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Microsoft ACPI compliant system? too many?

Q: Microsoft ACPI compliant system? too many?

Been trying to solve problems with my graphics card for ages think i've finally found it

in IRQs i have about 100
"Microsoft ACPI compliant system"

why do i need so many?

is this a error?

i was hoping someone would know something about these and why i have so many.

just got me worried when the list appeared with loads of them on,

system specs:-

OS: Running vista ultimate 64bit & XP Home with 2 Hardrives
Case: Coolermaster Black NVIDIA Edition Stacker 830
Power: CM Realpower 850W Modular PSU
CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Extreme Edition QX6850 3.0ghz Kentsfield
Motherbaord: Asus Extreme Sriker II 780i
Controllers: Scythe Kama-Meter Multi Functional Controller
Memory: Corsair 2GB DDR2 XMS2 Dominator PC2-8500C5 TwinX
Drive: ASUS DRW-2014L1T DVD±/RW DRIVE
Storage: 2 x Samsung SpinPoint T 160GB SATA-II
Sound: Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeMusic 7.1 Sound Card
Graphics: 512MB BFG Tech 8800GTS

hope someone can help.

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A: Microsoft ACPI compliant system? too many?

That is not a normal thing imo.

In Bios;

Make sure your Advanced setting for Plug and Play OS is set to Yes.

Then, under Power, set the ACPI APIC Support to Disabled for now.

Boot and see what, if anything, changes.

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/microsoft-acpi-compliant-system-too-many.109509/
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hi guys, i have a ASRock M/B and i have a unkown device, i have installed the chipset off ASRock's website. but doesnt seem to resolve it, and cant seem to actually install it,

with this in mind, my computer seems to go to sleep ok though also.

can anybody sugest where to get a driver for this at all plz?

under device Ids it comes up "ACPI\AWY0001"

A:Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System - K10N78

Try the somewhat newer (by close to 2 years newer) chipset driver directly from Nvidia,

NVIDIA DRIVERS 15.56 WHQL

Also do a custom install (it should give you a selection screen where you can choose which parts to install) and don't install the bolded bits,

Ethernet Driver (v73.30) WHQL
Network Management Tools (v73.25)
SATAIDE Driver (v11.1.0.43) WHQL
SATARAID Driver (v11.1.0.43) WHQL
RAIDTOOL Application (v11.1.0.43) WHQL - these two are optional if using RAID
SMBUS Driver (v4.79) WHQL
SMU Driver (v2.08) WHQL
GPU Driver (v197.13) WHQL
PhysX (v9.10.0129)
Away Mode Driver (v6.0.6000.115) WHQL
Installer (v8.36)
May also find that after installing that it is the one highlighted in red that fixes it/makes it go away.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/180915-microsoft-acpi-compliant-system-k10n78.html
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A:Microsoft ACPI compliant system driver needs updating?

It may just boil down to permissions. Check this out, though it requires some registry editing. If you're doubtful of anything or have any hesitation, don't do it.
 
However at the moment, it's all that I can find, will post if a simpler option is found.
 
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/aaron_margosis/archive/2005/02/09/370263.aspx
 
EDIT: Here's another, that may be more self-explanatory.
 
http://everydaytechstuff.wordpress.com/2011/03/31/delegating-power-options-management-to-limited-users-in-xp/
 
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http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/533450/microsoft-acpi-compliant-system-driver-needs-updating/
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So, I re-installed AMD's satanic drivers, and still had the problem. Thinking my computer just didn't want to use my card, I checked my device manager. I see the card there, however there are two unknown devices..

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A:Unknown device : Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System

(Pretty please.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/unknown-device-microsoft-acpi-compliant-system.1031356/
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A:Driver Missing for Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System

Hi: I have zipped up and attached the driver you need below. Download and unzip the file to its folder.  Do not do anything with the files in the folder. Go to the device manager and click on the ASD device needing the driver. Click on the driver tab. Click on Update Driver. Select the Browse my computer for driver software option and browse to the driver folder you unzipped. Make sure the Include Subfolders box is checked, and the driver should install. Then reboot.  

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Driver-Missing-for-Microsoft-ACPI-Compliant-System/td-p/5381602
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A:Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System driver missing W7 64

Hi .. Select the Device right click select Property's / Details Tab ... Are there any PCI VEN numbers there ? ...

http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/352154-microsoft-acpi-compliant-system-driver-missing-w7-64-a.html
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A:Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery is gone!

Welcome to sevenforums, ikim12.

Have you tried a restore point to a time before the problem?
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A:Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery - Not doing much!

Bump

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A:Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery DISABLED

It probably won't hurt anything as most Notebooks [yeah, noticed you left that little detail out of the System Specs] will run perfectly fine without the battery even being attached. Working on large products most likely are best done on AC power to avoid sudden shutdowns.

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A:Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery DISABLED

See reply to your topic. Seven Forums .
 
Louis

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/555619/microsoft-acpi-compliant-control-method-battery-disabled/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/unknown-device-on-microsoft-acpi-compliant-embedded-controller.84473/
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A:Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery is MISSING

Hello there. Can u install Everest,and go to Computer -> Summary and then from the menu Report->Quick Report-Summary and Plain Text. Then copy the text to Debug - PCI.

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A:Unknown Device on Microsoft ACPI Compliant Embedded Controller?!?!

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A:Non-ACPI Compliant System

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Eidolan


While attempting to install Windows 7, the setup says:
This computer is not compliant with the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) standard. Windows must be installed onto a computer that supports ACPI. Contact your computer manufacturer for a BIOS update or install Windows on an ACPI-compliant computer.

When I go to MSI's site, I can't use their Bios updating software for some reasons. Any Help?


Hi Eidolan,

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A:The bios in this system is not fully ACPI compliant

Which model 17 R (N7110, 7721, etc.)?  And which BIOS version is the system running (A06, A09, etc.)?
Both pieces of information can be found in system setup (F2 at powerup).

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A:BIOS in system not fully ACPI compliant 0xA5 during install

Oh btw it's a Lenovo U550 but I guess that not important

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A:Reinstall driver "Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery"

Hi Welcome to Seven Forums ... Have a look in Programs and Features for ePower Management ...

The Software is not on the Acer Website for your Model ..
Though i have read the Manual for your Laptop and it should have that Software ...

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hi,
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A:ACPI compliant

Have you installed any new hardware or software lately? Please make a list.

That error message probably indicated that your BIOS hardware isn't compatible with ACPI (ACPI is something that controls the electricity given to the components inside your computer (Gave me a headache reading about it, so i might not be spot-on))

Also, insclude your computer's specs please

Read about ACPI: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advance...ower_Interface

EDIT: Here's how to disable the ACPI, maybe that'll fix your problem:
You can disable acpi under power management in the bios. It's usually on the top line, and you just hit enter and change from enable to disable. When you do, windows will reconfigure your operating system, and you may have to reload some drivers.

Good Luck!

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A:ACPI Compliant help

You need a BIOS update, which you should be able to get from your PC or motherboard manufacture's website.

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/acpi-compliant-help.109426/
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A:acpi compliant

Make sure ACPI is enabled in BIOS and that you have the latest BIOS version update.

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A:Computer not ACPI compliant

My first thought is to reset the bios.
It's a nforce motherboard it supports acpi, and shouldn't require any third party drivers or anything fancy.

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A:This bios is not Acpi compliant

You aren't the first person to have an issue with that motherboard. Have you seen this?

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A:Not fully ACPI compliant.

Some responses from around the web

Don't have floppy first in boot order, set cdrom first.
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Disable Legacy USB Support in bios.
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A:BIOS not Fully acpi compliant

Server is not really designed to run a laptop.

Also, you neglected to tell us what laptop you have, the exact model and service tag would be useful.

BIOS updates are release all the time for add features, fix bugs, add new support for hardware, or change the system behavior. There is always some risk in updating the BIOS because if it goes wrong you can end up with a dead brick.
 

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A:Help.....ACPI Bios Not fully compliant??

I would suggest contacting the manufacturer of either the motherboard or the computer about a BIOS update. They will provide you with proper instructions and the proper programing to flash the BIOS. One thing please follow the instructions very carefully this is a very dangerous procedure one mistake and your system will not bootup again.
 

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A:Help.....ACPI Bios Not fully compliant??

Those are your drivers missing.

Get the driver from here. www.driversguide.com

Thats why you cannot get online becuase your Ethernet card/ port does not have the drivers installed.
Is this onboard ethernet or a PCI?
 

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Hit F7 during new install and still get blue screen error.
Any suggestions?
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A:error 0x-000000A5 ACPI not fully compliant

See A5, left column at http://www.aumha.org/a/stop.htm.I suppose that I would check for a BIOS update pertaining to that system/problem...and hope for the best.Dimension 4400 BIOS UpdateLouis

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ASUS has been off line for several days so no help there. Anywhere else I can get a updated BIOS? If that is the problem. Is there a thread somewhere this was solved?
One other thing, got the same results when I tried to install XP. Thanks

A:BIOS NOT ACPI COMPLIANT error 0x000000A5

You need to check your BIOS settings. If you need to update your BIOS, then you can likely download what you need from the ASUS website. What you described is typical of incorrect BIOS settings. If the BIOS settings were correct, I think you'd be able to do the clean install regardless of a BIOS update.

I think you should delete all the partitions and let the Win 7 install do the partitioning and formatting. The Win 7 install will give you the opportunity to select what size partitions you desire.

What are your BIOS options?

Regards

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A:Win 8.1 to 7 downgrade bios not fully acpi compliant

Quote:
Have been told to install with a dvd but havn't tried this yet.


Installing from DVD is less likely to solve the issue.I would suggest carefully reading the below tutorial and follow instructions as a first step.

Downgrade Windows 8 to Windows 7

Usually most of the Dell machines are downgadable if correct BIOS settings are applied.

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My notebook is a gateway 3522gz, 1.6 pentium m, 512, plenty of hardware.
I had beta 1 (build 5112) running fine on it last month with only minor driver problems
that I sorted out.

I opened up the notebook and pulled the cmos battery, resetting the bios to see if
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I also know my DVD is good, I tried it on some other machines to check on that, ran
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Any ideas?

A:"not fully ACPI compliant" message during install

Update:

I pulled the notebook's hard drive and attempted to use another computer
to do the install. It got all the way through and gave me a desktop.
I put the hard drive back in the laptop and same blue screen.
crap.

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If i push the reset button on my case, the same thing happens. But if i turn off my power supply then turn it back on and boot, everything is fine.

Not sure if this has anything to do with it, but around the time it started doing this I was having trouble installing flash player and had to disable my norton 360 in order to get it to install.

Since it is fine after a power supply shut down, it makes me think that it is not doing something properly during shutdown.....

Has anyone encountered this problem or know a fix?

A:Not ACPI Compliant? blue screen mystery

This sounds like a bios problem to me. Have been to your motherboards site and tried to obtain a new bios for you PC ?

Have a read here first on how to do it and then follow the link at the bottom to your bios make sure you choose the correct one.


Desktop Boards — BIOS update instructions



Steve

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A:DC7800 cmt BIOS not fully ACPI compliant win 7

Go into the BIOS and make sure ACPI is enabled. If that doesn't work, you may have to roll the BIOS back to the older version. Check with the motherboard manufacturer's website to ensure they have an updated BIOS that will work with ACPI. Because ACPI handles power management and Plug and Play devices, that's why your video cards no longer work.

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Hello

When you check Microsoft updates you will see several optional updates for WLAN card, LAN card, Synaptics TouchPad and c64 ACPI....
I don't want to do any updates for these devices because all tested drivers are installed and this update can change something and maybe make some problems.
I have removed check mark in front of these update options. In my opinion you should do the same.

If notebook runs well (all listed components) you don't need such updates.

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MDRROBO

A:PC Won't Boot - BSOD - Bios not ACPI compliant

When you boot, try to get to the Safe Mode menu.Near the bottom of the listings there will be an option to "Disable automatic restart..."Select that, then attempt to boot to Windows - the blue screen will come up and stay up then (you'll have to hold the power button down to restart the computer.Here's a link that describes the info we'll need from the Blue Screen message: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/top...tml#entry409491

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A:bios not fully acpi compliant stop error

As a test, can you enter into the BIOS, set the SATA controller mode to AHCI and try it again?

If it work, we will pay attention to the boot time later.

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A:[SOLVED] ACPI compliant error while trying to install Windows 7

Hi shewillnotdie,

It is telling you that either the hardware or the BIOS version is incompatible with the Windows installation you're trying to do. I'm not aware of the specific error codes and didn't find a list of them on Microsofts site either.

After a quick look at the specifications of that laptop, I'm afraid it does not meet the requirements for Windows 7.

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http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/solved-acpi-compliant-error-while-trying-to-install-windows-7-a-595117.html
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A:Error Message: BIOS not fully ACPI Compliant

With that old of a system, I would think you have something failing ie mb, hard disk, etc.

Have you done any maintenance to the system ie cleaned with a can of air, defraged, etc?
 

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A:Blue screen appears say BIOS not fully ACPI compliant what should i do?

Hi rence.slvdr -First, have you changed any settings (BIOS or otherwise) or do you think it may be an infection.Next can you please download BlueScreenView to help us to check your problem (if you can access the internet).If internet is a problem, then it can be loaded to a good working computer and transferred with a USB flash drive.http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.htmlUnzip the downloaded file and double click on BlueScreenView.exe to run the program.when scanning is done, go to EDIT - Select AllGo to FILE - SAVE Selected Items, and save the report as BSOD.txtOpen BSOD.txt in Notepad, copy all of the content, and paste it into your next reply Thank You -

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A:BIOS not ACPI compliant during installation, Windows 7, Asus X751MA

Hello and welcome to the seven forum, please follow these instructions and a BSOD Expert will look at your info and will help you.

Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions

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A:Microsoft ACPI-Complient System [Over 100 of them]..

bump, i'd like to figure this out

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*** STOP: 0x000000A5 (0x0000001D,0x00000000,0x00000000)

A:ACPI compliant error while trying to install Windows 7 on DELL inspiron N4050

 If it doesn't show anything it has hardware related issues.

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I keep getting the famous,

The Bios in this system is not fully ACPI compliant. Please contact your system vendor for an updated Bios. 0x00000045 error

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A:[SOLVED] Out of nowhere, now get "BIOS not fully ACPI compliant" blue screen

You should only use RAM that is in matched pairs with the installed RAM. See if this helps: "Stop 0x000000A5 the ACPI BIOS in the system is not fully compliant with the ACPI specification" error message when the computer resumes from hibernation

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/solved-out-of-nowhere-now-get-and-quot-bios-not-fully-acpi-compliant-and-quot-blue-screen-694714.html
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The second one attempts a boot and either hits BSOD or comes back to the Error Recovery screen.

The system has been running for almost three years, no new software installed, though there is the occasional Acrobat or Java update or whatever. System Vendor (Lenovo) does not list an update for the BIOS.

Ugh. I can't think of any solutions that aren't a few full days of dealing with formatting disks and rebuilding the OS. Help!

A:BSOD at boot says "...not fully ACPI compliant" but worked before

I think you are facing a stop 0xA5, ACPI_BIOS_ERROR.

That is a problem relating to the BIOS, as a whole. But, depending on the parameters the generating cause may be different.

Can you post a camera snap of the blue screen so that we can see the parameters?

Also, boot into the BIOS, set it to default.

Finally, let us know which motherboard do you use.

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Hello jsquareg,

USB human interface device class - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hope this helps,
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A:Are Microsoft Going To Force Windows 10 onto non-compliant Satellite L830-16W

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A:Express-compliant system problem please help

"(i got two sticks both 256 shouldn't i have 512?)"...

Your motherboard is taking some memory for the on-board video. What is your motherboards model number? The "new" PCI video card should work though. Remember to disable the on-board video before you install the new video card. It wouldn't hurt to bump the memory to 1GB
 

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A:Solved: Office 2003 - Letter from Microsoft stating to be "compliant" we HAVE to upgrade SP?

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Hey on my xw8400 I got the same issue. No lockups though. I am on vista 64 bit business this started happening after the bios update. version 2.35.
You should contact hp and let them know about your problem
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Press F7 when prompted to install storage drivers.

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A:acpi.sys causing high cpu usage (System Interrupts)

You can get them at ebay and best buy amongst other places like 8-20 bucks. Also consider getting a manual tester if you want real accurate readings but it is far more complx than just pluggin it into a device and looking for a green light.
Tom

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its the power management program from toshiba that you need.. im not sure if its OS independant but theres a power saver for windows xp on the drivers list..

im definatly sure it has something to do with the power management

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A:[SOLVED] bios in this system is not acpi complaint when i install fresh windows 7

Are you using the restore partition or a Win7 disk?
See if you have the factory restore partition still intact by following the instructions here> Restoring Your Dell Computer to Original Factory Installation with Dell DataSafe Local Backup 2.0 | Dell

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A:AMLI: ACPI BIOS (illegal address range) and System Errors

it is recommended that u update your bios.
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but i hold no guarantee there own't be any problem coming up.
so far i had is, on some machine it won't poweroff but stay at the "your computer is now safe to shutdown"

o'wise try update ur bios.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/amli-acpi-bios-illegal-address-range-and-system-errors.293572/
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anybody have an answer?
 

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A:APCI-Compliant/Windows 7

Welcome!

Can you rule out the possibility of bad slots? Try installing the RAM in the 2 slots you don't normally use, and boot up.

http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/61371-apci-compliant-windows-7-a.html
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A:SEC Compliant E-Mail Archiving

Symantec has Advisor mail which seems to cover quite a bit AdvisorMail

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/sec-compliant-e-mail-archiving-746105.html