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Windows 7: Resolving ACPI Issues


28 Aug 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Resolving ACPI Issues

Hey guys,

I'm just here to make sure I'm doing everything right. I read up on some other people having ACPI issues with their computers, and I ended up with some the on 8/26. At first, it was just crashes, but it got to the point to where I had nothing but ACPI compliance BSODs. I read on here that some guy reinstalled from XP to Win 7 x64 and had no problems, so I'm doing that now in hopes of the same resolve. I've also read where a guy had issues with his M-Audio drivers and that it was causing all the issues.

Going back to my thoughts, the last drivers I installed were drivers directly from MSI for my Big Bang x58 motherboard. It also installed the Utilities they have with it, which may need to be considered.

Is there anything else I should consider doing while I install? I already updated the BIOS, so that's out of the way. I checked my memory already, so they are good to go. Anything I missed?

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28 Aug 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Great. While installing XP, I got a Memory_Management Bsod. I'm guessing I need to run memcheck?
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