System CMOS/real time clock problem..

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by RazupX, Jul 3, 2011.

  1. RazupX

    RazupX MDL Novice

    Jun 27, 2011
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    i change my bios from IDE TO AHCI
    and ACPI..
    i install WIN 7 SP1 fresh install..

    my mobo is : Asus P5QL PRO
    and then in device manager i have this :

    i tired to install chipset driver and ATK0110..
    but the same problem

    how i fix it ?
    thanks..
     

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  2. RazupX

    RazupX MDL Novice

    Jun 27, 2011
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    i tired to do exactly what you say..
    remove battrey ram using jumper and all..
    im sure its because i change my bios with ACPI , AHCI..
    because its started when i do that and install windows 7..

    what to do now ?
     
  3. Opus

    Opus MDL Member

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    As far as I knowm, system clock has nothing to do with ACPI or AHCI. I can't understand Hebrew so unable to get anything. Please state your problem in a clear manner like what did you do and what has happened afterwards.
     
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  4. RazupX

    RazupX MDL Novice

    Jun 27, 2011
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    i want to install MAC and for that i need ACPI and AHCI
    so i use a modified bios for that and then change the bios settings
    IDE TO AHCI
    and i enable ACPI Support in bios.

    after all that i install windows 7 and now i have that problem..

    right now i dont have a MAC because i want fix that problem before ,
    just a fresh install windows 7.

    thanks for help !
     
  5. RazupX

    RazupX MDL Novice

    Jun 27, 2011
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    thanks for try to help dude but its dont work..
    and i tired it before..

    "i tired to install chipset driver and ATK0110.."

    its install it and then restart my computer.. and still nothing
    and i think i have ATK0110 Installed.. look

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  6. RazupX

    RazupX MDL Novice

    Jun 27, 2011
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    i fixed it by bios update ( i using 1004 modified bios and now i install original bios..)
    but i need that modified bios.. for mac

    what now ?
    thanks for everyone that try to help me !
     
  7. Opus

    Opus MDL Member

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    For Hackintosh you can use ACPI fix kext. ;) There are tons of them, pick the right one. Moreover your bios P5QL-I/SI 0408 BIOS is very much latest BIOS so it should have ACPI and AHCI support. You need to dig deeper that's all.
     
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