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If you are not booting from a network, PXE-boot is the wrong boot option.
You have to change the boot order so that the PC will boot from your HDD. This can be set in the boot option in your BIOS.
Depending on the type of BIOS, you will enter F2 or Delete during the POST( when the white letters appear on the screen after you turned it on). This will enter you into the BIOS setup. boot options are usaully the last tab. Either disable the PXE-boot or change the priority so that it boots from the HDD first. Please, if you are unformiliar with this, reference the manual or ask someone with some IT background.
If the problem still exists after you configured the boot options your hard disk drive might not be readable. The BIOS just goes to the next availible boot device.
There's something very wrong with the boot order from your pc: apparently now it's set to boot from network - something that is done only in network servers. This happens when the BIOS battery (or the BIOS chip itself) start failing - it's time to start saving for a new pc, this motherboard has started to show signs of old age.
Enter the BIOS and set a new order: put the cd first, then the hard disk second and finally disable all the others. Save, exit and it should boot just fine
ii think its a virus, nothing else. if its a virus u will also notice that your PC has become much slower than before, the thing for u to do is doa virus check and if u wanna be even more safe you gotta reinsatll ur OS and format ur HDD.
hope i helped, thanks, bye.
32.dll is not a windows file,Is any file name written before the 32?
If not it is probably part of a virus that was not completely removed.
If you can log in to windows,do a search for 32.dll and delete(DO NOT DELETE IF ANYTHING IS WRITTEN BEFORE 32)
If you can't log in,You may need to do a fresh install.