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Windows 7: BIOS is not ACPI compliant BSOD (0x000000A5) while installing

15 Feb 2020   #11

W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring


Been hunting around seems like your F13 and the F15a bios choices for this option are hidden setting

It would therfor require a Bios mod to unlock them.


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15 Feb 2020   #12

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Vista x64 / 7 X64

This driver also can work on laptops,but bios from the laptops must support csm and fully acpi.

It will depend on your bios.

You can try the drivers. Maybe it will work.

If it doesn't work, you could ask at win raid if they can help with a bios mod.

You can integrate the drivers into the install.wim ( image 3 for professional) using dism++.

Then it is easier to use win10 bootable media to apply the image 3 from install.wim to the hard disk.

Here is win10 bootable media you can use

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mahaju View Post
I had a look at that forum post and but I am not sure what exactly it is that I have to do next

Since my motherboard is 85EA and processor is 3200U, does that mean his drivers are not for me?
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