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IF U HAVE WINXP OPERATING SYSTEM TRY TO BOOT THE PC WITH THE CD AND SELECT THE REPAIR OPTION THIS WILL INSTALL THE MISSING FILE AND THE PROBLEM WILL BE SOLVED OR IF U HAVE ANY OTHER OPERATING SYSTEM THE BOOT THE PC WITH THAT OPERATING SYSTEM AND SELECT THE REPAIR OPTION WHICH WILL SOLVE THE PROBLEM
You boot files could be damaged. Try booting up in Safe mode. To boot in to Safe Mode. Press the F8 key while booting up and you will get a list of booting options. Choose the Safe mode. If you are able to boot up in Safe mode, then the next normal boot should solve the issue.
this is a problem with the boot sector data ...the quick fix will be like this : insert the operating system disk ...and restart ...choose to boot from the disk ..if it is not set to boot from the disk as priority ...it will not ask ya to press any key to boot from the disk ...in this case you have to go to bios by pressing del or F2 on start ...and there select the cd/dvd device as primary booting device ...press f10 to save changes and reboot... it will start configuring your operating system again ....but after loading files ...when it gets to the first repair...just choose it ...(R) and it will get to a repairing sectore where it will ask for a command.. the proper command to solve your problem si : fixboot ...this wwill make it rewrite the boot sector and solve the problem ... if you do not manage ...just let it reinstall the operating system ..but save the files before in another partition ...
The new hard drive has to be formatted first, then install the operating system. It cannot find the Master Boot Record. Google Master Boot Record repair on the Microsoft Knowledge Base websiter for instructions to rebuild the MBR..
PXE means Pre Boot Execution. It means that the system is trying to boot from network. To solve this, you need to enter bios. You can do this by pressing F2 during startup. Find the section where you can change boot device order and set the first boot device to HDD or CD. save your settings, hopefully your problem will be solved