Question about SuperMicro H8DGUF Motherboard extended ATX AMD SR5670SP5100 Socket G34 SATA300 (RAID) (MBDH8DGUFO)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: acpi complaint - reg
Reset you BIOS to it's default. Hit Del/F1/F2/F10 or whatever key the machine prompts you when it first boots to get into system setup. Then pole around to find a restore to defaults option.
Or you may in fact have to upgrade the BIOS, what kind of system or motherboard to you have?
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
SOURCE: acpi complaint - reg
I have located some info on this board. it was released as a "Medion" board
there is some BIOS and driver stuff available HERE
http://www.medionusa.com/ and select customer care.. you need the exat model no or the serial no of the PC to continue though.
Also http://www.treiber.de/ may me of assistance as I think they are the real manufacturer but as I cannot read German I cant really be sure. they have the link to Medion on their webpage...
HIH and please post back results
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
ok, all you have to do is reset CMOS. the same thing happened to me once I tried to install windows on my supermicro board. What you have to do is load the bootable CD that came with the board and follow the instructions in your book.
What happens is that windows does not have the drivers for the supermicro RAID and SATA components. The board will recognize these on it's own until you go to install windows improperly. Windows does not have the drivers for those, realizes it, and says "Windows has stopped to prevent damage" but it does it anyway. Just clear CMOS, read the book with the board on how to install an OS, and try again.
Clearing CMOS: This can be done by taking out the 3.5v watch battery you see on the board for about 5 minutes. Another and riskier way is to clear CMOS by shorting the pads. On a diagram of your board, you should see CMOS Clear. Find those two pads on you board in that general area from the diagram. You'll know you've found it because the board has CMOS Clear printed near them. Just touch them with a screwdriver for 5-10 seconds. CMOS should be clear and ready to start new.
WARNING! Be careful when clearing CMOS with the pads, if you stick the screwdriver in the wrong place, you could damage your board. Be sure to unplug your power supply before working on your machine (I'm sure you know this.) and be sure to get the correct drivers for windows this time! Oh, and rechange any settings you changed in CMOS since it has been reset to the factory defaults.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
SOURCE: ACPI is not a compliant
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;
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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