Is it possible to have a non-ACPI BIOS?
It is possible to have BIOS that are NOT ACPI compliant. The ACPI Bios on this system is not fully compliant. Please read the readme.txt file for possible solutions or contact your system vendor for an updated BIOS. To resolve this behavior, contact your computer manufacturer for a BIOS that is fully ACPI compliant.
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Why am I getting an ACPI error when I install Windows 10?
You are installing Windows 10 or other operating systems – ACPI BIOS error usually occurs when you are trying to install the system. When that actually happens to you, you should check your BIOS settings and change the corresponding settings before you start installing Win10 again.
Why am I getting an ACPI BSOD error in Windows 7?
You are using Windows 8 and Windows 7 – Apart from Win10, users running other systems like Win8 and Win7 also reported ACPI_BIOS_FATAL_ERROR. You are resuming PC after a period of hibernation – If you have made some changes to your PC during hibernation, for example adding RAM, you will get ACPI BSOD error after resuming it.
Is there a problem with the BIOS in Windows 10?
Many Windows 10 users reported that their PC encountered ACPI BIOS error problem on blue screen. Yes, Windows 10 ACPI BIOS error is a typical and serious BSOD error that can be caused by many reasons. System drivers are incorrectly configured.
How do I disable ACPI on my HP laptop?
Here’s how to disable ACPI on an HP. Also, you can try to solve the problem by resetting the BIOS. Open Device Manager. Look for Microsoft’s ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery. Right click on it and select Uninstall device. Click the Scan for hardware changes button and wait. Let Windows install the new drivers automatically.
How to uninstall Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery?
Uninstall the Microsoft ACPI-compliant driver 1 Open Device Manager. 2 Look for the Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery. 3 Right click on it and select Uninstall device. 4 Click the Scan for hardware changes button and wait. 5 Let Windows automatically install the new drivers. 6 Restart the computer.