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Sexually explicit or offensive language Spam: A “normal” OEM disc is built my Microsoft. As soon as i rebooted the system it informed me of a problem with my copy of windows.
Bios update pc not booting MsdloverDec 11,in forum: You won’t be able to revert the BIOS version. Do not update the BIOS.
Jul 19, Messages: Advertisements or commercial links. Someone had done this before me. In certain cases “large” system builders tie their discs in with the BIOS string so that if the disc doesn’t see the BIOS string it expects it will not install or will not install properly. I plan to call 200arx to see if they can help. Jul 10, Messages: Track this discussion and email me when there are updates.
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You are out of luck; basically you have two choices here. Promote cracked software, or other illegal content Offensive: Only prompt I will get is c prompt. Win2kpro you are right playing with BIOS is risky. 200ar
Ok I think I have really screwed my old laptop up Gatewy arc I wanted to try to install Windows 7 on it. I have never in over a decade guided anyone on BIOS updates except to defer 200adc the maker’s instructions as one wrong move and it’s toast.
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Gateway 200ARC bios isn’t ACPI compliant … any workaround?