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not ACPI compliant

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by dorideacowboy197, Jul 29, 2006.

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  1. dorideacowboy197

    dorideacowboy197 Thread Starter

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    how do i get my computer ACPI compliant I have only 326128 kb ram there are two slots for ram as of now one has a 256 the other 128 I removed the 128 and put in a 256 that my friend gave me and the computer said that i was not ACPI compliant the computer then said hardware update or f7 I have no money to buy hardware is there some way to say download a program that will update the bios any help would sure be kind thank you now that there is comcast high speed on my computer it just is not fast anough
     
  2. buck52

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    Wow...

    That is quite a post... I'm sorry to say I'm worn out just trying to read it...

    buck
     
  3. dorideacowboy197

    dorideacowboy197 Thread Starter

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    I dont know all the tech terms maybe i should jet help with just how to post lol
     
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    If you get that error on a bluescreen then that means the RAM you were given is either not compatible with your computer or its faulty. Remove it and put back the 128MB stick and you should be fine.
     
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