tells me that the BIOS is not AcPI compliant...what the heck do I do now????

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If you perform an upgrade on the BIOS to enable ACPI on a computer that is already running Windows XP , you must reinstall the operating system to enable ACPI support.

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Bios is not ACPI complaint


It's possible that the BIOS setup has been accidentally set to non ACPI mode. Check in the setup to ensure ACPI is enabled.Other possible causes are memory expansion, overclocking and incompatible driver software. Check out what you have recently installed or updated on your computer.This can occur if Windows has detected that the BIOS in the computer is not fully compliant with Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI). To correct this problem, contact the manufacturer of your computer to obtain a BIOS update that is fully ACPI compliant. (If your PC is an older model, a BIOS update may not be available). There are third party companies that will write a BIOS update for your computer for a fee which may make it more cost effective to replace your computer.You may also find help on this Microsoft Support Site.

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Did you change something in the bios? Enter the BIOS and check the Power Management or just Power settings and disable ACPI. This should solve the problem.Windows would again find new hardware and then should work normally.If ACPI not found under power it could also be under Advanced tab. Did you install any new hardware?.The hardware might be non ACPI compliant hence the error.

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This errror coming from motherboard because your BIOS version is different as compare with new version, so download new BIOS for ASUS Intel 815E Chipset CUSL2-C from web site of ASUS there is detailed step of How to upgrade BIOS, you can upgrade BIOS by creating Bootble Disc otherwise you can Upgrade from OS.
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Upgraded mem.now mon pc dont shut off fan con to run


Computer doesn’t power down when users shut down
In some cases, Windows XP’s Setup program can misidentify the power management scheme in a computer’s BIOS as Advanced Power Management (APM) instead of Advanced Configuration Power Interface (ACPI). When this happens, users will notice that the computer no longer automatically powers down when they shut down Windows XP. Instead, they’ll see the message It Is Now Safe To Turn Off Your Computer and be forced to manually press the power button to turn off the computer.

You can verify this problem by checking the power management configuration in two places—Device Manager and the Control Panel. To quickly access Device Manager, select Start | Run, type Devmgmt.msc in the Open text box, and click OK. When you see the Device Manager window, locate and open the System Devices item. If Setup identified the system as having an APM-compliant BIOS, it will be listed as a Standard PC in the System Devices tree. (If it were identified as having an ACPI-compliant BIOS, you would see it listed here as a Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System.)

To check the power management configuration in the Control Panel, open the Control Panel from the Start menu. If the system is using Category View, select Performance And Maintenance and then click the Power Options icon. If the system is using Classic View, just click the Power Options icon. If Setup identified the system as having an APM-compliant BIOS, you’ll see an APM tab in the Power Options Properties dialog box. (If the system were identified as having an ACPI-compliant BIOS, you wouldn’t see an APM tab.)

You may be able to fix this problem with a BIOS update. To begin, check with the computer manufacturer’s Web site to see if it’s providing the latest BIOS update. If you’re troubleshooting an off-brand computer, you may be on your own as far as tracking down the BIOS update. Here’s how.

Once you obtain and install the BIOS update according to the manufacturer’s instructions, you must perform what I call a Refresh Installation, in which you reinstall Windows XP on top of an existing Windows XP installation. You must perform this reinstall operation because the power management features are tied to a special power management Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL). During the Refresh Installation procedure, Setup will completely redetect all installed hardware, including the updated BIOS, and rebuild the power management HAL as well as the part of the registry in which information about the installed hardware is stored.

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Enter you bios & disable ACPI. Restart the system. Than update your windows. There should be an update for ACPI through Microsoft update service. Once installed restart your system & enter into your bios. Now enable ACPI. Save & exit the bios.
If this does not help you can try the work around found on Microsoft's web site. See the link provided;
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314830

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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."

RESOLUTION
Manually install the Standard PC hardware abstraction layer (HAL):
1. Reboot the computer to restart Setup.
2. When Setup starts again, press F7 when you see the "Press F6 if you need to install a third-party SCSI or RAID driver" screen.
Windows automatically disables the installation of the ACPI HAL and installs the Standard PC HAL. You should also contact the manufacturer of your computer to obtain a BIOS that is fully ACPI compliant

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The ACPI BIOS in this system is not flly compliant with the


Hey there,

You havnt specified your problem clearly.

If ur motherboard is not compatible with the hardwre then u dont have to worry about it. Try upgrading ur M/B Bios. with latest version. This BIOS (*.ROM) fie u'll get on ur M/B manufacturer site. Type ur model no in the search pane of that site and provide the Model no of ur mother board.

Read the M/B manual to upgrade your BIOS.

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BIOS has no upgrade for VISTA to be installed. Contact the manufacture to write on update BIOS for that computer or motherboard as the case may be.

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