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My pc had a blue screen that said my bios may not be acpi compatible i restarted and the pc is now caught in a boot loop

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Upgrading the bios it will not fix the issue ..cause the blue-screen is either a unsupported setting or..it is a operation system issue ..So ..if you get the blue-screen when you boot up ..and does not let you to get into bios..It may be the ACHI (not acpi ..cause the acpi is the power management ) being enabled and not having the driver installed..and in this mode will not be able to boot and will give you that blue screen ..
To fox it ..just go to bios ..and look for the hard disk ..and in teh same category you will see the achi function ..and just disable the mode..and let it run as IDE..This way it will boot fine ..
Indeed the achi mode for a hard disk bus..is faster and if you do want to use it ..try to boot without the achi enabled..and install the achi driver in the system ..and after that enable it again and see if it works..
If it still does monkey business than it will have to be reinstalled ..and if you still want achi for hdd mode..you have to install the driver during the installation progress..as a 3rd party driver ..
In short ..try to make it run ..and do not mess with the BIOS ..cause you may end up with a broken laptop ..

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When I format the hdd and installing win xp sp2 Blue screen keeping reporting tha the bios is not fully acpi compatible and I'm unable since to get it done


im sorry there is no one answer to this problem a couple of possible solutions are to 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.

you could have a bad stick or sticks of ram


or you need to flash/update you bios


or you need to clear the cmos [removal of battery or a jumper switch depending on your mobo]

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If the blue screen appers when you boot up ..right after the windows screen is on ..and shuts it down ..than you have to get to BIOS settings ..and change the hard disk bus mode.. from raid or ahci ..into Ide compatible ..or native mode.. or sata as ide...depending on what you have available ..and after that save changes with f10 and restart ..It will boot up fine ..
After you get in windows you can install raid and ahci drivers and try to see if will work in the initial mode ..by changing back ..but if it does not work ..let it be ..and use it in ide mode..It not that mush difference anyway ..

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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.
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I need to disable tha acpi on an acer travelmate 529tx but i don't know how to do it. i am trying to install xp after a failure. i get bsod and says to press f7 when i install storage drivers but i need a...


I have seen on many forums that ACPI makes a lot of troubles to a lot of users under Windows. I will try to explain several things about ACPI and I hope that you will be able to solve your problems after you read this article. I cover only most encountered issues, but always there is a choice even if it's called ACPI disable.:)
The computer ACPI support is detected in the setup stage, but there are less frequent cases when ACPI is not detected and the Standard PC HAL is installed. If you want to force the installation of the ACPI HAL:
1. At the blue screen of the Windows XP setup when it prompts you to press F6 for additional mass storage devices press F5 and you will have a list of options.
2. Choose the proper HAL for your machine remembering that there are also different HALs for multiprocessor machines.
3. Complete the setup, go to Setup / Control Panel / System / Hardware / Device Manager / Computer. If you have listed the Advanced configuration and Power Management (ACPI) the process was completed successfully.
Warning: You can do the same thing if you don't want to install ACPI and your BIOS doesn't support ACPI disable setting. Just choose the Standard Computer HAL from the list of options.
Another method to disable ACPI is:
  • wait for the text-phase of XP setup to complete
  • before XP Setup Wizard to load, boot into DOS and change ACPIEnable = 0 from ACPIEnable = 1 in file c:\txtsetup.sif
The reason why ACPI is not installed on a computer with known ACPI compatibility may be a Microsoft known subtle incompatibility which can lead to hardware instability. In the installation step Windows XP checks the BIOS compatibility with ACPI and the BIOS presence on a known bad list. If the BIOS is there ACPI is not installed. Of course than errors can occur so you can force the ACPI installation (not recommended).

Try disabling it in the BIOS first, this can not be done on a computer with the operating system already installed as it will cause the machine to stop. MUST be done when you initially install the OPERATING SYSTEM.
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