Trying to install a 512 MB 400 MHz DDR Dimm module in my A7M266 Asus
board, to replace a 256 MB 256 MHz DDR. It boots up in Windows 2000,
but after the start screen, I get the infamous blue screen with an error
that the ACPI BIOS is not compatible with the ACPI specification. Is
the problem due to using
too fast a chip? The 512 appears to have the same chip layout as the
old 256 module.
- Re: DDR problem
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... Windows is reporting errors in bios. ... 317513 Error Message: ACPI BIOS Is Attempting to Write to an Illegal IO Port ... >lead to system instability. ...
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... ACPI BIOS Is Attempting to Write to Illegal IO Port Address ... Windows XP - Shell/User ... Protect your PC! ... "Dimitrios" wrote in message: ...