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Why ACPI not supported by upgrade to windows 7

Start to upgrade to windows 7 but gives error report acpi not supported. When I look in bios,acpi is standby and can't be changed. What can I do so windows 7 can be installed? Wondows xp service pack 2 is installed now. I allready put in 2gb memory. Thanx

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Acpi is supporrted by win 7 just make sure ist on in the bios and download acpi driver from the motherboard factory


Microsoft ACPI Driver Windows 7 Service batcmd com

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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

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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

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SOURCE: manufacturer-spplied hardware support disk

go into bios setup when booting computer at the first screen press the del key or f2 or f10 or check bottom left of screen for how to enter bios.
When in bios check to see what key to press to set it to default.
this may fix it

Posted on Jul 28, 2008

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SOURCE: bios not acpi compatible

please send me Award Modular Bios V4.51PG please
my e-mail a7med_al3rgy@yahoo.com

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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SOURCE: BIOS UPGRADE

what make and model is the PC?
if you have the hard drive cd from the manufacture then you should be able to install it.
you need to hit F6 during bootup, when you install the Windows Xp from a CD watch it very carefully, during the first few seconds. the bootup will ask for additional hard drive driver. that is when you hit F6 and follow the instruction. don't do anything till it ask for it.

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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