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Trying to install Vista Home Premium "Help!"
I ran the advisor and it said I can install vista but after putting in the
upgrade disk and choosing install the install thinks for a minaut than
reports my PC is not ACPI complient. My computer driver in device manager is
set to standard PC, my bios is set to ACPI aware OS...... Help
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RE: Trying to install Vista Home Premium "Help!"
By the way my PC is less than a year old.....

"jxderezi" wrote:

> I ran the advisor and it said I can install vista but after putting in the
> upgrade disk and choosing install the install thinks for a minaut than
> reports my PC is not ACPI complient. My computer driver in device manager is
> set to standard PC, my bios is set to ACPI aware OS...... Help

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RE: Trying to install Vista Home Premium "Help!"
I may have had the ACPI setting turned off when I installed my WIN XP.

"jxderezi" wrote:

> I ran the advisor and it said I can install vista but after putting in the
> upgrade disk and choosing install the install thinks for a minaut than
> reports my PC is not ACPI complient. My computer driver in device manager is
> set to standard PC, my bios is set to ACPI aware OS...... Help

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