Client MAC ADDR: 00 C0 .... Guid: E0FADEF0-...... PXE-E51: No DHCP or proxyDHCP offers were received.
PXE-M0F: Exiting SiS PXE ROM. Operating System not found
This happened after I upgraded to Vista home premium from XP Pro. Saw a couple blue screens and now when I turn it on I see the above message. Does anyone know what has happened? Do I need a new hard drive?
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RESET YOUR BIOS SETTING TO DEFAULT. Your HD is OK
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hello from a few days ago I was working on my laptop and suddenly reboot. but now get a message that is: sis UNDI, PXE-2.1 copyright PXE BootROM v1.09f - ZL5_0324 Use BEV/BBS === Press <Esc> to bypass LAN check. ==== him and tried to boot from the CD drive. order to retrieve information or other cases formatting. but when the process goes to the information is not in the hard disk.
As soon as you power on your PC, start pressing the F2 key. This should bring up the BIOS (Basic Input Output Systems) screen. Make sure your Hard Drive is listed in the Boot order. Usually a CD drive is listed first, then the Hard Drive as a second boot device. If you do not see the Hard Drive listed, then it probably is bad and needs replacing. If it is listed correctly in the boot order, your Operating System has crashed, and you will need the recovery disks or the instalation disk for your Operating System (XP, Win7,etc.)
From the description it is the hard drive, remove hardware and reseat back into position, sometimes this will restart the hard drive, if no change chances are you will need it replaced, but I would suggest getting it tested first.
enter to bios setup and remove Ethernet controller from boot sequence or make it last on the list. and about operating system not found if you already use your system without problem then reinstall the system from a cd .
Your message indicates that Pxe Boot is enabled (boot from lan card), go to bios settings and from the list of first boot options, please select the hard disk (hdd) or Cd-rom as the first boot device, reboot your system and check whether this helps or not.
It is also necessary to disconnect and reconnect your dvd/cd rom's power cable and data cable.
If you don't know how to do, then just reset the bios settings to "load default" ...
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This is a normal set of messages for a computer that is configured to attempt to boot off of a network server. Most home computers and laptops don't normally do this. If you never saw this before, booting from the network is probably the last try the computer makes before giving up. Basicially it is telling you that there is no valid boot device to start the computer from. It used to use your hard drive, but now it cannot because it has been disabled in the BIOS or the hard drive has died. You can check this by hitting the key to enter the BIOS Setup program (generally F10 or Del, it tells you when it is booting up) and making sure that the system does see your hard drive properly in the BIOS and ensuring that it is either first or second in the boot order.
It was unfortunate that the chat got disconnected deu to some unknown reason. I was able to find some solutions for you, however, to follow all those steps I would need to talk to you continuously. Whenever you see me online, please initiate a chat with me and we will carry on from there.
Your laptop is trying to boot from lan because it can't for some reasons to boot normally from the hard-disk. Try to listen if when you power on the laptop the hard-disk spins or makes any noises. If not there could be a problem with the connector that links it to the mainboard. If you hear a noise or the hard-disk spins then you may have a corrupted OS (windows) or some bad sectors problems. The best way to find out would be to try to boot the laptop by using a windows instalation cd. Boot from the cd-rom and check to see if the windows installer find your hard-disk and can copy files to it.
You will need to change the boot order from bios to enable the cd-rom to boot first or enter some boot menu (if provided) and select " boot from cd-rom " or such thing.
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