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Posted · Original PosterOP

I just bought a Ryzen 2200G, MSI B450M Mortar and 2x4G HyperX DDR4 for my dad to use as HTPC but I'm getting ACPI error when I try to install windows.

 

Do I have a bad motherboard or do I need to update the bios? Do I have bad RAM? How can I fix this?


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Which version of Windows are you trying to install?  ACPI errors most likely refer to power management problems so what I would do first is to make sure that all your equipment is installed correctly with the correct power cords connected such as the 4, 6, or 8 pin power connector on the GPU.  Is the PSU powerful enough to handle all of your equipment?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 hours ago, kb5zue said:

Which version of Windows are you trying to install?  ACPI errors most likely refer to power management problems so what I would do first is to make sure that all your equipment is installed correctly with the correct power cords connected such as the 4, 6, or 8 pin power connector on the GPU.  Is the PSU powerful enough to handle all of your equipment? 

 

I am trying to install Windows 7 from a flash drive, but it failed from DVD as well. The PSU is a Seasonic X-400FL powering 1 SSD, 2 HDD, 1 Bluray Disc Drive. It should be more than adequate.


[Case] Phanteks Eclipse P400S TG || [CPU] i7 3770 @ 4.1 GHz - 1.14V || [Cooler] Zalman CNPS9900MAX || [Mobo] MSI Z77A-GD65 || [RAM] 16GB Hyper-X 1600 MHz

[GPU] Geforce GTX 1080 ROG STRIX 8GB || [Sound] Asus Xonar DGX || [SSD] 3x 128GB Crucial M4 (Raid 0) || [HDD] 3TB Seagate 7200 || [PSU] Corsair AX850

[Display] Dell U2715H @ 2560x1440 || [Mouse] Razer DeathAdder || [Keyboard] IBM Model M (modded) || [Speakers] 2.1 Logitech Z-3 || [Fans] 3x 120mm Thermaltake Riing Plus RGB

 

Theater Room - My 11.1 Home Theater

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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 hours ago, kb5zue said:

Which version of Windows are you trying to install?  ACPI errors most likely refer to power management problems so what I would do first is to make sure that all your equipment is installed correctly with the correct power cords connected such as the 4, 6, or 8 pin power connector on the GPU.  Is the PSU powerful enough to handle all of your equipment?

I just updated the bios and it seems to have fixed the issue. However now it kills the mouse/keyboard on the windows install screen yet they work in the bios. Any suggestions?


[Case] Phanteks Eclipse P400S TG || [CPU] i7 3770 @ 4.1 GHz - 1.14V || [Cooler] Zalman CNPS9900MAX || [Mobo] MSI Z77A-GD65 || [RAM] 16GB Hyper-X 1600 MHz

[GPU] Geforce GTX 1080 ROG STRIX 8GB || [Sound] Asus Xonar DGX || [SSD] 3x 128GB Crucial M4 (Raid 0) || [HDD] 3TB Seagate 7200 || [PSU] Corsair AX850

[Display] Dell U2715H @ 2560x1440 || [Mouse] Razer DeathAdder || [Keyboard] IBM Model M (modded) || [Speakers] 2.1 Logitech Z-3 || [Fans] 3x 120mm Thermaltake Riing Plus RGB

 

Theater Room - My 11.1 Home Theater

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