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It's definitely not a virus.  BIOSes tend to use incorrect table signatures or completely corrupted tables to hide specific ACPI tables when you select such behavior in the BIOS Setup.  For example, if you disable the HPET table -- although in your case HPET is enabled ;)  Of course it could also be due to a BIOS bug, but such bugs fortunately doesn't cause any actual issues.

 


Regards,

Fiery

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