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Bios not acpi compatible

I have a ga-6vx motherboard computer when i want to install win xp it dose not accept giving a message that the bios is not acpi compatible. how do i upgrade the bios and where do i find free upgrades, the bios is v4.51pg award modular s/n 147557559 1998.

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    i have a intel dg31pr motherboard computer when i want to install win vista it
    dose not accept giving a message that the bios is not acpi compatible.
    how do i upgrade the bios and where do i find free upgrades

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Please send me Award Modular Bios V4.51PG please
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Hi zedy, you're bios is not compatible with ACPI. Toy understand this better read the Microsoft web site link posted below.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314088
You can try to fix this by upgrading you're bios software. Click on the link for bios upgrades for you're board Gigabyte GA-6VX.
http://www.giga-byte.com/Support/Motherboard/BIOS_Model.aspx?ProductID=1523

Good Luck!
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If I can help you further, feel free to post.
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Please let me know if this got you're system running without the blue screens?
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